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Making “Freshly Cut Grass” Memories

  One of the most nostalgic scents of all time is freshly cut grass. It takes you back to the playful days of your childhood, those simple moments of ease, whether that be napping in a hammock or walking with nature. Or maybe it reminds you of the best-looking lawn you’ve ever seen! For many,…

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Spring Landscaping Ideas

  Spring is here, so it’s time to start thinking about landscaping designs for your home. The landscape experts at Lawrence Landscape have come up with some design inspiration to share with you. Browse through a few of our favorite spring ideas and contact us when you’re ready to schedule landscaping services! Create a Colorful Atmosphere Perhaps…

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Your Spring Landscape Revival

As Kansas winters give way to the longer, warmer days of spring, we can’t help but notice the natural revival of the landscape around us. The smell of frost is replaced by that of dew, we see buds on trees, and we hear the cheerful sounds of birds chirping. Revival is an important part of what we…

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The Key to a Healthy Lawn: Fertilization and Weed Treatments

You know a healthy lawn when you see one – it’s thick, lush, and the color is vibrant; however, growing a healthy lawn of your own doesn’t always seem easy to attain. Here in the Midwest, our lawns run the risk of high weed-to-grass ratios and nutrient deficiencies that can leave lawns looking barren. The…

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Welcome back, spring!

If you’re anything like us, then you are completely over winter and ready to be outside soaking up sun-shiny vitamin D! Spring is a time of revitalization. Not just for us, but for all forms of life. Now is the time to start thinking about your spring clean ups ! These are early-in-the-season lawn care and landscape…

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An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

When it comes to lawn care, being pro-active can mean the difference between having a healthy lawn or a lawn over-run with weeds. Timing is the most important factor when it comes to the effectiveness of these measures, commonly referred to as pre-emergent treatments. These treatments include a combination of fertilizer and herbicide that promote…

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