<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=598808433589178&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

Lawn Care Blog

It's Time to Get Those Spring-Flowering Bulbs In the Ground

With a potentially fierce Ohio Winter in the not-so-distant future, it's hard to think about crocuses and hyacinths. But Spring-flowering hardy bulbs like daffodils and tulips must be planted in the Fall in order to bloom in Spring because they require a long period of cool temperatures to spark the chemical process that causes them to flower. It's important to get them into the ground about six weeks before the ground freezes. During the time leading up to the freeze, the bulbs will have a change to develop deep, strong roots.

Read More...

What Our Customers Are Saying - Weed Pro Reviews - September 24, 2017

At Weed Pro, we pride ourselves on providing our customers with outstanding service. We want your lawn care experience to be easy and enjoyable, and we want you to see results in your lawn quickly. Our knowledgeable, certified technicians are trained to offer premium customer service and our office staff is prepared to answer all your questions and concerns, promptly and courteously! 

Read More...

Spice Up Your Fall With DIY Pumpkin Spice Everything!

Love it or hate it, pumpkin spice flavor has crept into nearly facet of our Autumn lives. There are social media groups that exist for the sole purpose of hunting down the most bizarre and absurd pumpkin spice products - it even has its own hashtag - #pumpkinspiceeverything. For those of you who hate it, you have my pity, please read no further.

Read More...

Lawn Overseeding - What Is It, Who Needs It and How to Prepare for It?

OVERSEEDING - WHAT IS IT?

Read More...

Rusty Cars, Rusty Nails, Rusty...Grass?

While here in Ohio, we're no stranger to snow, sleet, salt and the detrimental effects these things have on our cars and trucks, you may be puzzled to find powdery rust in your lawn or on your shoes when you're out doing yard work. But don't be alarmed - lawn rust is the result of fungi, and while unsightly, does not typically kill turf grass, though it can reduce its vigor. 

Read More...

What To Do About Pet Urine Spots in Your Lawn

"Dilution is the solution to pollution"

Read More...

What Our Customers Are Saying - Weed Pro Reviews - August 15, 2017

Here at WeedPro, we like to think we have the friendliest, most knowledgeable, and hardest working certified technicians around, and we've been blown away by the feedback we are getting from our customers. Our techs are trained to offer premium customer service and our office staff is prepared to answer all your lawncare questions and concerns, promptly and courteously! Since we're receiving so much positive feedback, I'm going to squeeze a whole lot into this blog! 

Read More...

Ladybug Impostors - They Stink, They Bite - What Can You Do To Prepare For Their Return?

Ladybugs, also known as lady bird beetles, are charming little beetles well-known to every man, woman, and child. They are synonymous with happiness and have earned themselves the recognition of being made Ohio's official state insect, in a 1975 proclamation, which stated:

Read More...

Sprawling Clumps of Thick Grass in the Yard - What is It?

Have you noticed big clumps of grass with thick blades that seem not to match the rest of your grass? Especially a few days after you've mowed, these clumps can seem like they've appeared out of no where. If so, you probably have some Tall Fescue mixed in with your other turf grasses. It grows just a little bit faster and gets just a little bit greener than other turf grasses. Tall Fescue turf grass has been used across America for many years, and is a favorite for planting along roadsides, where it will require little maintenance and is drought-tolerant. 

Read More...

Which Yards Benefit the Most From Aeration and Overseeding?

The short answer is every yard will benefit from both an annual aeration and an overseeding. The longer answer is that if you see any of the following in your yard, your lawn won't just benefit from an aeration, it is desperate for one!

Read More...