Come Spring time, our lawns are not always up to par. Below, Dave Fusco, the head of our Winterberry Landscape Maintenance division, shares 7 chores that you can do on your own to achieve the perfect spring lawn at home!
I have always believed that a thriving & productive vegetable garden really starts during the previous fall when we put our gardens to bed. That includes cleaning all of the waste in your garden and being sure to pick up and or rake out any residual spoiled vegetables that are laying on the ground. Especially tomatoes…because tomato blights from rotten tomatoes left in the garden will winter over and infect your new plantings for the upcoming season.