Simple Tasks that Will Keep Your Yard Healthy

Keeping your yard healthy is not an overly complicated process. If you keep up with a few simple tasks you will be well on your way toward getting and maintaining a healthy yard. And, if you ever need help with the process, there are pros that can assist you every step of the way. Start out by keeping debris off of your yard. When you have that under control you can turn your focus to providing nutrition and protection to your yard. These three tasks are the basics of keeping your yard healthy.

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Reasons to Invest in Professional Gardening Services Even if You Have a Small Yard

Professional gardening services may seem like something that is reserved for businesses and people who have extremely large yards. The reality is, however, that homeowners with yards of all sizes use professional gardening services. You can benefit from professional gardening services – even if you have a small yard. There are (at least) four reasons that you should invest in professional garden services no matter what size yard you have: pests are persistent, weeds will keep coming back, tree care can be complicated, and you have other things to do.

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Keep Plant Disease Away with These Tips

Filling your garden with plants that you love requires a significant amount of time and, often, money. The last thing you want to happen is to have all of that time, effort, and money go to waste because of plant disease. Disease can develop in one plant, spread throughout your flower bed and kill off all of your plants. In order to prevent this type of disaster from occurring, you need to keep plant disease away. The top four tips for keeping plant disease away include creating a watering schedule, providing additional nutrition to your plants, eliminating parts of plants that become diseased, and hiring professional help.

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Habits That Will Keep Your Yard Looking Good

A great looking yard can be a source of pride and enjoyment. A neglected yard, on the other hand, can cause stress and dread because it represents a long list of tasks that remain undone. In order to keep your yard looking good – and avoid letting lawn tasks accumulate – you need to develop a few habits. Habits that will keep your yard looking good include pulling weeds, killing off pests, and preventing disease.

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Tips for Taking Care of the Shrubs in Your Yard

Shrubs are an important aspect of the overall landscape of a yard. Many types of shrubs are evergreen and they are often much larger than the surrounding plants. Shrubs are generally the largest plant in a yard other than the trees. Because of their size and perennial status it is important to take care of the shrubs in your yard. It is more expensive and labor intensive to replace a mature shrub that died of than it is to properly care for that shrub and protect its health. You can take care of the shrubs in your yard by keeping debris cleared away, preventing overgrowth, keeping an eye out for disease/pest activity, and by looking into deep root feedings.

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