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.
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Wow, what a winter we have had! It is certainly nice to finally see the lawn. We are always tempted to run out and buy the shiniest packages of whatever the big box store is selling, or maybe it’s the latest and greatest the Saturday morning radio show is selling. The truth is, If you Read More >
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.
Once the first frost hits, your landscape plants, despite all of their spring and summer glory, will fade away leaving bare branches and brown and crumpled foliage behind. Only the evergreens remain. It’s time for fall cleanup and pruning. At Custom Lawn and Landscape, we offer both services. Tree, Shrub, and Plant Pruning It is Read More >
Choosing the right variety of grass to plant in your Kansas City area lawn can be a bit confusing, especially if you are trying to grow grass in the shade. Different varieties have different pros and cons. To make it a bit easier to decide, the team at Custom Lawn & Landscape has narrowed it Read More >
Winter can be hard on trees and shrubs, but instead of risking their winter well-being this year, consider deep root fertilization! It’s the best thing you can do for your trees and shrubs this winter. Read on for all the details from your Custom Lawn Experts! Protect Your Valuable Landscaping Landscaping can require expensive upkeep. Read More >
Winterizing your sprinkler system now is a great idea if you haven’t already done so.
It’s fall in Kansas City! The long summer days have given way to the shorter days and longer nights of fall. As with every new season, fall brings its share of essential outdoor chores! One of the most important chores you can do is your fall clean-up. Believe it or not, this period before your Read More >
Fall is the best time to fertilize, aerate or verticut, and seed your lawn. In fact, everything you do to improve the health of your lawn in the three months leading up to winter is proactive, meaning it will wildly improve your lawn for next spring!