January 20, 2021
As 2020 fades into the horizon and spring begins to enter our thoughts, it's time to start thinking about your spring planters. Daffodils or Violas? Tulips or Baby Blue Eyes? Our team is already talking with home and business owners about ideas for spring and summer planters and annual plantings. We will customize a plan to suit your style and budget. Planters make a great Mother's Day gift. LawnCare by Walter is the most comprehensive commercial and residential lawn care and landscaping business in Northern Illinois, offering our customers seasonal services for all four seasons. For a list of our many affordable services and for photos of our work visit our Seasonal Décor section of our website.
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Mulching has many benefits, but it must be applied correctly. We recommend maintaining a two- to four-inch layer of mulch in all areas where there are plants.
A winter filled with constant freezing and thawing throughout the season can have a negative impact on a lawn.
Winter is usually a time when people think about what they will do in their yard once the snow melts.
With lawns covered in snow they seem a bit 'out of sight out of mind,' but that shouldn't be the case! Here are a couple things to consider when it comes to your lawn in winter.