When it comes to taking care of your lawn from basic mowing and trimming to full service lawn maintenance packages, you know that you can turn to the Marietta lawn care Xperts.
Weeds Taking Over Your Lawn?
With all the rain we have had the weeds are showing their ugly heads all over the place. How does your lawn look?
Now is the time to spray a post emergent herbicide to control the broadleaf weeds and all the warm season turf we have needs to be fertilized to fully come out of dormancy.
The professionals at Xpert Lawns can give you a beautiful lawn to make your neighbors envious ! Our 7 application program provides your lawn with properly timed applications of fertilizer and weed killer for great results!
A lawn that is neglected, even for a few months, can result in a weedy mess. Don’t let it get away from you and call the professionals at Xpert Lawns. We’ll be happy to help! 770-240-0920
Did you know Georgia has a garden club?
Founded in 1928. The Garden Club of Georgia, Inc., is a non-profit educational organization with approximately 12,000 members statewide.
VIsit the website for the Georgia Garden Club for information on everything green in our southern climate!
If you haven’t trimmed your Crape Myrtles yet, what are you waiting for?
If you’re in the Marietta, GA area you really want to make sure to trim your Crape Myrtles properly, you really should know as much as you can before attempting to take on the task. For example, you really should prune them fore they begin to bloom.
One of the most confounding arguments I face is whether and how to prune crape myrtles. They are mercilessly murdered by unaware landscapers and homeowners each winter… yet they still bloom in summer. Some people even believe a crapemyrtle won’t bloom unless it is severely pruned.
Here is a link to the complete article discussing proper Crape Myrtle Pruning. The website is Walter Reeves, know as “The Georgia Gardener“. This site is a great resource if you are looking for landscaping tips that are relevant to our Marietta region and climate.