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After a long and chilly Virginia winter, we sure are anxiously awaiting the arrival of Spring warmth. While you might be ready for the new season, are you certain your plants are also prepared? After a dormant winter, your trees and shrubs need help waking up to the warm sunny weather.
Eliminating weeds can seem like the worst chore with unsatisfying results. Yet as aggressive as they seem, weeds are simple to treat with the proper attention and treatment. If your Virginia lawn is overridden by weeds, it is not too late to take back your yard.
Cool-season grasses, such as Kentucky bluegrass, fine and tall fescues, and perennial ryegrass, look their best in cooler temperatures with plenty of moisture. Warm-season grasses, such as Bermudagrass, Zoysia grass and St. Augustine grass, thrive in warmer, drier climates.
Ticks can be found everywhere in the summer months. Whether you’re going for a long hike outdoors or simply enjoying your own backyard, ticks can cling to exposed areas of your skin as well as hide in areas that are generally covered, such as your ankles.