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What the Color of Your Grass Can Tell You

What the Color of Your Grass Can Tell You

Last week we published an article on summer problems your lawn is trying to tell you. This week, we are going with something similar. Since we are one of the top grass seed sellers in the northeast, we decided to write this week’s article on what the color of your grass can tell you. When …

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Five Summer Problems Your Lawn Might Be Trying to Tell You

Five Summer Problems Your Lawn Might Be Trying to Tell You

Summer is certainly a trying time for even the most established lawns. If you are a new homeowner who is still green to proper lawn care, the best way to learn might be to listen to what your lawn is trying to tell you. There are many summer problems your lawn might be trying to …

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Creating a Backyard Oasis with Landscaping

Creating a Backyard Oasis with Landscaping

Creating a Backyard Oasis with Landscaping  Summer is an excellent time to spend outdoors with family and friends. If your backyard is looking a bit drab after winter, you may feel discouraged and not want to turn it into the summer oasis it could be. Luckily, with some easy landscaping techniques, your lawn can go …

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Reasons To Use a Fertilizer Spreader

Spring is a popular time to fertilize lawns in the northeast. When lawns “wake up” from winter, they wake up hungry! February through April is an optimal time to do your first fertilization application. Many professionals choose to time their application to when the lawn begins to actively grow. It can also be timed around …

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Summer Care of Cool Season Grasses

Valley Green has one of the most extensive selections of grass seed for sale in the northeast. We have been selling it for over twenty years and have accrued quite a bit of knowledge about summer care of cool season grasses. Temperatures are rising and the spring landscape season is in full swing. Summer will …

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Debunking 5 Common Lawn Care Myths

  April is National Lawn Care Month. Valley Green is ready for all of your spring and National Lawn Care Month needs. Our spring season is also a common time for us to answer questions on lawn care myths. There is a lot of information out there about lawn care and we want to bust …

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Preparing Soil for Grass Seed

Spring is here and Valley Green is getting excited about our busiest season. The warm weather has encouraged many people to venture out and begin the process of spring clean-up. When all the snow has melted, many homeowners and landscapers notice that the lawn may need to be reseeded in certain spots. Preparing soil for …

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Taking Care of Lawns That Have had Heavy Snow Cover

The northeast finally saw some significant snow totals this winter. Our ice and snow contractor customers are thrilled with the work they received from the wintery weather we’ve been having. Now that winter is coming to a close, landscapers and homeowners will need to start concentrating on taking care of lawns that have had a …

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Simple Spring Landscape Projects For New Homeowners

Simple Spring Landscape Projects For New Homeowners New homeownership is both an exciting and challenging period. With the pandemic still going on, the real estate market has been doing surprisingly well. When purchasing a home for the first time, many buyers forget that with their new home comes the new responsibility of lawn care. With …

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Planning for Spring Golf Course Openings

Due to the fact the northeast is getting more than a foot of snow this week, you’re probably not thinking about spring. Despite this, late winter is an optimal time for superintendents and grounds crews to start planning for spring golf course openings. Though there still might be snow on the ground, a lot of …

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