1. Lawn Care That Can “Bug” You

    Lawn Care can be complex sometimes. It can even be counter intuitive.  Here's a great example: Bugs in your lawn can be good! They can also be very bad!  So, whats a guy (or gal) to do? Insects can do some serious damage to your lawn, but they can also be very beneficial.  The general rule when spotting a bug in your lawn is to wait.  Unless you are very well versed in lawn care and bugs, it c…Read More

  2. Cool Season Grasses and Mowing Them

    Here in the Fort Collins Co area, we have a what is called "cool season grass"  This type of lawn thrives in areas with cold freezing winters and hot summers.   Most commonly in Colorado, we see Kentucky bluegrass, and tall fescue. Sometimes the different grasses are blended. Why is this important? It is important to know what type of grass you have so you can schedule your watering and lawn mow…Read More

  3. Why Did My Grass Turn Brown?

    My grass was a beautiful green and overnight, Brown!  What happened! Ok, don't panic. This can happen depending on a number of circumstances.  Here in the Loveland / Windsor area, we have had a TON of rain recently.  Suddenly the rain stopped and the 90 degree days began. What has probably happened to your lawn is that with the consistent and heavy rain we had all spring, your root system got a…Read More

  4. When To Mow Your Grass

    We have done a lot of blogs regarding how to mow your lawn. One question that comes up often is When to mow your yard.  When is it too wet? Can it be too dry? How often should I mow my grass?  All great questions! When is it too wet to mow? Recently in the Loveland / Windsor area, we have had a TON of moisture.  So when are you ever supposed to mow your lawn? For professional mowing crews (like…Read More

  5. How To Choose A Mowing Company In Loveland Area

    I realize you may think I'm a little biased writing a blog about how to choose a lawn mowing company in Loveland CO.  I am.  There is really only one amazing, awesome, professional company out there and the name happens to be LawnPro (just kidding, there may be two) However, I do care about you and I want to be sure that you make the best decision possible when choosing a lawn care business. He…Read More

  6. Lawn Care In Winter?

    Many people take a "set it and forget it" approach to winter time lawn care. Often times this works fine but on some occasions, your lawn needs a little TLC in the winter time. If you are experiencing a particularly dry winter, be sure to water your lawn during these drought times. It won't need much because it has gone dormant, but a good sprinkle now and then will do wonders come spring. This is…Read More