10 Ways to Enjoy Your Outdoor Space (While Sheltering in Place)

10 Ways to Enjoy Your Outdoor Space (While Sheltering in Place)   Just because we are sheltering in place, doesn’t mean you can’t spend time …

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Happy Summer!

There is so much that goes into keeping up the appearance of your lawn. If you’re wanting to be the best lawn on the block, it requires a little extra work. We are here to offer some very simple and helpful tips that, when paired with King Green’s lawn care program, can make for an exceptional lawn!

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Spring Yard Prep: Experts Weigh in on Getting Your Yard Summer-Ready

We were thrilled when Redfin asked us to contribute to their summer-ready post. Check it out!

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Quenching the Thirst

As the summer begins to heat up and dry out, it becomes more and more necessary to monitor your lawn’s watering needs.

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We Hibernate-Fescue Lawns Do Not

They say that the squeaky wheel gets the grease – and this should be no surprise. With a few exceptions, people prefer stability over chaos. …

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Fescue & Mother Nature Winter 2016

Fescue and Mother Nature:  How they need to work together and what happens when they do not! Landscape/Lawn care is a joint effort.  There always …

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Ground Temperatures and Fescue Germination

When you say “temperature” you normally mean how cold or hot the air around you is. In lawn care we also look at the ground …

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Fescue Expectations

What to Expect from Your Fescue Lawn Spring is Fescue turf’s favorite time of year.  With about six months of root development over the winter …

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Are Mosquitoes Bugging You?

Are mosquitoes bugging you?  Not only are mosquitoes a biting nuisance, they transmit  deadly diseases as well.  Mosquitoes carry several strains of encephalitis, and heart …

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Cold Damage to Turf

This year, warm season turf has had a difficult time greening up. Clint Waltz, the Extension Turfgrass Specialist at the University of Georgia, sent an e-mail to us regarding cold damage to turf. An excerpt of his e-mail is below. This information should shed some light on your current situation if your turf is experiencing slow green up this season {May 2014}.

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