5 Tips to Keep Your Lawn Gorgeous This Summer


I’m back from vacation. Why isn’t my grass as perfect as it was this spring?? 5 Tips to keep your lawn care manicured and the best on the block: 1. For cool season grasses, apply a fertilizer in late spring or early summer. This will allow a consistent sharing of nutrients underground throughout the season, […]

Creating Space for Outdoor Play


Growing up we all hear how good it is for us to be outside soaking up vitamin D and staying active. The great outdoors are called great for a reason. How many times have you told your kids to go play outside since quarantine started!? I’m sure more than you can count and I bet […]

Accelerating Change


Exciting News: Seeds of Change has been selected as one of the REDF Accelerator fellows for 2020! RedF is a one-of-a-kind accelerator. Their mission is to invest in and advise high-impact social enterprises to employ and empower people overcoming barriers to work. How does this help Seeds of Change? As an innovator in East Tennessee, […]

5 Tips to Keep Your Lawn Gorgeous During the Winter


Though the winter is the time of year where the least activity is happening in your yard, there are still a few things you can do to improve the quality of your turf for next season. Also, never forget to make sure your irrigation systems are turned off before, for pipes can freeze. The 5 […]

‘Tis the Season


As we all know, December is a month that should be filled with quality family time, love, and joy. I remember growing up we always had a live tree, which would fill the house with the amazing smell of pine and that brought such a cheerful warmth into the home each year. Now with Christmas […]

No Rake November


It’s that time of year again, the leaves are covering your lawn but there are more on the trees. You’re trying to decide whether it is time to rake them and bag them up now or if you should wait until the rest of them come down as well. Well, the truth is that there […]

October Optical Sensations


Now I think we can all agree that it has been a long, hot summer this year; with that unexpected 3 weeks of drought rolling in at the end of September. But luckily for us, it appears as though fall is finally starting to grace us with her much-appreciated presence.     With all the incredible […]

Remember September Aeration


So what is aeration and why is it so important? Aeration is the process in which several small holes are punctured into the compacted soil which allows for the water, air, and nutrients to get deeper down into the earth. This procedure is most successful when paired with fertilizer, new seed, and lime, which helps […]

August’s Opportunities


August may feel as though fall is starting to roll in. Halloween and fall decor as far as the eye can see. But the truth of the matter is that here in Tennessee, it’s almost just as hot in August as it was in July. So continuing to water your lawn and apply fertilizer is […]

Time for Flowers and fireworks! 07/01/2019


Brown patch disease presents itself as brown and yellow spots that appear on your lawn and can be anywhere from 6 inches to several feet in diameter. It can be a very big issue in the mid to late summer season. Especially when the weather is hot and sticky as it is most likely to […]