Every fall, we have to do something with the leaves that cover our yards. That’s so the grass can freeze, we prevent snow mold and make sure little critters can’t destroy our lawns.
Minnesota’s front lawn is about to be ripped up. As soon as this week, crews working on the state Capitol renovation project will begin taking up big sections of the green space in front of the building.
Autumn days may be full of falling leaves and crisp weather, but it is also a time to prep your lawn for winter.
It’s been a rough year to be a blade of Minnesota grass. The severe lack of rain has led to a severe lack of green. Now that the nights are heading below freezing – should we still be watering our lawn?
In the race to keep our lawns looking green and alive, it takes a lot of water.
It’s the time of year for pruning, mowing, cutting and planting. For some, there’s no limit on how much time they’ll spend perfecting their yards.
Is this warm weather giving you the “itch” to get out and garden and work on your lawn? If so, you’re not alone.
Fall is here, but that doesn’t mean you should slack off on your lawn care. It’s actually the most important time of the year for your lawn.
Ever thought of jumping the pond for a visit to London? You know what’s cheaper, simpler and doesn’t require a passport? A trip to Brit’s Pub & Eating Establishment in downtown Minneapolis.
When it gets warm out you may want to head outside and work on your lawn and garden, but patience is a virtue. Just because you may have to wait a few more weeks to get planting, doesn’t mean you can’t reap the benefits of stocking up on some of the supplies you’ll need to make your yard sparkle.
Presented by S&S Tree Specialists.
Yard and Garden questions AND answers along with WCCO radio host Steve Thomson.