If you spend each day indoors at your desk, under fluorescent lights, with your eyes glued to a screen then this article is for you! Disconnecting from our phones, TV’s, tablets and laptops and reconnecting with nature has proven to have many benefits. Continue reading for 5 reasons you should make a change.... Read Moreabout 5 Reasons You Should Reconnect with the Outdoors
It is recommended that homeowners aerate their lawn once every single year whether that be in the spring or the fall. Why? Because aeration is one of the best things you can do for your lawn! First, you may be wondering what even is lawn aeration? Read our latest article for more information.... Read Moreabout Why You Should Aerate Your Lawn
What better way to give an old tire new life than by planting some budding beauties in it! This DIY tire planter is sure to add a pop of personality to your porch or garden. Not to mention they’re super simple (and fun) to make!... Read Moreabout DIY Tire Planter
Have you noticed mushrooms popping up in your lawn? They are most commonly found after humid, rainy days, popping up in new sod or in the form of a “Fairy Ring (link)”. These formations of fungi can be an eyesore and even potentially dangerous for pets and kids if ingested. Read on to learn more about how and why they form and the best strategies to manage them.... Read Moreabout Why Do I Have Mushrooms in My Lawn?
Have you noticed mushrooms popping up in your lawn? They are most commonly found after humid, rainy days, popping up in new sod or in the form of a 'Fairy Ring.' These formations of fungi can be an eyesore and even potentially dangerous for pets and kids if ingested.... Read Moreabout Why Do I Have Mushrooms in My Lawn?
Summer is in the air! It’s time to put together an invite list and have your pals over for your annual backyard party. Looking for some ideas to spice things up this year? Read on for summer entertaining trends that are sure to WOW your guests!... Read Moreabout Summer Entertaining Trends For Any Backyard
Is your lawn suffering from unsightly dead spots? Damage caused by cutworms and sod webworms can often be mistaken by homeowners as symptoms of dryness. Unfortunately, it will take more than just water to return your lawn to a lush, green state if it is suffering from an infestation.... Read Moreabout Managing Sod Webworms and Cutworms
Is there anything tastier than fresh veggies from your very own backyard garden? Besides Weed Man’s savory summer salsa, of course! Use your homegrown vegetables to create this zesty, chilled dip that has a delightful kick. Serve with a bowl of fresh tortilla chips, and your patio will be this season’s hotspot in no time.... Read Moreabout Weed Man Recipe - Fresh Garden Salsa
At Weed Man, we truly believe that open and honest communication is one of the most important aspects of a successful lawn care program. That’s why we always let our customers know when we have serviced their lawns, complete with detailed notes regarding the applications performed and any necessary follow up instructions.... Read Moreabout Weed Man Applications & Customer Communication
The iconic neatly manicured, square home lawn isn’t for everyone. In fact, many homeowners strive to inject some added personality into their landscapes by simply altering the shapes of their lawns. This process, known as edging, often entails shaping, cutting, digging, and filling to create a distinguishable border between the lawn and its surroundings.... Read Moreabout Creative Tips for Edging Your Lawn