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When you’ve mulched the last of the leaves, your fall lawn care isn’t quite done. This transition time from your lawn’s active growth to its healthy dormancy is when you need to take some extra care to help prepare it for next year’s growth.

“For generations, lawns have served as Americans’ natural playgrounds,” said Ben Hamza, Ph.D., director of technical operations at TruGreen, the nation’s largest professional lawn care service. “Because of the annual wear and tear lawns receive, homeowners’ lawns and landscapes can benefit greatly from proper care during the fall as roots continue active growth and store reserves needed for next spring’s growth spurt.”

Here are the things you need to do now in order to prepare your lawn and your landscaping for the dormant winter months.

When you’ve mulched the last of the leaves, your fall lawn care isn’t quite done. This transition time from your lawn’s active growth to its healthy dormancy is when you need to take some extra care to help prepare it for next year’s growth.

“For generations, lawns have served as Americans’ natural playgrounds,” said Ben Hamza, Ph.D., director of technical operations at TruGreen, the nation’s largest professional lawn care service. “Because of the annual wear and tear lawns receive, homeowners’ lawns and landscapes can benefit greatly from proper care during the fall as roots continue active growth and store reserves needed for next spring’s growth spurt.”

Here are the things you need to do now in order to prepare your lawn and your landscaping for the dormant winter months.

When you’ve mulched the last of the leaves, your fall lawn care isn’t quite done. This transition time from your lawn’s active growth to its healthy dormancy is when you need to take some extra care to help prepare it for next year’s growth.

“For generations, lawns have served as Americans’ natural playgrounds,” said Ben Hamza, Ph.D., director of technical operations at TruGreen, the nation’s largest professional lawn care service. “Because of the annual wear and tear lawns receive, homeowners’ lawns and landscapes can benefit greatly from proper care during the fall as roots continue active growth and store reserves needed for next spring’s growth spurt.”

Here are the things you need to do now in order to prepare your lawn and your landscaping for the dormant winter months.

When you’ve mulched the last of the leaves, your fall lawn care isn’t quite done. This transition time from your lawn’s active growth to its healthy dormancy is when you need to take some extra care to help prepare it for next year’s growth.

“For generations, lawns have served as Americans’ natural playgrounds,” said Ben Hamza, Ph.D., director of technical operations at TruGreen, the nation’s largest professional lawn care service. “Because of the annual wear and tear lawns receive, homeowners’ lawns and landscapes can benefit greatly from proper care during the fall as roots continue active growth and store reserves needed for next spring’s growth spurt.”

Here are the things you need to do now in order to prepare your lawn and your landscaping for the dormant winter months.

When you’ve mulched the last of the leaves, your fall lawn care isn’t quite done. This transition time from your lawn’s active growth to its healthy dormancy is when you need to take some extra care to help prepare it for next year’s growth.

“For generations, lawns have served as Americans’ natural playgrounds,” said Ben Hamza, Ph.D., director of technical operations at TruGreen, the nation’s largest professional lawn care service. “Because of the annual wear and tear lawns receive, homeowners’ lawns and landscapes can benefit greatly from proper care during the fall as roots continue active growth and store reserves needed for next spring’s growth spurt.”

Here are the things you need to do now in order to prepare your lawn and your landscaping for the dormant winter months.

When you’ve mulched the last of the leaves, your fall lawn care isn’t quite done. This transition time from your lawn’s active growth to its healthy dormancy is when you need to take some extra care to help prepare it for next year’s growth.

“For generations, lawns have served as Americans’ natural playgrounds,” said Ben Hamza, Ph.D., director of technical operations at TruGreen, the nation’s largest professional lawn care service. “Because of the annual wear and tear lawns receive, homeowners’ lawns and landscapes can benefit greatly from proper care during the fall as roots continue active growth and store reserves needed for next spring’s growth spurt.”

Here are the things you need to do now in order to prepare your lawn and your landscaping for the dormant winter months.

When you’ve mulched the last of the leaves, your fall lawn care isn’t quite done. This transition time from your lawn’s active growth to its healthy dormancy is when you need to take some extra care to help prepare it for next year’s growth.

“For generations, lawns have served as Americans’ natural playgrounds,” said Ben Hamza, Ph.D., director of technical operations at TruGreen, the nation’s largest professional lawn care service. “Because of the annual wear and tear lawns receive, homeowners’ lawns and landscapes can benefit greatly from proper care during the fall as roots continue active growth and store reserves needed for next spring’s growth spurt.”

Here are the things you need to do now in order to prepare your lawn and your landscaping for the dormant winter months.

When you’ve mulched the last of the leaves, your fall lawn care isn’t quite done. This transition time from your lawn’s active growth to its healthy dormancy is when you need to take some extra care to help prepare it for next year’s growth.

“For generations, lawns have served as Americans’ natural playgrounds,” said Ben Hamza, Ph.D., director of technical operations at TruGreen, the nation’s largest professional lawn care service. “Because of the annual wear and tear lawns receive, homeowners’ lawns and landscapes can benefit greatly from proper care during the fall as roots continue active growth and store reserves needed for next spring’s growth spurt.”

Here are the things you need to do now in order to prepare your lawn and your landscaping for the dormant winter months.

When you’ve mulched the last of the leaves, your fall lawn care isn’t quite done. This transition time from your lawn’s active growth to its healthy dormancy is when you need to take some extra care to help prepare it for next year’s growth.

“For generations, lawns have served as Americans’ natural playgrounds,” said Ben Hamza, Ph.D., director of technical operations at TruGreen, the nation’s largest professional lawn care service. “Because of the annual wear and tear lawns receive, homeowners’ lawns and landscapes can benefit greatly from proper care during the fall as roots continue active growth and store reserves needed for next spring’s growth spurt.”

Here are the things you need to do now in order to prepare your lawn and your landscaping for the dormant winter months.


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