Our Lawn Care Blog
No matter how much you know about lawn care or landscape maintenance, there is always more to learn. Check out our blogs to find out more about lawn care best practices, threats to your lawn, and more!
Keeping up with watering the lawn is an important part of lawn maintenance, but it can be tedious. If you water with a garden hose, that’s less time you could be enjoying a hobby.
As winter bears down, some of us look forward to waking up one morning to a fluffy blanket of velvety snow stretching off as far as the eye can see. No more mowing the lawn, no more watering, no more raking or pruning. What’s winter lawn care?
Keeping your lawn in pristine condition all year round can be tough, especially during the heat of summer. Summer lawn maintenance will help you ensure that your lawn is getting the attention, nutrition, and hydration that it needs to stay healthy all summer long.
Summertime here in New Hampshire is a time of outdoor relaxation. Kicking back after a long workweek to enjoy some quality time out in the yard. With school being out, the kids are out in the yard playing and the dogs are having a field day.
When the warm months roll around, getting that perfect green lawn will require more effort than you had hoped. Every landowner can cut down on this effort by being vigilant about their irrigation system.
Over the past 20 years, Alliance Landscaping, with Brandin Swisher at the helm, has been making a name for itself. The past two decades have seen plenty of change.
Have you ever asked yourself, “where do insects go in the winter”? The answer may not be what you want to hear. Some insects die off when the temperatures drop but others have ways of surviving through the winter. This is called overwintering.
Well, it’s that sweet time of year again, maple season is upon us! The sap is beginning to flow and the sugar houses and sugar shacks all over New Hampshire are stirring again.
Winters in New Hampshire typically mean a lot of fun winter activities. If you are an avid skier, like to snowboard, tube, or ice skate, winter is the season for you.
No one likes ticks, especially not our dogs. They are annoying, blood-sucking pests that prey on our pets and family. They are super small, making them hard to detect and challenging to get rid of. And they are notorious for the harmful diseases they carry, most notably Lyme disease.