FAQ ‘s

Typically, we suggest dethatching your lawn in either the spring or fall, taking into account the type of grass and location. These seasons are preferable for dethatching as they provide the lawn with increased chances of recovering swiftly from the stress associated with the dethatching procedure.

The best time to water the grass is early in the morning before the temperature and wind speed increase. This allows the water to penetrate the soil and reach the roots before it evaporates. Watering during the middle of the day is not recommended as it leads to excessive evaporation and may cause damage to the grass. Similarly, watering in the evening can create ideal conditions for fungal growth due to the prolonged periods of moisture on the grass blades and soil surface.

The trees on your property are a valuable asset that provide beauty, shade, and take a long time to grow. It’s essential to provide them with proper care and maintenance to ensure their longevity. Our team of pruning specialists can assist you in ensuring that your trees remain healthy and robust.

Yes we offer a weekly grass maintenance Plan. Call Vernon Yard Care to arrange a free quote.

Vernon Yard Care only has certified individuals who use the fertilizer.

Yes Vernon Yard Care always cleans up and takes away all the debris and trash.

Covering your shrubs in burlap during the winter can be beneficial in some cases. Burlap can protect your shrubs from harsh winter winds and freezing temperatures, which can cause damage to the branches and foliage. However, not all shrubs require burlap protection. Shrubs that are hardy in your climate and have been established for a few years are less likely to need burlap protection. On the other hand, young shrubs and those that are borderline hardy in your area may benefit from burlap protection. It’s best to consult with a local gardening expert or nursery to determine if your shrubs would benefit from winter burlap protection.

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Aeration of your lawn is best done in either spring or fall, taking into consideration the grass variety and your geographical location. These seasons are ideal because the soil is typically more moist, allowing for a smoother aeration process that your lawn can handle well.

Depending on the location, grass type, and condition of your lawn, it is recommended to aerate your lawn once or twice a year. Lawns with thin or compacted soil, or heavy thatch, may benefit from two aeration visits per season.