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!
Taking care of your residential or commercial property takes hard work and commitment. It is a time-consuming task, something many of us don’t have time for these days.
As the snow and cold start to fade and spring flowers begin to emerge, so too will weeds start to escape from the ground and grow. And in New Hampshire, one of the most irritating weeds is crabgrass.
There is no question about it. When it comes to the labor and construction industries, there is a shortage of staff.
Here in the North East winter comes earlier for us than the rest of the country. That is why it is so important to be on top of our fall lawn care. At Alliance Landscaping, we have been providing lawn care and lawn care tips throughout New Hampshire for over 20 years.
In the height of summer, it’s hard to tell what’s causing the brown patches in our lawns. Could it be that turfgrass needs more water? Or could it be something happening on a microscopic level?
It’s pretty safe to say that anyone who’s ever said “Don’t make a mountain out of a molehill,” hasn’t had to deal with moles in their lawn. These tiny destructive pests can wreak havoc on just about any lawn without you ever even seeing one.
Keeping your lawn healthy and nutritious can be a very daunting task. A quick war to inject vital nutrients into your lawn is to institute regular compost application. In this blog, we will go over what composting is, and the many ways it can benefit your lawn.
Here in New Hampshire, we are used to long, hard winters that come with lots of snow and ice. Sometimes the snow may only be a few inches, but other times several feet of snow and a thick layer of ice may end up on our doorstep.
It’s hard to believe, but fall is right around the corner in New Hampshire. The kids are back to school, whether in person or online. The days are getting shorter, and the nights are getting cooler. So, what does this mean for your lawn care regime?
Do you know what type of soil you have? Most of us do not. It’s underground, unseen, and unless you are a lawn care professional, not something you probably think about on a regular basis.