Dead branches and leaves in your yard aren’t just unappealing. They can also affect the overall health of your lawn.
When your car, outdoor furniture and deck are covered with a sticky substance, it isn't necessarily sap.
Mosquitoes and ticks can carry harmful diseases that afflict humans, pets and wild animals.
Between irrigation and rainfall, your lawn needs at least one to one and a half inches of water per week.
Does your lawn have what appears to be dying patches with pink or reddish fibers in them?
Brownish areas developing in your lawn could be a lack of water due to drought conditions or irrigation problems, insect issues or disease.
Cape Cod was in a “flash drought” in August.
Lawns sometimes deteriorate over a period of years.
The leaves are now turning beautiful colors, but as they fall they can become a big problem for your lawn.
Drought conditions continue to remain a problem throughout Cape Cod.
Do not wait until December to prune your roses.