Mendham
Route 24, Mendham, NJ
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Lawn Care: what supplier will help with your landscape in Mendham, New Jersey?

As winter begins to fade into spring’s shadow, it’s time to direct our attention to lawns and landscapes. Once the soil has thawed, and we have more sun than rain and snow, your landscape in Mendham, New Jersey deserves some proactive TLC. Mendham Garden Centers are the place to go when you’re ready to add a little something extra into your lawn and garden spaces this spring. We have it all for your lawns, gardens, farm, and more. Don’t forget to check out our Spring Specials.

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Lawn

Getting Your Lawnmower Ready For Spring!

With spring in full-swing around the country, the grass in your yard is going through its annual growth surge, and becoming taller every day. That’s a good sign that you will need to get your lawn mower ready for the season. A ready lawnmower will help you keep up with weekly growth, and make sure your lawn stays neat and trim. If you already did some of these tasks before putting your lawnmower away last fall, you’re ahead of the game. If not, now’s the time to start preparing for the lawn mowing season. Those who may be considering purchasing a new mower will discover everything you need at Mendham Garden Centers, where we carry the latest line of Toro Mowers and

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Developing an Effective Fertilizer Program

Want to understand what it takes to develop a lush green lawn? You first need to understand the growing habits of cool-season turf grass, which is the predominant type of grass that you’ll find growing in New Jersey.

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8 Tips For Organic Turf Care

It’s the classic homeowner’s dream: to stand at your doorstep and look out over a lush, green lawn. You want your lawn to look its best, but maybe you’re also not a fan of using unnatural – or even harmful – chemicals to get the job done. Don’t fret: there are steps you can take to make sure your grass stays green without resorting to inorganic methods. Here are a few tips we’ve borrowed from Popular Mechanics to help you practice organic turf care.

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Crabgrass Control Starts in Spring

As many a homeowner knows, crabgrass is an ugly and tedious lawn weed that grows in a prostrate fashion close to the ground, stemming out like the legs of a crab. It grows in clumps, becomes very thick and patchy, and tends to choke out the more desirable grasses surrounding it. Crabgrass grows briskly and thrives in hot weather. It usually starts to grow in early spring when the soil temperature reaches 55-60 degrees, and remains that temperature for about a week or more. The grass particularly likes hot, dry areas and tends to grow in bare spots of soil where it may get more sunlight. It is also common by windows where the sun reflects onto the ground, heating

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End of Summer Landscape Care

The heat of summer should be leaving us very soon. There is plenty of moisture to rejuvenate our lawns and gardens. Lawns Due to a very wet spring followed by the summer heat, you could be seeing browning spots or large dead areas in your lawn. How to best rejuvenate your lawn. First, we need to start with the soil. A soil analysis of your lawn will guide us in using the right products, not guessing. To get a lab analysis of your soil, pick up a soil sample bag and our garden center will send out the sample to be analyzed. We will do a free pH test in store if that is all you choose to do. Good

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