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You’ve got your pumpkin spice in one hand and fuzzy socks on your feet, which means it’s finally fall. You’re betting you can stop worrying about your lawn because there's no such thing as fall lawn care. With grass still growing until the first hard frost and leaves threatening to choke your lawn, fall lawn care is as important as growing season lawn care. Leaving your lawn up to nature will result in a costly spring cleanup. If for some reason you’re trying to save money and nurture a healthy lawn in the spring, take the time to work on your lawn right now and dispel any myths you might have heard.   Myth: Keeping my

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It’s almost dinnertime, the kids are fighting over the iPad, the dog is barking wildly -- the whole house is stirring. You come out of the kitchen and set down a colorful salad with greens grown in your community garden. Suddenly, everything stops -- dinner is ready.   Okay, so maybe there’s no community garden just yet and the kids are surreptitiously feeding salad bits to the dog. You can alter your supermarket salad reality and start your own community garden. Whether it’s for bragging rights or just to have pride in your own green thumb, get started right now to have a bountiful harvest before the year is up.     I

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Imagine you have a beard. Then imagine that beard starts taking over your entire face, engulfing your eyes, mouth, and nose. Then it starts attaching itself to other people’s faces. Sounds like the plot of a bad horror movie, right? Well, having a monster beard is a lot like having an overgrown lawn - without trenching the edges, it can not only ruin the appearance of your yard, but grass can leak onto other people’s property. Landscape edging is an easy way to clean up your lawn and keep it under control. So it doesn’t turn into some low budget sci-fi film. What is Edging? It’s exactly what it sounds like. Lawn edging is creating

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