Fantastic Five Spring Flowering Bulbs

Fantastic Five Spring Flowering Bulbs

Colorful masses of eye-catching spring bulbs are an easy cure for those winter doldrums. Bulbs planted in fall make dazzling beds of bright neon colors blooming from February to May. Now is the time to get to the Grass Pad for the best selection. Dutch bulbs shipped...
Best Kentucky Bluegrass Seed is Blue Wave®

Best Kentucky Bluegrass Seed is Blue Wave®

Bluegrass Makes the Best Lawn When it comes to native grasses, Kentucky bluegrass is truly Mother Nature’s Masterpiece. When left untended in the wild, this tough, productive grass will aggressively crowd out most other grass varieties, including fescues. Fifty years...
Mowing Height of Cut for Your Grass

Mowing Height of Cut for Your Grass

What Is HOC?  In reference to lawn or turf, HOC is an acronym for “height of cut”. Cool season grasses such as Heat Wave, Macho Mix, Estate Mix, Blue Wave and Stadium Special, the optimum height of cut is between 3-4 inches.  During the cooler spring and...
How Much to Water New Grass Seed

How Much to Water New Grass Seed

How Often to Water Grass Seed The age-old question comes with an age-old answer – enough so it grows! Uncle knows that’s not very helpful, so here are a few tips for making sure you water your new seed enough to see excellent results. Water Frequently and Lightly The...
How to Get Rid of Moles

How to Get Rid of Moles

What do Moles Eat? In spring, moles target earthworms as a primary food source. Spring thawing loose soils and frequent spring rains bring earthworms nearer to the surface and make a natural bounty for hungry moles. It is safe to say; the healthier yards will have...