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Myths vs. Reality: How to Get Your Lawn in Top Shape this Spring

Lawn Maintenance

Have you ever wondered when the right time is in New Jersey to apply fertilizer to your yard or whether it’s ok to cut the grass really short? To help Bergen County Homeowners get their spring and summer lawn care off to a great start Horizon Landscape offers these myth-busting tips in celebration of National Lawn Care Month. Myth #1: …

Early Fall is the Perfect Time for Seeding

The best time of the year in New Jersey to aerate and seed your lawn is early fall When the weather starts to turn cooler for the fall season in Bergen County, New Jersey, people take a step back from gardening and planting. What many people don’t know is that fall is an excellent time to do certain tasks such as …

Lawn Care for Every Season: Calendar for What Your Lawn Needs

Caring for your lawn is a year-round job. By maintaining your lawn consistently, you’ll be able to spot minor problems before they become big ones and prevent common lawn problems such as weeds, infestations or disease. Below is a breakdown of how to care for your lawn throughout all four seasons. Early Spring: February - April Clean up winter debris ...

What is the Correct Fertilizer for My Lawn?

Lawn fertilizer is needed when the grass requires extra nutrients that are not available in the soil. By applying fertilizer, you’re enriching the soil so that the grass can develop strong roots and a healthy color. Fortunately, lawn fertilization is simple to do. Most homeowners can handle this maintenance step on their own, or they can hire an experienced lawn ...

Springtime “Snow” Cover

So, spring is arriving.  The weather is warmer, the birds are back, the trees are beginning to bud, and my lawn is.........white? A winter of record snowfall and sustained freezing temperatures has created the perfect setting for spring "snow", otherwise known as snow mold.  Unfortunately, no lawn is immune - even the lushest lawns at the end of last season ...