How To Stake Your Lawn For Winter

Posted on December 5th, 2017 | Posted in: Landscaping, Lawn Care, Winter Lawn Care

Guide to Staking Your Lawn for Winter Throughout the spring, summer and fall, you’ve worked hard to protect your beautiful expanse of lush green lawn. You’ve raked, aerated, fertilized, watered and even mulched your grass until it achieved perfect health and a magazine-worthy appearance. But on the first winter day when that heavy snow dump […]

How to Prepare Your Lawn For Winter

Posted on September 29th, 2017 | Posted in: Landscaping, Lawn Care
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Protecting Your Lawn From the Winter As fall sets in, nature puts on a magnificent display of farewell from long days and hot sunny weather. Temperatures dip and early morning dew appears on your lawn as daylight gets shorter. It’s easy to forget about your grass when brilliant red and gold leaves cover the green […]

A Guide to Backyard Bug Management

Posted on August 29th, 2017 | Posted in: Lawn Care
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Long days, late nights and warm weather mean more time spent outdoors. You’ve spent the spring sprucing up your backyard and getting it ready for family gatherings and entertaining. You’re ready to fire up the grill and enjoy dining al fresco all from the comfort of your backyard. Like clockwork, bugs of all varieties show […]

Why You Need Mosquito and Pest Control This Season!

Posted on May 26th, 2017 | Posted in: Lawn Care

Don’t Give In to Pests This Spring With warmer weather becoming the norm, pests become more prevalent, too. At Ricci’s Landscape Management, we’re here to help you control the mosquitoes and pests that invade your landscape! After all, we know how much time and care you dedicate to making your landscape beautiful, and it should be enjoyed […]

April Showers Bring May Flowers…

Posted on May 10th, 2017 | Posted in: Landscaping

Take a Note from April’s Playbook, and Start Planning This Year’s Floral Design At Ricci’s Landscape Management, we believe that you can never get too colorful with your landscape. After all, landscape design is often considered an extension of one’s personality, and you deserve to let your character shine. Now that we’ve made it through the rainy […]

Can You Grow Grass Under A Tree?

Posted on April 27th, 2017 | Posted in: Landscaping

Our Tips for Growing Grass Under a Tree A home does not feel complete without at least one tree in the yard. In fact, growing trees on your property can help increase the property value, lower your air conditioning bills (by providing shade), provide seasonal interest as they change color, muffle the sounds of the […]

Holy Moley! Mole Control & Damage – What Works?

Posted on April 13th, 2017 | Posted in: Lawn Care

Our Tips for Mole Control and Damage Quite often, we will get calls from angry clients, to inform us of their mole damage. The anger is understandable. Who wouldn’t be angry to find sections of their lawn destroyed, overnight, by a subterranean insectivore? Here in Northwest Indiana, mole damage can be found during any of […]

Light up your landscape!

Posted on April 7th, 2017 | Posted in: Landscaping

Our Guide to Outdoor Landscape Lighting As spring fever has sprung – all of us are looking forward to spending more time outdoors . . . on the porch, patio, in the garden, by the pool, etc.  While the sun is the perfect way to light up our days – what can we do to […]

The Weeds Are Coming!

Posted on March 29th, 2017 | Posted in: Landscaping, Lawn Care

How You Can Win the Fight Against Weeds I’ve heard the argument. You’ve heard the argument. Perhaps you have even made the argument, yourself. “I have had my lawn treated for years. Why do I still get weeds? There shouldn’t be any weeds in my lawn anymore.” Wrong. ALL LAWNS HAVE WEEDS. ALL OF THEM. […]

5 Ways to Celebrate National Garden Month

Posted on March 23rd, 2017 | Posted in: Industry News, Lawn Care

When is National Garden Month? National Garden Month begins in April – so it’s a little less than two weeks away! The history of National Garden Month dates back to April 18, 1986, when President Reagan signed a proclamation for National Garden Week. The first National Garden Week took place from April 12 – 18, […]

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