3 Great Reasons to Use Mulch

Adding mulch to your gardens doesn’t just help them look great, it can help reduce maintenance, giving you more time to enjoy your outdoor space! Leaving bare soil exposed in your gardens can increase your plant’s vulnerability to stress and allow weeds taking over. But adding mulch to your gardens will help them stay healthy and looking beautiful all season long. Here are 3 great reasons why adding mulch to your gardens can save you

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Worried about your lawn during hot and dry weather this summer? Don’t be!

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

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3 Reasons to use Manderley Fertilizer on your next project

We know you’re always looking to add to your bottom line as business owners, increase customer satisfaction and earn more referrals. But, did you know fertilizer can help you check all three of those boxes? Fertilizer doesn’t just increase your average sale, it can also help keep your customers lawns from looking tired and dull, which makes you look great too. Here are three reasons to use fertilizer on your next project and help support

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Over time, your natural grass lawn can begin to look dull because of factors like weather, wear, and disease. But proper maintenance, including overseeding, will help keep your lawn healthy and looking great! Overseeding is a quick, easy, and inexpensive way to transform your lawn back into the thick, lush, green grass you desire. The cool nights and shorter days in the fall provide the ideal conditions for seed germination, making it the perfect time

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What is lawn dormancy?

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

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Is my lawn full of weeds? What you need to know about grass seed-heads

During late spring to early summer, Kentucky Bluegrass lawns may begin going to seed. You may be thinking that your lawn is being inundated with weeds but, in fact, these are just seed-heads, a natural occurrence for about a month in the lifecycle of your Kentucky Bluegrass lawn. Grass going to seed is a natural process and is actually a good sign the plant is healthy and growing well. If you’re concerned about the state

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Lawn Care Tips for Canadian Winters

Canadian winters can be unpredictable to say the least and may expose your lawn to some harsh conditions during the cold weather months. But you don’t have to let the time and money you spend each summer maintaining your lawn go to waste because of tough winter weather. There are things you can do during the cold and snowy months to help ensure you enjoy a healthy green bed of grass once spring returns. Here

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Fertilize your lawn to keep it looking great!

While lawns, especially those made up of drought tolerant grasses, can thrive in hot periods and without much water, soil health is one ingredient for a healthy lawn that can never be overlooked. Most of the time, soils found in new housing developments lack tilth, nutrients and have little organic material or biological activity. This is hardly the best conditions for starting a new lawn or garden. Even healthy soils can naturally develop nutrient deficiencies

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Save time pulling weeds when you overseed!

Let’s face it, nobody likes pulling weeds. It’s a time consuming and back breaking task, and likely not the way you envision spending your limited free time outdoors. But there are a few things you can do, like overseeding your lawn, to protect against the emergence of unwanted plants and help ensure you can spend less time pulling weeds, and more time enjoying your green spaces. You can improve your lawn’s health by using Manderley

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