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STIHL professionals are here to guide you on how to best take care of your lawn through the changing seasons. Learn how to care for your lawn in the fall, protect your trees in the winter, face spring weather, and more!
Fall Lawn Care Tips
Has your lawn lost plants due to insect, disease, or other issues? Does your yard need rejuvenation? Are shrubs and trees overgrown or undermanaged? You may not realize it, but fall is the best season to evaluate and begin restoring your landscape. Thanks to cooler temperatures and wetter weather, the mild fall climate is ideal for putting in the lawn work that will pay dividends come spring.
Evaluate your Landscape Over Winter
Winter may seem like the perfect time to take a vacation from your garden but, if used wisely, it can be an important time to lay down the groundwork for making vast improvements. Just as plants are dormant and preparing to burst forth in the spring, the same applies to us gardeners.
Working Winter Wonderland
With the onset of winter, thoughts shift to some of the challenges of winter chainsaw operation. With a little extra care, your chainsaw can offer peak performance even in the face of extreme cold temperatures.
Summer Lawn Care Tips
Whether you live in the Pacific Northwest, the Midwest or along the Gulf Coast, summer weather can have a major effect when it comes to the health of your yard. From your lawn and trees to shrubs and flowerbeds, summer landscaping can be a breeze with these helpful tips.
Jeff Cartwright Fall Lawn Tips
The temperatures have dropped and so have the leaves. Many people think all the action in the yard happens in spring and summer, but fall provides a great opportunity to lay the groundwork for a beautiful and bountiful garden next season.
Winter Landscaping Tips
The winter months may not seem like the best time to work in your yard, but right now is when you should prepare your lawn and landscaping for the coming growing season. Follow these pro tips and look forward to a spring you can spend just watching the grass grow.