All signs of fall are here: the leaves are changing colors, a chill is in the air and football is in full swing. While you might be tempted to sit back and enjoy the season’s festivities, now is the time to pamper your lawn if you’re looking to have the greenest yard on the block come spring. So, whether you want to make the neighbors as green as your lawn with envy or plan on upgrading your house next year, spending a day or two preparing your lawn for the cold months to come will pay off when it warms up again.
When you are trying to choose between lawn care service providers, this infographic will give you some important questions to ask each one. It also contains other information that you may want to consider such as facts about the different grass types and how they differ.
Many Oregon residents pride themselves on being eco-conscious – just watch any episode of Portlandia, offering a hilarious take on what we love most about our city! Portland landscaping experts have taken this eco-friendly attitude to the next level with gorgeous and tasty gardens. Find out what’s growing in our gardens, tips on how to make the most of get the most out of what you grow, and when to start planting with this infographic.
Take a look at the following infographic by Total Landscape Care, “The Rise of the Landscaping Profession,” which explains the ins and outs of working in the landscaping industry.
This infographic highlights everyday dangers that landscapers face such as allergic reactions, cuts and amputations, machinery, pesticides, chemicals, sun, and high temperatures. Many of these risks are also present for those who do their own lawn care – which shows the importance of hiring qualified and insured landscaping and lawn care professionals to do these jobs for you.
This Infographic from grass-types.com provides a visual for the 12 most common grass types in the United States. It goes on to show how much water each type needs, what temperatures they survive in, what is their growing rate, mowing height, and price per pound.