Winter is here, but don’t think that means you have lost the ability to help your lawn! Dormant seeding is a great way to help make sure your lawn is ready to look great when the weather begins to warm up.
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 >
Kansas City summers can be tough on your lawn. Thicken your lawn and return it to its lush glory by overseeding. What is overseeding? Overseeding is putting down new grass seed over an existing lawn to fill in thin and patchy areas. In addition to restoring damage from heat, traffic, disease, or insects, it can Read More >
Is your lawn looking thin? Does it have bare spots or traffic patterns? Did the hot Kansas City weather take its toll? No matter the reason, when you need overseeding to thicken your lawn, Custom Lawn & Landscape is the company to call. With over 30 years of lawn seeding experience, we can tell you Read More >
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.
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 >
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 >
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!
Aerating your lawn is an essential part of maintenance to keep your landscape looking its best. Read our seeding blog post on lawn aeration for more information.
There is a lot of information about lawn care floating around out there. Some of it is true. Some of it is not. The experts at Custom Lawn & Landscape have gathered some of the most popular lawn care myths to expose them for National Lawn Care Month. Read on to learn what to do Read More >