Even though it is just the beginning of August (and the country is still in the midst of a heat wave) it will be time to start thinking about tackling a not-so-glamorous yard project—RAKING LEAVES! If you have a lawn that is wooded or contains even a few trees, you probably have a firm plan or routine for cleaning up leaves. Whether it is raking them into small piles and picking up one leaf pile at a time, or using a leaf blower to corral the leaves into a large pile to be dragged off on a tarp, neither tactic is easy or efficient. Read on for more fall lawn care tips. Continue reading
Summer Lawn Tips | BrinlyU
It’s Summer time which means to raise your mower deck to the highest level. This helps keep your grass protected from heat and levels of drought, trapping moisture. This not only can trap moisture, but can block sunlight from the weeds, which helps your lawn look green and healthy in the dry months. Keep your grass nourished by watering as needed.
Compliment your green lawn by dressing up your landscaping with mulch or rock. Our new utility carts can get the job done more conveniently, making it easier to transport material.
To say KY Derby week is exciting is an understatement. It’s the most exciting time in the state and the king of all horse racing.
Horse racing buffs from all over the country will have their opinion, but it’s also not an understatement to say Churchill Downs is the prettiest track in the country – from the twin spires, the infield, its large renovated areas, down to its lush grounds both on track and off including the beautiful Paddock area with tulips and knockout roses abundant.
The man responsible for the track and grounds, longtime track superintendent Butch Lehr, will be retiring after some 45 years of successful grounds maintenance. You can read the article on Churchill Downs’ site.
We understand why people spend so much time chasing aspirations of the perfect lawn, just as Butch did. And we hope our lawn attachments help those achieve these results. With spring time in full swing, if you haven’t already done so, it’s time to dethatch, sweep and feed your lawn with a push spreader or tow spreader.
Springtime is obviously a great time to spread seed and plant. Temperatures have been unusually warm across the country these past several weeks. And if you’re like us, you’re already tinkering around out in the yard and garden. If you’re like us, you’re just itching to get out in the sun for some springtime seeding.
The question is however, is it too early? Continue reading
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For the past several months, we’ve been hard at work on our new website, Brinly University. We hope that our new site will provide you with the most in-depth information on how to maintain a beautiful, healthy lawn and garden.
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