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Keep Your Trees Evergreen with Nutri-Lawn Vancouver

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10/10/14 9:09 AM

With the winter coming and the onslaught of wind chills, you'll need to protect your trees to make sure that your landscaping stays green throughout the freezing weather. The last thing you want is a completely dry, barren lawn when April arrives. While you can't stop the grass or most of your flowers from going brown and dormant, you can keep your evergreens verdantly lively. Caring for evergreens over the winter months can be a cold task, but one that you will certainly not regret in a couple of months.

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Topics: The Grass Expert, Vancouver

How to Prepare Your Flowers for Winter

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10/10/14 9:07 AM

Preparing for winter doesn't only involve lawn care and sprinkler preparations. If you want your yard to look gorgeous in the spring, you'll also need to prepare your flowerbeds for the coming winter weather. Nutri-Lawn Ottawa landscape services will help you cultivate your flowerbeds in order to protect them throughout the cold season. Though not all of your flowers will survive to see winter, you can help the survivors prepare for winter dormancy with your Ottawa lawn care. As with any good Ottawa lawn care practices, preparing your flowers takes a combination of Nutri-Lawn Ottawa landscape services and adjustments in your daily at-home routine. Here are tips from the pros at Nutri-Lawn Ottawa to help you find the perfect combination.

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Topics: The Grass Expert, Dartmouth, Penticton, Ajax, Pickering, Kingston, Ottawa, Moncton, Nappanee, Ganonoque, Fredericton, Nova Scotia, St.John's, Abbotsford, Kelowna, Sault St.Marie, Sudbury, Barrie, York North, York South, Toronto, Oakville, Victoria, Parksville, Vancouver, Kamloops, Okanagan West, Winnipeg, Surrey, Calgary, Mississauga, Burlington, Cambridge, Woodstock, Whitby, Milton, Hamilton, Niagara, Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph, London

Clean Up Your Ottawa Lawn with Dethatching

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9/22/14 4:25 PM

Preparing your yard for fall and winter can be one of the most important Ottawa lawn care routines you do. There's no better way to have a healthy, luscious yard in spring than to begin with a lively foundation in autumn. The cold season is coming on quickly, so it's best to be as prepared as possible with your Nutri-Lawn Ottawa lawn care. If you haven't already, it's time to dethatch.

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Topics: The Grass Expert, Ottawa

Your Winterization Checklist with Nutri-Lawn Burlington

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9/22/14 4:22 PM

Winter is coming despite your best efforts to prolong summer just a teensy bit more. After a not-so-hot summer, it's no surprise that the chillier temperatures are coming on quick and steady. As the thermometer prepares to drop below 0, it's time for you to also prepare your lawn for the same. That's right folks – winter preparation for your Burlington lawn care has arrived.

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Topics: The Grass Expert, winter lawn damage, winter kill, Lawn Ice Damage, Lawn Care, What Happens to Your Lawn Durring the Winter?, Burlington

Don't Let Gypsy Moths Ruin Your Trees This Fall

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9/22/14 4:21 PM

It's that time of the year again when gypsy moths begin to take over your trees. Nutri-Lawn Vancouver understands that gypsy moths can be a huge hassle to control and prevent with your Vancouver lawn care. Fortunately, they're not impossible to eliminate. With due diligence and patience, you'll be saying goodbye to gypsy moths in no time. All it takes are some great Nutri-Lawn Vancouver lawn care services and a slightly adjusted daily routine at home. Read on to find out how to protect your trees.

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Topics: The Grass Expert, Vancouver

Nutri-Lawn has become one of the recognized leaders for lawn care in Nova Scotia

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9/15/14 2:16 PM

 

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Topics: St.John's

Congratulations to Brenda & Denis Fortin of Lucasville, Nova Scotia

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9/15/14 2:12 PM

 

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Topics: St.John's

Tips for Proper Early Fall Lawn Care in Vancouver

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9/4/14 9:47 AM

If you thought that you were done with Vancouver lawn care at the finale of summer, think again. To maintain a lawn that is healthy and happy when winter melts away next spring, you need to do a bit of prep work with early fall lawn care. A lawn that enters winter in a strong state is less likely to be vulnerable to disease, fungi, and insects over the cold season. Nutri-Lawn Vancouver services can help you ease into winter with early fall lawn care. Here are tips from Nutri-Lawn Vancouver to make sure you're thoroughly preparing your grass and soil.

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Topics: The Grass Expert, Vancouver

Learn to Love Mulch with Nutri-Lawn Ottawa

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9/4/14 9:45 AM

What do you know about mulch? Mulch is commonly used in Ottawa lawn care, but what good does it really do? You may not realize this, but the benefits of mulch are myriad, and span far beyond the aesthetic appeal. However, that all depends on the type of mulch you're using. Nutri-Lawn Ottawa promotes organic mulch, which will increase the health of your lawns and gardens. Organic mulch will supplement your Nutri-Lawn Ottawa services beautifully, so that you're getting the most out of your lawn care program. Read on to find out how.

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Topics: The Grass Expert, Ottawa

The Ins and Outs of Dethatching

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9/4/14 9:41 AM

With the upcoming autumn, there are a couple things you need to take care of in order to prepare your lawn for the cold season. Removing thatch is one of these jobs, and it's an important one. Thatch can be a challenging aspect of your yard that can, though it may appear harmless, dramatically affect your lawn in the coming months. Consider dethatching. But is dethatching always the best option for removing thatch from your Burlington turf? It depends on the yard. There are other Nutri-Lawn Burlington services that may do the job just as well.

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Topics: The Grass Expert, Burlington

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