Summer is here! The weatherman is talking about the heat index, and the Fourth of July is roaring in with full, star-spangled awesomeness. It’s the only time of the year where random explosions in the neighborhood don’t elicit a call to 9-11. This is a time to celebrate the birth of our nation. Oh sure,… Read More
Tips from the experts on proper fertilizing for your plants this summer. Green Oasis offers the best gardening advice to enhance your oasis.
Memorial Day, for many Americans, marks the official start of summer. It’s a time to fire up the grill, put the boat in the water and gather together with friends and family. Businesses may use it as a time to have a sale and boost traffic to their store. It’s also a much needed, three… Read More
Dandelions are one of the most recognizable signs of spring’s arrival. Their bright, yellow blossoms can be found on the sunny, south sides of yards even before the last remnants of snow have vanished. They’re both beloved and despised. They may be an unwelcome guest for the person that strives for that perfect, weed-free lawn… Read More
The well-kept lawn is almost as American as baseball and rock ‘n’ roll. All across the nation lawns are well manicured, with emerald-green grass surrounding homes of all sizes in neighborhoods. From the sprawling estate with a grounds crew to the humble bungalow with a white picket fence and do-it-yourselfer, we have a love affair… Read More
Hey, it’s me your sprinkler system. It’s been a while since we’ve talked so I thought I’d bring you up to date on how things are going. For several years now, I’ve spent the summer getting up in the middle of the night and keeping the yard nice and green. It’s a bit of a… Read More
We all know getting the most out of a lawn care program will take some standard maintenance such as mowing, watering and fertilizing, but one thing that may go unnoticed is the need to break up compacted soil and thatch that can build up on a lawn. When a lawn’s soil becomes too compact or… Read More