The rain and warmer temperatures from late May and early June have fungus doing a lot of damage to lawns in the Kansas City area. If you’re looking for guidance on how to prevent fungus from destroying your lawn, Custom Lawn & Landscape has your solution. There’s no fun in fungal lawn diseases, which is Read More >
Your lawn should be an oasis for you and your family – not mosquitoes! There are steps you can take to ensure your lawn stays free of these unwanted guests, but you’d better get started early in the season. Once May hits and the Kansas City area is steadily warming up, you could have a very itchy problem.
Winterizing your sprinkler system now is a great idea if you haven’t already done so.
Are you considering seeding your lawn this spring? Spring seeding can be a tricky proposition. Read more to find out what you should do instead.
Leaves left on your lawn for more than a couple weeks in the fall can thin your lawn, bring on disease and cost you money.
It’s fall in Kansas City! The long summer days have given way to the shorter days and longer nights of fall. Just like every new season, fall brings its share of essential outdoor chores! Read more to learn about how to do some of your essential fall lawn and landscape chores like the pros! 1. Read More >
What is eating my plants and what do I do about it? Read on to learn more about a few common garden insects that if left alone could cause serious damage to your landscape.
Custom Lawn & Landscape is your go to provider for home insect control.
Lawn grass seed heads can give the lawn a bit of a funny look this time of year. They may even look like weeds. Here is what they are, why they are there and what you can do to make them impact the appearance of your lawn for as short a time as possible.
The Groundhog missed out on seeing his shadow. Long term forecasts are showing a chance at some really nice weather as soon as Mid-March. Before we know it, we will be out taking care of lawn chores again. We are often tempted to run out and buy the shiniest packages of whatever the big box Read More >