Your QuickStart Guide to Lawn Care in Atlanta

Your lawn and landscape create the frame for your picture-perfect home. It’s the first thing people see when they drive up to your house, so you want the grass to be greener and neat and trim on your side of the fence. Fortunately, Atlanta’s climate makes it easy to grow a lush, green lawn. We […]

Lawn Mowing and Maintenance in Atlanta

You don’t have to have a gift for the obvious to know that Atlanta, Georgia, is hot and humid, and the plants grow like crazy, especially in the summer. But what you may not know is that not all grass is the same. Knowing the difference can mean you have a lush, green lawn instead […]

Atlanta Watering Restrictions

Georgia is one of the lucky ones when it comes to water. The Peach State gets about 50 inches of rain a year. While we may struggle with the humidity in the thick of summer, we don’t exactly lack for water when it comes to our yards.  That said, watering your yard is not a […]

The Worst Bugs for Atlanta, Georgia Lawns

Bugs love Atlanta. And Atlanta returns that love to some of those bugs such as the beautiful black swallowtail butterfly. But the love doesn’t extend to all insects, especially not the bugs that infest and damage your lawn. Here are the worst pests you’ll find in Atlanta. Fire Ants Say “fire ants” out loud and […]

The Worst Weeds in Atlanta, Georgia

By getting rid of nature’s invasive plants, we can reap the benefits of a healthy, green lawn. But keeping the lawn and garden weed-free in Atlanta can be challenging, especially in the warmer months. While we can’t always prevent them from spouting, we can stop them from spreading. Here are some tips for controlling the […]

Best Georgia Native Plants for Atlanta

If you really want to “go green,” the best place to start is in your garden. We’re not talking about the greenery, but rather the environmental importance of choosing native plants and flowers. Georgia native plants will thrive in Atlanta and attract the pollinators our gardens need. The best part? You don’t need a green […]