Get Ready for the Great Outdoors
Posted By MyGuy
Now is a great time to start cut backs needed to promote healthy growth
on trees and shrubs.
Installing any plants in the early spring helps promote the growth needed
before the Arizona summer heat arrives.
Many people here in Arizona opted for having an area in their yard where
there is real grass for their children or dogs to play on. Learn more
tips about the care and correct grass for your lawn.
A common grass grown here in Arizona is Bermuda grass because it "loves"
the sun. It can be planted from grass seed and requires less care and
mowing than some of the other types of grass.
When the nights begin to hit an average of 65 degrees, Bermuda grass starts
to grow. This is typically is in late spring after the danger of frost
If you plant Bermuda seeds too late in the season you might find the grass
will not strive. You take the chance of it dying because of the lack of
growth will not promote the proper root system needed to feed the grass.
Having a great lawn often requires the expert touch from a professional.
Save money and time by contacting a landscape maintenance expert today
to learn what will work best for your yard.
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