By applying potash fertilizing in early winter, you can boost your turfgrass’ resilience to cold weather and even encourage root growth during the off-season.
Tired of looking at bare trees and bushes all winter? Add some guaranteed green to your Tennessee yard with these evergreens. From beautiful colors to vibrant aromas, any one of these ornamental plants would make a lovely addition to your garden.
The worms go marching two by two, right across your lawn. There’s an invasion coming and if you’re not prepared, your beautiful turfgrass could be left in tatters. Learn how to recognize the signs of an armyworm infestation.
An invasive species is destroying our beloved ash trees, and it has been found in 35 states, including right here in Tennessee, Alabama, and Missouri. It is the Emerald Ash Borer beetle (EAB). Stay educated on what EAB is, how to identify it and what to do if you discover one of your ash trees is infected with this beautiful yet vile creature.
Southern states like Tennessee have quite a few pests to contend with. From spiders to centipedes to earwigs, there’s no shortage of creepy crawlies trying to find their way in. You can stop all of them in their tracks with a perimeter pest control application.
Tennessee’s cold, wet winters can be tough on our turf. The soil underneath your turf can become extremely compacted which can prevent the absorption of nutrients, oxygen and water from getting to your roots. Here is how to identify and cure your compacted soil.
Does the thought of lawn care give you a headache? Here is a list of some important lawn care chores to get you started on your lawn care adventure. For the best lawn care around, call the pros at 4EverGreen.
Road salt is commonly used to melt snow and ice on road surfaces but salt can have a detrimental effect on your trees and plants. Keep your trees and ornamentals safe from salt damage by following these steps.