Every homeowner wants a lawn that is healthy and vibrant. New sod is one way to get there, but there are other landscaping tricks that you can use to get great results. If you want to use grass seed to… Read More
Archive for the ‘Grass’ Category
What to Know About Grass Seed
Whether planting a new lawn or just trying to fix a few dry patches, you may want to consider grass seed. It’s a fantastic way to improve your lawn’s quality and growth. Everyone at every level of landscaping can take… Read More
Which Grass is Best for Your Lawn?
Spring is here, and it’s time to start working on your lawn again. Every homeowner wants a lush and green lawn to be the envy of the neighborhood. So it’s important to take proper care of your landscape, including your… Read More
Zoysia Grass is a Great Option for Beginners
When it comes to choosing the right grass for your property, the choice can be difficult. At Quantico Creek Sod Farms, we sell Kentucky Bluegrass and Tall Fescue, both of which are cool-season grasses. These are generally what is recommended… Read More
Dog-Friendly Lawn Care Tips
When you have a dog, lawn care comes with some special challenges that you’ll need to address. Maintaining a lush, healthy lawn can take quite a bit of effort and care, even without the added strain of a dog. However,… Read More
3 Reasons Why Natural Grass is Superior to Artificial Grass
A lawn is an important part of any property. It provides curb appeal and tells a message of responsibility and care. A nice lawn will make for happy neighbors, and it’s always a joy to spend some time with family… Read More
Does Your Lawn Need Lime?
Soil health is critical for maintaining healthy plant life. The core nutrients of nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium are the food that your plants and grass need to survive and look their best all year long. So, what role does lime… Read More
Can You Lay Sod in Winter?
During winter in a cold climate area, many people hang up their gardening tools, turn off their irrigation systems, and drain their lawnmowers because the time for yard work is over. Sometimes, however, things happen a bit differently, and yard… Read More
Is Your Grass Dead or Just Dormant?
When caring for your lawn, few things are more alarming than browning. In some cases, this can mean that the grass has died and will need to be diagnosed and replaced. However, in other cases, it just means that the… Read More
December Lawn Care for Cool-Season Grasses
December is here, and that means areas with mainly cool-season grasses should soon see the first frost of the year and begin to experience snowfall. This time of year is light for lawn maintenance needs—the cold weather leaves cool-season grasses… Read More