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How To Attract Butterflies To Your Garden

Posted on July 25th, 2019

There’s nothing more majestic than watching butterflies flit about in your garden, sunning themselves on your flowers. These occurrences are cherished because catching them visiting your garden is rare. But, if you design your gardens in a way that is more inviting to butterflies, you will see them much more and they might even decide […]

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Tree Care: A Guide for Healthy Trees Year-Round

Posted on July 18th, 2019

As we tend to our landscapes this summer, fending off pests and weeds, it’s easy to overlook the most dominant features of our yard: the trees. Trees look strong but there are a number of diseases and pests that can cause a lot of damage or even kill your trees if you’re not careful. Keep […]

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Keep Your Trees Healthy: Fruit Tree Diseases in Massachusetts

Posted on June 25th, 2019

Fruit trees are a great way to spruce up your yard and add a bit of interest. Nothing’s better than walking out into your backyard and picking a fresh peach or apple. Whether you causally grow fruit trees or grow them to sell, you want to protect them from the myriad of diseases that can […]

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Keep Your Lawn Green: How to Choose the Right Irrigation System

Posted on June 12th, 2019

You put a lot of time into your lawn and garden, spent bundles on lawn care, flowers, trees, and shrubs. Now you need to maintain your investment. If you don’t have a method to water all of your plants, then you’re going to be in trouble, especially if you live in areas prone to drought. […]

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Which Type of Fertilizer is Best For My Lawn?

Posted on June 5th, 2019

Applying fertilizer to your lawn is one of the most important lawn-care tasks you’ll take on this spring. By feeding your lawn the important nutrients provided by fertilizer, you’re preparing it to thrive throughout the growing season. But which type of fertilizer is best for my lawn? There are slow-release fertilizers and quick-release fertilizers. There […]

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A Guide To Spring Thatch Control

Posted on May 7th, 2019

Thatch is an intermingled blend of dead grass stems, shoots, and roots, which gather between the soil and the grass, causing an abundance of problems. For example, thatch makes it difficult for important nutrients like air, water, and fertilizer to penetrate your grass’ root systems, which in turn affects growth. So how do you deal […]

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How To Identify And Prevent Spring Lawn Pests

Posted on April 18th, 2019

A lush, healthy lawn is a delightful thing. It looks good, feels good, and it plays a key role in bringing your landscape together, giving your home that pristine look. Unfortunately, it’s around this time each year where your lawn can play victim to lawn pests, who can quickly turn your grass from lush and […]

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Massachusetts Spring Cleanup Checklist

Posted on April 4th, 2019

Spring has arrived in Massachusetts and us gardeners and homeowners are getting back to work in our yards. After the long, tough winter it’s time to repair the damage to our lawns and start to plan this year’s yard maintenance. At Turf Unlimted we are here to help by providing this list of tips to […]

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Lawn Diseases in Massachusetts

Posted on March 21st, 2019

Having a lush, beautiful lawn is the dream of most homeowners. Unfortunately, lawn diseases can really take their toll on your grass and green spaces. Here are the top 5 lawn diseases to watch for in Massachusetts. Brown Patch Too much water can be a bad thing when conditions are right. The hot, moist weather […]

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Identifying Common Tree and Shrub Insects

Posted on March 6th, 2019

Spring is one of the best times of the year. Your trees, shrubs, and plants are waking up from winter dormancy, and they’re getting ready to burst to life! Unfortunately, they’re not the only things waking up from winter dormancy. Overwintering insects are waking up too, and if you’re not prepared, they can wreak havoc […]

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