August 19, 2011 Off

Has Summer Taken a Toll on Your Greenville Landscaping?

By in Landscaping

Though we have had some rain in Greenville this summer, there are still a number of lawns that have begun to turn brown due to the heat. Don’t worry, if this is you, there are some things you can do to bring back the green to your Greenville Landscaping.

Landscaper Greenville can help you with our grounds maintenance services which includes:

  • Lawn Mowing
  • Edging
  • Weeding
  • Leaf removal in fall
  • Fertilizing lawns and shrubs and trees
  • Fungus control
  • Insect control
  • Pruning of shrubs
  • Aerating of fescue lawns in the fall

The summer can be very damaging to landscaping. Whether its the heat, increased traffic or the lower amounts of water available, the summer weather can do some damage to your lawn.

Essentially, the grass will go into a state of dormancy which causes it to look brown or dead.

On the up-side, dormancy is not dead; dormancy is a defense mechanism that grass uses to maintain life. Once the heat goes away and water is more readily available, the green color will, in most cases, come back with the right tools for help.

There can be damage sometimes in the form of brown or bare spots. A Greenville landscaper can help you fix this or you can in some cases conquer it yourself.

Summer is coming to an end and its time to start thinking about getting your lawn back in a healthy state.

Contact a Landscaper in Greenville to get tips on how you can help bring life back into your lawn.

Written by Rich Regan - Blue Dot Landscaping - Visit Website

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