Best Ways to Maintain a Lush, Green Lawn

Although many homeowners have a lawn, maintaining and having perfect lush green lawn is what make them separate from others and will make their neighbors envy.  To maintain the lush green lawn and to have a healthy lawn, a person should be well experienced about landscaping as doing even a single step working can make the whole lawn to look dull.  Do you know that common pesticides and fertilizers are toxic to your plants? Do you have an idea that exotic plants require more water? Yes, only if you’re aware of even these small details, then only you can have a healthy and green lawn. The good-looking lawn can exist only by constant effort, perfect fertilization, and regular maintenance. It is even required to troubleshoot the lawn problems. Here are few tips to follow to have an ideal emerald-green lawn

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Don’t mow too low

You might have heard about this from many experienced landscaping people. And obviously, it is the major thing you have to follow to have a healthy and green lawn. Though it is common to cut your lawn as short as possible; landscaping experts recommend to let it grow longer and them to mow it more frequently. So, it is better to avoid the buzz cut. You have to set mower blade to at least 3 inches tall so that the taller grass will shade out weed seeds. Avoid Mowing a lawn very short as it keeps more stress on the grass and will limit the deep root growth which in turn reduces its ability to resist pests, weeds and drought conditions. Raise the blade to avoid scorching of grass because of heat in summer.

Fertilize to have a healthy lawn

Lush growth can be achieved by synthetic and also organic lawn fertilizer. These fertilizers also help strengthens roots and to eliminate pests and invasive weeds. Though there are many lawn fertilizers available in local stores, mostly every lawn fertilizer consists mainly three key nutrients. These three keys nutrients are nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Nitrogen nutrient plays a major role in leafy growth. However, excess nitrogen can cause yard burn, discoloration, and excessive growth. Granule and liquid forms that come in organic and synthetic Belinda are the best of lawn fertilizers. You can also pick either fast release fertilizer or slow release fertilizers.

Weed Control Tips

Existing crabgrass and weeds will have no impact on the Pre-emergent. Their main aim of them avoids sprouting of weeds and crabgrass seeds. So in the spring season, it is better to apply pre-emergent. By using a broadcast spreader, you can apply the granular fertilizer. A broadcast spreader is a device that can be pushed or pulled whole over your yard to distribute the fertilizer evenly. It is compulsory to use spreader as applying large concentrations of fertilizer in a single or small area can kill the whole grass.

Repair and maintain lawn regularly

Dead patches, bare spots, dandelions infested areas are the common problems that occur for your lawn. Among these, bare spots are the most noticeable problem that every lawn face. However, this problem can be repaired and removed if you have little patience and persistence.

The 3 Best Ornamental Trees for the Landscaping

Fragrant shrubs enchant us with their pleasant perfumes, flowers treat our eyes to bold, vibrant colors and lush green grass excites our toes. Flowers and trees are the part of God’s beautiful creations that always make the place more welcoming with their presence. So you can make your entrance more welcoming and attractive with awesome landscaping. It is easy to appreciate the eye-catching sights and smells afforded by lawns and landscapes, but did you know their real value lies in the selection of trees by you? Yes, only well-managed landscapes will offer tremendous benefits for you and for the environment. These ornamental trees with beautiful leaves attract the human eye and improves the landscaping.

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Most of these pretty small ornamental trees rise till 25 feet only and provide a little shade. These trees main purpose is to add beauty and accent and to offer your lawn an awesome look rather than providing the shade. There are plenty of beautiful ornamental trees available that include Hawthorne, magnolias, flowering pear, flowering plum, Canadian red cherry, flowering dogwood, flowering crabapple, tri-colored beeches and much more.

According to Tree Lopping Caboolture these are some of the list of awesome ornamentals that you can pick to decorate your landscape.


Crabapples: Prairiefire, Royal Raindrops, Red Jewel

Only few plants can give eye-catching look or great visual during all the seasons and crabapples are one among them. Mainly during the spring season, these trees attract human eye with tempting colours and beautiful buds and leaves. These tree buds that are not opened yet can just give you the idea of in what colour they will exist. Finally when the bud emerges as flowers, other hues are revealed in a spectacular flower display. And when the autumn period arrives, these fruit and foliage get transformed to exactly sets the artist’s palette colours. Finally during winter, the snow accents this tree fruits and branches shapes. These crabapples are also called as “jewels of the landscapeā€ because of their awesome features.

Japanese Tree Lilac
Japanese Tree Lilac are the best trees for tough sites. These are classes as showy ornamental trees because of their extreme beautiful look. With 25 inches height and 15 inches width, this tree is popularly called as problem free tree also. The fragrant white flower clusters on this tree can be up to 15 inches length, and they generally bloom in late spring to early summer.

Serviceberry autumn brilliance

These Serviceberries are one of the best specimens that looks great with any of the landscaping plans. They grow as a beautiful white flower during the early spring season and will have a berry bunches that birds love. With length of nearly 18 inches and width 16 inches, their fall color is attractive red or orange. These trees are not only beautiful but are also of problem free.