Lawn Aeration vs. Slice Seeding: What You Need to Know

Lawn Aeration vs. Slice Seeding: What You Need to Know

Thursday, September 5, 2019

Having a healthy, beautiful lawn requires regular maintenance. However, how you maintain your lawn may vary based on the type of grass and soil you have. All lawns need regular mowing, watering and fertilizing, but it’s also important that the moisture and nutrients are actually reaching the soil....

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Telltale Signs That Grubs Are Attacking Your Property

Telltale Signs That Grubs Are Attacking Your Property

Friday, August 16, 2019

Connecticut home and business owners take pride in their lawns. We know that thriving, thick, and estate-quality grass is the first thing that guests and clients see when pulling into our properties. Additionally, from late spring through early fall, our Connecticut yards become our favorite outdoo...

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Connecticut Launches New Tick Monitoring Program

Connecticut Launches New Tick Monitoring Program

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Connecticut has a long, unfortunate history with Lyme disease. Spread through the bite of a tick infected with the Borrelia bacteria, this infectious illness was first diagnosed as a separate condition in 1975 in Old Lyme, Connecticut. This serious, potentially debilitating disease has rapidly incr...

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Mosquito Control: How To Manage and Eliminate Mosquitos In Connecticut

Mosquito Control: How To Manage and Eliminate Mosquitos In Connecticut

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

We have had a wetter than average spring which means ideal conditions for the bane of any homeowner: mosquitos. Mosquitoes thrive in moist and damp conditions where they lay their eggs anywhere with standing water. In some places, these annoying pests can be so bad that you can’t step outside for...

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Summer is Coming: 5 Steps to Prepare Your Lawn

Summer is Coming: 5 Steps to Prepare Your Lawn

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

With summer less than a month away, you’re going to want to begin the process of preparing your lawn for the sunny season. When the temperatures begin to rise into the 80s and 90s, your lawn becomes more susceptible to summer stressors like drought, pests, weeds, and compacted soil. Protect y...

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4 Common Weeds In Connecticut Lawns

4 Common Weeds In Connecticut Lawns

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

When it comes to spring lawn care, ridding your lawn of common weeds is one of the most important things you will do. If left on your lawn, weeds will steal important nutrients from your grass, resulting in your grass looking brown, sickly, and unhealthy. Being able to identify common Connecticut ...

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3 Common Poisonous Plants To Avoid

3 Common Poisonous Plants To Avoid

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Spring will be here in just a few weeks and the gardeners in all of us will be itching to get back outside to tend to our yards and gardens. Some of you might have some projects planned such as clearing brush or cutting down trees but, when venturing into areas with undergrowth it’s important to u...

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5 Most Common House Pests In Connecticut

5 Most Common House Pests In Connecticut

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Connecticut is home to some of the most beautiful homes, scenic landscapes, and alluring cities. It is one of the best states to live in! However, Connecticut is also home to some common house pests. With the winter climate, these pests are even more likely to be found inside your home, as they are ...

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Landscaping Tips During the Winter

Landscaping Tips During the Winter

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Winter is hard on our yards and plants. Even though everything has gone dormant our plants are still vulnerable to a number of outside forces that can have dire effects in the spring. Keep these simple tips in mind in order to protect your investments from winter lawn damage. Beware of Road Salt Sal...

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How To Identify And Prevent Snow Mold From Damaging Your Lawn This Winter

How To Identify And Prevent Snow Mold From Damaging Your Lawn This Winter

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Winter is here, and you want to make sure your lawn is prepared for the cold weather, snow, sleet, or whatever else winter has in store. Often times it’s the lawn care choices we make now that determine our lawn health come spring. One of the biggest threats your lawn faces this winter is snow...

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Are Your Trees Prepared For A Long Winter?

Are Your Trees Prepared For A Long Winter?

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Winter has come early in Connecticut which means we are in for a long bone-chilling winter. But we aren’t the only ones who suffer from long winters. Trees and shrubs can be damaged by extended periods of extreme cold. Check out these services from naturally green and make sure your trees come bac...

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Keep Those Fall Pests Out Of Your House.

Keep Those Fall Pests Out Of Your House.

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Have you ever wondered where insects and rodents go in the winter? As the weather cools these pests are in search of warm places to wait out the long winter months and that place could be your house. Before you hunker down for the winter take one last check outside your home to make sure no free-loa...

