Trugreen Lawn Care Tips for Winter
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If you are a do it yourselfer like I am then you have likely battled lawn care throughout the winter months. Well, I have a confession….every year, my lawn dies. It doesn’t matter if I’m living on the east coast (like we did in 2010 and got dumped on with record breaking snow) or here in sunny southern California. I just don’t know enough about lawn care to keep it alive when the weather changes. And no one wants a beautiful Holiday light display up around dead grass and bushes. Thankfully, Trugreen has Phd-Cerfied specialists, tree and shrub care, and science based solutions. As I browsed their website I was excited to learn about these 5 Trugreen Lawn Care Tips for the Winter, as well as the plans that they have to offer for lawn care.
I love outdoor Holiday light displays, but every year our lawn and shrubs start to die off and need some help before we can hang those decorations. It’s hard to keep non-evergreen shrubs, and especially the lawn, looking their best during the cold winter holidays. Before you start hanging those holiday decorations, take a look at these 5 Trugreen Lawn care Tips for the Winter. Until viewing their informative graphic I had never heard of these tips (seriously, there’s such a thing as snow mold?!) Now that I know what a winter windbreaker is, and which plants are most prone to winter injury, I can prepare my landscaping appropriately and get that beautiful light display up!
- Mow to prevent Snow Mold
- Use winter windbreakers
- Clear away leaves
- Remove Thatch
- Trim bushes, shrubs, and trees
For more great information on how to keep your landscaping in shape this winter see the below infographic and visit Trugreen on Facebook or Twitter.
*Thank you Trugreen and Influence Central for sponsoring this post*
Rachael Wunderlich says