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3 Spring Lawn Care Tips

3 Spring Lawn Care Tips

The sun is shining and birds are chirping – spring is about to be sprung! Here in Indiana, we’re anxious to get outside and soak up the rays. But along with nicer weather, of course, comes lawn maintenance. Taking the proper steps in the springtime can ensure a beautiful, green lawn during the summer months. […]

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It's Time for Fall Aeration

Schedule Aeration Services Today!

Fall is right around the corner here in Indiana, so it’s time to schedule your aeration services with Greenworks Lawn Care. Aeration is the practice of punching small plugs or cores into the lawn in order to create openings in the turf to allow water and air to penetrate the soil. Aeration is a very […]

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Indiana Lawn Care

Lawn Care Problems Commonly Found in Indiana

Across our great Nation, different states have different issues when it comes to lawn care. Things like temperature, precipitation, and soil quality vary greatly from state to state, so it makes sense that lawn care needs would also differ. In Indiana, our climate and soil are perfect for growing corn and soybeans, but maintaining a […]

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Lawn Care Myths

3 Lawn Care Myths Debunked!

Achieving a lush, green lawn can sometimes feel like a full-time job. Between the mowing, weed eating, and fertilizing, you may feel like there is always work to be done. If you’re starting to feel overwhelmed with your lawn care, it can be tempting to try a few tricks that might make for quicker and […]

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Spring Lawn Care Tips

3 Steps to the Perfect Spring Lawn

Step outside and take a deep breath in, because spring is finally on its way in Indiana. Say goodbye to the never-ending winter months and hello to green grass, blooming flowers, and blue skies. There is something hopeful about spring, and our team at Greenworks Lawn Care is just as excited as you are! However, […]

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Spring Lawn Care

Start Thinking about Your Summer Lawn Now!

Well folks, we’ve survived another brutal Indiana winter. Though freezing temperatures and snow may still be in our near future, spring is just over the horizon and it’s time to start readying your lawn for summer. If your lawn is looking patchy, weedy, and not very green now, chances are you’ll have the same problem […]

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Fall Lawn Care

5 Fall Maintenance Tips for Your Lawn

As summer begins to fade away, it can be tempting to put away all the tools and neglect your lawn until springtime. Many homeowners think their lawn needs less care in the fall since the grass grows more slowly. But take note! Fall is an important time to maintain your grass and get it healthy […]

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How to Fix Thin, Patchy Grass

Has your home been plagued with a patchy lawn? At Greenworks Lawn Care, serving communities in Carmel and beyond, we know that patchy grass isn’t a permanent phase for your yard if the right lawn care services are applied. Fortunately, these helpful lawn repair methods can transform a thin plot of grass into a lush […]

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3 Tips for Revitalizing Your Lawn This Spring

Without any sunshine and warmth, winter can really wreak havoc on our lawns, especially in Indiana where the temperature tends to fluctuate. Cure your lawn of the winter blues, and get it in tip-top shape for the changing season. Here’s how our professionals at Greenworks Lawn Care can revitalize your lawn for the spring with […]

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How Aeration Helps Soil with Clay Concentrations

Did you know that many of the areas surrounding Indianapolis—such as Zionsville, Brownsburg, Fishers, and Noblesville—have soil with very high clay concentrations? This means that your soil may be compacted more than regular soil, which can cause problems such as a lack of water and nutrients. At Greenworks Lawn Care, we solve this problem with […]

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