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5 maintenance tips to do on your lawn in spring

Spring is a key time for your lawn since it is its wakening period. It is important for it to start its year healthy and on a good note. Warning! It is important to wait until the soil has dried before starting the following tasks. Here are tasks to complete on your lawn during spring […]

How to Keep Unwanted Critters Out of the Yard?

The end of summer is the favourite time of the year for the small wildlife such as moles, groundhogs, skunks and raccoons, digging holes about your yard. Most of the time, critters are harmless to us; yet, they can wreak havoc on a green lawn groomed to health. In this article, let us share our […]

DID YOU KNOW? 7 unheard facts you didn’t know about your lawn.

Did you know that grass often has a bad reputation? Some even consider it more polluting than beneficial. In reality, our green fields are fascinating and bring a lot of important benefits to our planet. Here are 7 unheard facts to prove it:     Grass is one of the biggest oxygen producers of the […]


Have you ever tried to mow your lawn for the first time in the spring just to realize your lawnmower wouldn’t start? Did you know this could be due to the way you stored it the previous fall? To avoid any damages to your lawnmower next spring, our experts share how to properly store your […]

How To Care For Your Lawn While On Vacation

It’s vacation time! Whether you’re going away for one week or more, your lawn will definitely not be part of the trip! Since it might miss you during your absence, it is necessary to take some precautions to ensure its well-being during your time away. In this article, we share our best tips for a […]

Dandelions: Turning Residential Lawns Into a Carpet of Yellow

Spring is the time when many gratefully welcome the return of sunny days. This also marks the return of a yellow flower, same sunny colour, different welcome, the dandelion. Dandelions Everywhere Dandelion, from French dent de lion, is a sun loving perennial and earned its name from its notched leaves resembling the teeth of a […]

Crab-grass settled on your lawn?

What Is Crab-Grass? If you have been fighting off weeds for a while, you probably have already had the chance (or the misfortune) to get acquainted with crab-grass. Crab-grass is a highly invasive weed with a knack for residential lawns. Seed germination generally occurs at the end of spring and the weed spends the first […]

Seeds or Sod, Which is Best?

Whether you want to start a new lawn or repair a damaged lawn, it all boils down to the same question: should you sow seeds or lay sod? Although sowing seeds and cultivated sods are two effective ways to get a healthy, green lawn, each has their pros and cons.   Your Time, Your Money […]

6 Backyard Tasks You Must Add to Your To-do List Before the Winter

Whether you are ready to hear this or not, winter is coming our way. As naturally as you would for your car, your clothes—and your mind! —, your lawn needs to get ready for the cold season. Here are six maintenance tasks and preventive measures to maximize your chances of getting a healthy, green lawn […]