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The Most Common Trees in Delaware

Published on: May 20, 2020

Delaware is full of beautiful trees surrounding your landscaping and other environments throughout the state. There are more than a few common trees that have made their mark by being extremely abundant. It may be hard to know which tree can be right for your property, especially when you don’t know which trees complement your […]

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Three Fun Garden Landscape Designs to Spruce Up for Spring

Published on: April 24, 2020

When spring weather comes around, it motivates everyone to get out and enjoy their surrounding views. That’s when it can become evident that your property’s landscape might be looking a little less appealing than the previous year, and it needs some serious attention.  Whether it’s the look of your neighbor’s homes that inspire you or […]

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Spring Lawn Care Services to Make Your Lawn Pop

Published on: March 30, 2020

Spring is finally here, and alov ng with the sunshine and backyard barbeques comes the long awaited spring cleaning. It might seem like spring cleaning only applies to the interior of your home, but in reality, it applies to the exterior just as much. An outdoor spring clean up can make your home feel brand new, keep weeds under control, cause your grass to flourish, and make your garden pop.

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4 of the Worst Forms of Winter Kill Affecting Lawns in Delaware

Published on: February 27, 2020

Here in Delaware, we’re no strangers to frigid winters. While we may be able to head inside to avoid the winter weather, our lawns are not so lucky. Delaware winters take their toll on our lawns, often resulting in winter kill. Winter kill just means that something has caused your grass health decline and your grass to die. It happens to countless people every year and can even happen to you! Here are 4 of the worst forms of winter kill affecting lawns in Delaware.

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The Top 3 Lawn Care Tips: Get a Healthy Lawn in 2020

Published on: January 21, 2020

With the new year comes a new opportunity to start fresh on your lawn care. 2020 could be the year when you finally get that beautiful, healthy lawn. If you need a little help getting started, then the folks at Quality Cut Lawn Service can help. Here are the top 3 lawn care tips for 2020.

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Give the Gift of a Lush, Green Lawn With a Lawn Care Program

Published on: December 23, 2019

While everyone is scouring department stores and the internet for the best holiday gift, here at Quality Cut Lawn Service, we’ve already found it. The best holiday gift is a lawn care program from Quality Cut Lawn Service. What’s better than giving someone the peace of mind, knowing that their lawn will be healthy, beautiful, […]

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Lawn Care Equipment Winterization: Top Tips for Equipment Maintenance

Published on: November 26, 2019

With winter quickly approaching, it’s time to prepare your lawn care equipment for the winter. Winterization of your lawn care equipment is essential after a year of heavy use. Lawnmowers, leaf blowers, edgers, and other tools need to be properly maintained to extend their lifetime. We’ve put together a list of the top tips for lawn care equipment winterization so you can protect and get the most out of your equipment.

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The Benefits of Fall Leaf Removal

Published on: October 28, 2019

The air has gotten colder, days have gotten shorter, and we have been ready for football for quite some time. Mid-fall is here, and with it, beautiful fall foliage. But when the leaves fall, they can wreak havoc on both the roads and your lawn.

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Fall Cleanup: Prepare Your Delaware Lawn For Fall

Published on: September 30, 2019

As we say goodbye to the warmth of summer and await the approach of winter, you are probably not as thrilled about doing yard work as you once were. Many people think that just because the growing season is coming to an end, so does yard work. The choices you make for your yard now […]

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The Importance of Aerating and Overseeding

Published on: August 28, 2019

As the days start to get shorter we inch closer and closer to the cooler temperatures of fall. During the intense dry summer, your yard probably has experienced a lot of stress and is beginning to show signs of damage.

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Boost Your Curb Appeal With These Summer Lawn Care Tips

Published on: July 25, 2019

Keeping your lawn looking good is hard work, especially during the dog days of summer. The amount of attention you pay to your yard now will determine its performance for the rest of the year and into the next.

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Dangerous Plants to Avoid in Your Backyard

Published on: June 27, 2019

There is danger lurking in the overgrown and wooded areas on your property. I’m not talking about spiders, snakes, or any other creature; I’m talking about poisonous plants.

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