After a long, cold, Canadian winter, there are so many great things to look forward to come spring; warmer weather, blooming flowers, and your lawn greening up so you can get back outside! That said, if you’ve ever experienced winterkill before, you know that your lawn may not green up perfectly each spring, with patches or streaks of dead grass where there was once a beautiful lawn. Repairing the damage of winterkill may sound like
While it’s true your lawn requires less maintenance in the winter, if you want a lawn that’s lush in the spring, you still need to give your it care and attention all year long. Even when there’s snow on the ground! There are a few things you can do this winter to help your lawn Green Up! beautifully next spring. We’ve compiled a list of Do’s and Don’ts for winter lawn care to help protect
When winter weather hits, you likely pay less attention to your lawn than any other time of the year. But, just because your grass is no longer visible, doesn’t mean it should be out of sight, out of mind. Products used throughout the winter to keep outdoor surfaces clear and safe can damage your lawn and cost you come springtime. Rock salt is a popular choice to keep driveways safe by helping melt ice buildup
Want to wake up to a beautiful, lush lawn next spring? There’s still time to get it in tip-top shape before winter arrives! Fall maintenance is an important step to ensuring your grass is prepared for the impact of cold weather stress. We’ve collected some tips below to ensure you’re giving your lawn the TLC it needs before winter is here to stay.
Rake leaves and grass trimmings from your lawn before snowfall. Unlike during
Your lawn can be resilient, strong, and full of life – but that doesn’t mean it’s outright invincible. Like any living thing, your grass has limits to how much stress and damage it can handle. To ensure you have thriving landscape this summer, we’ve compiled a list of tips to help keep your lawn happy. Your lawn will thank you! Keep your lawn at a healthy length If you mow your lawn too short, you’re
Regardless of whether you’re trying to stave off a drought or simply want to cut down on those bills, conserving water should be a top priority when it comes to summer lawn care! There are many ways to cleverly and efficiently lower your water consumption this summer, and we’ve come up with four key methods that we find work the best. Let’s look at them now: Consider How Much Water Your Lawn Needs It’s by
Summer brings with it hot and dry conditions, and you’ve probably seen some straw-like, brown lawns around your neighborhoods. You may be thinking that these lawns are dead but, in fact, they are in a state of dormancy, kind of like hibernation. Summer dormancy is your lawn’s response to the stress caused by a lack of water and essential nutrients. Grass shuts down and turns brown in order to conserve these vital resources critical to
Do you often worry about the state of your lawn during summer dry periods? We don’t blame you, if you do, but fear not… Manderley has you covered! There are many ways to ensure you have a healthy, vibrant, and resilient green space during the warmest and driest time of the year. To give some examples, we’ve come up with a few essential tips on how to encourage a lush and happy lawn that can
Rock salt is heavily used this time of year to add traction to roadways, sidewalks and driveways. But, if too much salt builds up over time on lawns and in the soil, the damage can be lasting and expensive to repair. Here are the 5 best things you can do this winter to save your lawn from salt damage this Spring.
Use physical barriers: A buildup of rock salt on your lawn can cause severe damage.
While having a lush and patchless lawn is ideal, it’s also beneficial to have one that requires minimal maintenance so you can spend your time lounging and recharging outdoors, not weeding in the hot sun. At Manderley, we understand the value of a low-maintenance lawn that balances beauty and effort. Here are our top tips on how to turn your lawn into one that is easy on the eyes – and your schedule! Drought-Tolerant Sod