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Winterizer / New Lawn Starter

September Garden Calendar

Lawn Care September is the time to overseed or reseed cool-season lawns. Be sure to purchase high-quality grass seed. Lower quality seed often has weeds and undesirable perennial grasses.  For high-quality lawns that are not overseeded, the first and most…

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February Garden Calendar

Lawn Contact Tree Top to get a quote for lawn maintenance. Garden During February or early-March, start vegetable, annual and perennial seeds indoors for a head start on spring. Slow-maturing plants such as peppers, eggplants, broccoli, cauliflower, and kale should be…

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Seed Potatoes

March Garden Calendar

Lawn Stop crabgrass before it starts by applying Ferti-lome All-Season II Crabgrass and Weed Preventer to cool-season lawns from March to early-April. Do not use a crabgrass preventer if you are planning to overseed.  Spray dandelions, henbit, and chickweed in lawns with Ferti-lome…

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April Garden Calendar

Lawn Seed or Overseed cool-season lawns in the spring (late-March to April) or fall (September to late-October). Always use New Lawn Starter when seeding. Apply crabgrass preventers from March to mid-April. Do not use a crabgrass preventer if you are overseeding.…

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June Garden Calendar

Lawn Plant buffalo grass June through July if irrigation is available. If not, plant in April or May to take advantage of the moisture. Spray nutgrass while it is still small. As the weather turns hot and dry, sprinkler systems need to…

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July Garden Calendar

Lawn Care Grubs begin feeding on lawns in July and August. Apply Hi-Yield's Grub Free Zone II to prevent damage and provide season-long control. Continue to monitor sprinkler systems for consistent coverage. Grass needs 1 inch of water per week…

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Crape Myrtle

August Garden Calendar

Lawn Care If you're planning to completely renovate your lawn, start spraying Hi Yield's Killzall around the 10th of the month. You may need to spray 2 mores times to eliminate some grassy weeds. Fertilize lawns now only if it…

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