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Spring Lawn Prep 101
According to the legendary groundhog Punxsutawney Phil, we have an early spring coming our way. It’s time to suit up, polish your
Do’s & Don’ts: Scalping Your Lawn
You’ve had to suffer through looking at brown grass all winter long. It’s time for your lush lawn to reappear th
Why Spring is the Best Season
Winter has melted away and spring has blossomed. Spring is the season of growth and change, not just in nature but in hu
Have you noticed that your lawn is uneven? Does your lawnmower glide across your yard like a figure skater or bounce along scalping your turf from tim
Cooler weather, pumpkin spice everything and Saturday football is here! - even winter. Arguably, fall is the most important season of the year in ter
One day you might notice that your grass isn’t growing in some spots or your plants look a little differently and think, “what did I do wrong?” Diseas
This time of year homeowners should begin inspecting their lawns for fall armyworms. We have already had some reports in the Birmingham area in mid-Ju
Dear Wayne's Lawn Care Customers,
The Birmingham Water Works has announced we are now in Stage 4 “Extreme Drought Emergency.”
The restriction allows h
Remember that moment in class when you thought, “I will never use this in real life.” Well, that was my thought when it was time to learn the elements
Seeing weeds even though you've applied pre-emergent? Did you know pre-emergent primarily target weeds generated from seeds? You could be battling per
Dollar Spot Alert!
Lawns in our service areas have recently been attacked by a disease called Dollar Spot. It is the most widespread turf disease that
Left, Left, Left, Right, Left…
Now is the time homeowners should begin inspecting their lawns for Fall Armyworms. We have already received reports of
Have you ever walked outside to check the mail and noticed a ring of dark green or dead grass in your lawn? Did you think it was something out of a sc
We have all seen the goofy looking shoe accessory you're supposed to wear on your walk to pick up the Sunday newspaper; unfortunately, that method jus
Our #1 priority is to keep you, your family, and your pets safe as we deliver a World Class service experience. To deliver on that promise, it’s impor
North / Central Alabama experienced its first “real frost” this morning. This means the temperatures were cold enough and winds were light enough that
Lawn maintenance changes drastically depending on the season. The climate in which your lawn resides is a key factor in choosing a maintenance schedul
Chances are you’ve put a great deal of work into your lawn this year and it looks a-MAZ-ing! You’ve fought the droughts of last year and the floods we
Preparing your lawn for summer starts in the spring and requires equal parts waiting and prep work. The grass will naturally begin to emerge with the
As long as your lawn is still actively growing, be sure to mow every 5 to 7 days. As the turf’s growth begins to slow, this time frame can be stretche
October 2016 Water Restrictions
At Waynes, we support the local municipalities’ decision to restrict the amount of water in accordance with the Birmin
How Many times have you been sitting outside enjoying the crisp spring weather and out of the corner of your eye…you spot a tiny, red dot scurry acros
Summer is here and the temperatures are on the rise! When you are outside in the hot sun, you get thirsty and tired, right? Your lawn is the same way!
What do the recent heavy rains mean for my lawn this spring?
The recent copious amounts of rain in the Southeast have in some cases set historical rec
As the temperature begins to cool, your lawn will eventually require less watering. However, continue your set schedule of 1-2 times per week, only sl
Are beetles flying around your landscape this summer? Even eating your crepe myrtles, roses, maples, elms, grapes? Did you know beetles are
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