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Five Ways To Get Rid Of Fall Leaves Without Burning

Five Ways To Get Rid Of Fall Leaves Without Burning

Friday, October 26, 2018

Dealing with leaves every fall can be a real pain. What to do? The easiest way is to just burn them, but what If you don’t want to deal with the smell of burning leaves or smoking your neighbors out of their homes? Here are a few eco-friendly alternatives to burning fall leaves that will make your...

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Fall Lawn Care: Prepare Your Connecticut Lawn for Fall With These 5 Tips

Fall Lawn Care: Prepare Your Connecticut Lawn for Fall With These 5 Tips

Monday, October 15, 2018

The fall foliage alone in Connecticut during the is breathtaking, but your lawn should also take your breath away. If you’re finding that you have brown spots or trees and shrubs that are lacking luster, it’s time to prepare your lawn for the upcoming seasons with some fall lawn care. Natura...

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How To Make A Backyard Putting Green

How To Make A Backyard Putting Green

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Do you wish you could practice your golf game from the privacy and comfort of your own home? You can. Installing a backyard putting green offers homeowners and avid golf fans an ideal opportunity to both enhance the beauty of their property landscapes and potentially lower their handicap. Go into t...

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5 Creative DIY Projects to Add to Your Backyard

5 Creative DIY Projects to Add to Your Backyard

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Build a custom hanging planter Do you enjoy your outdoor patio but just feel like it’s missing something? Look into building a wooden planter to hang on your house for all to see. You may need to have a little carpentry experience or at least know someone who’s willing to help you out. These p...

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4 Common Mistakes on Fertilizing Your Lawn

4 Common Mistakes on Fertilizing Your Lawn

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Having a lush green lawn is a goal of proud homeowners everywhere and the summer is the perfect time to show it off. If you want to host get-togethers and barbeques outside you can’t deny it’s a lot nicer to look out at a green healthy lawn instead of a dry yellow wasteland. It takes some work t...

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Your Lawn’s Soil pH Level & Corrective Lime Treatments

Your Lawn’s Soil pH Level & Corrective Lime Treatments

Friday, April 20, 2018

Too many property owners think that watering, cutting, and fertilizing their grass will automatically turn it green. What they fail to realize is the importance of soil pH level. This key factor will determine how the lawn grows and its appearance. In other words, if you want a lawn that looks full,...

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5 Trees That Thrive in Connecticut & How We Care for Them

5 Trees That Thrive in Connecticut & How We Care for Them

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

 If you want trees that will do well in your yard, it’s best to stick with species that are native to the area. National chain nurseries and home improvement stores don’t necessarily understand the climate and conditions in Connecticut, so you can’t simply trust what they carry. Any of th...

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Check Out The Best Golf Courses in Connecticut!

Check Out The Best Golf Courses in Connecticut!

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Here at Naturally Green, we employ some avid, terrible golfers. But just because we have an inflated handicap doesn’t mean we don’t appreciate a good course! (Not to mention those beautiful greens.) Here are some of our favorite courses around Connecticut, in no particular order. Lake of Isl...

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Winter Showdown: Ice Melt Products vs Your Lawn!

Winter Showdown: Ice Melt Products vs Your Lawn!

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Winter is no day at the beach. It’s grueling, and it damages almost everything that’s not protected. Icy winds snap tree branches. Freezing temperatures drain car batteries. Even when we combat it, there are casualties. Putting ice melt products on the roads will help in keeping ice off, but the...

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How Anti-Desiccants Help Your Trees Get Ready For Winter

How Anti-Desiccants Help Your Trees Get Ready For Winter

Thursday, January 11, 2018

The harsh Connecticut winter season can be devastating to your residential or commercial property. The freezing weather, high winds, and heavy storms can be particularly stressful on your trees and shrubs. As the temperature starts to plummet, you may begin to see the season take its toll on your la...

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Check Out These Fun Holiday Events in New Haven, CT!

Check Out These Fun Holiday Events in New Haven, CT!

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

As a locally owned and operated business, the team here at Naturally Green Lawn Care knows firsthand just how special the New Haven, CT community is. We love how much there is to do, see, and experience here all year round; however, the holiday season brings its unique blend of New Haven magic. New ...

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