Middle Tennessee Trees

Middle Tennessee Trees

Last summer’s drought conditions wreaked a lot of havoc on our plants and trees. While some plants began to show these signs immediately, other plants such as evergreens and conifers are just now showing signs of damage. Most evergreens such as Leland cypress, thuga...
2020: The Year for Your Lawn

2020: The Year for Your Lawn

If you struggled with your lawn in 2019, you aren’t alone. Many people in the Middle Tennessee area saw several turf problems last year due to the temperatures, weeds and disease in the region. But 2020 is a new year, and it’s time to take control of your lawn. With...
How to Care for Your Newly Seeded Lawn

How to Care for Your Newly Seeded Lawn

After your seeding appointment this fall, the success of your lawn depends on what happens in the next six to eight weeks. Taking care of your newly seeded lawn can be a simple process if you follow a few easy tips. 1. Watering During the first two to four weeks after...
Make Your Seeding Appointment Today

Make Your Seeding Appointment Today

Even though it’s still hot out, right now is the perfect time to start preparing for next year’s lawn. That beautiful lush Middle Tennessee lawn doesn’t just happen on its own. If you’re reading this you probably already realize it takes a lot of work to have the lawn...
Why Lawn Care Matters

Why Lawn Care Matters

For many Americans, a well-manicured, lush green lawn is the ultimate goal. But caring for your lawn can seem like a losing battle. If you have let your lawn fall to the wayside, here are some reasons you should consider bringing your yard back to life this summer. A...