Our Lawn Care Blog
Our blog has everything from expert advice, fun facts, informative posts, and everything in between. If you’re looking to learn more about lawn care, check out our posts below!
When it comes to lawn care, timing is everything. To help take care of your Minnesota lawn, here are a few things to consider when creating your lawn care schedule.
Most homeowners have accepted the fact that there is no winning the war on weeds—no matter how many you pull or spray they just never seem to go away. Luckily, you can get rid of them by following these weed control tips to achieve a weed-free yard!
If there’s one thing Minnesotans can all agree on, it’s that winters here are tough, filling roads, driveways, and parking lots. Professional snow removal experts are available to help. Keep reading to discover the many benefits of hiring a snow removal service.
It’s that time of year when you regret planting all those trees in your yard so many years ago. With winter on our heels, we have to start preparing our yard for the cold months ahead and start planning ahead for next spring. We have put together some tips to help you with your fall lawn care journey.
Unlike other common lawn pests, grubs spend their days beneath the surface of the soil, where you likely won’t notice them until your lawn has severe damage. That’s why we’d like to teach you how to identify them and implement grub control.
Organic lawn care is growing in popularity. At Showcase Lawn Care Inc., we’ve seen more and more homeowners looking for chemical-free solutions to lawn care. But “going organic” means not only eliminating the use of chemicals it also involving cultural practices to keep weeds and pests at bay.
After a long summer of playing and hosting other activities, your grass might start to lose its former luster and get compacted, restricting the flow of water and air into the roots of your grass. Learn how aeration can help your lawn thrive!
While we may never fully eliminate every living mosquito, there are ways to combat these pesky insects and reduce the population in your yard. Read on for a few tips and ideas, and start practicing safe techniques that will help keep you and your family safe this summer.
How do you know what kind of grass you have on your lawn right now, and how do you know if it’s the best type for your yard? Read our blog to find out!
Winter kill is the term used to describe any winter lawn damage that leads to a plant’s death. The major contributors to winter kill include winter desiccation, crown hydration, direct low-temperature kill, ice sheets, and snow mold. In this article, we highlight and explain a few.