TruGreen MidSouth Lawn Care Articles

Interested in learning more about how to care for your lawn? Not sure how lawn care changes with the seasons? Read our blog for the latest information!

February 27, 2020
Spring Lawn in the sun

Spring Lawn Preparation: Top Tips to Get Your Lawn Ready for Spring

With spring just around the corner, it’s a great time of the year to start thinking about lawn maintenance. Starting the year off healthy and prepared ensures your lawn has the best chance at staying healthy all year. Early spring lawn preparation allows you to get ahead of the weeds, pests, and lawn problems that cause countless problems for lawns every year.
February 15, 2020
Fairy Ring

Winter and Spring Lawn Diseases in Mississippi and Louisiana

Late winter and early spring here in the south brings cool temperatures and wet weather. When combined, these two factors can result in the development and […]
January 31, 2020
Tree Care

2020 Tree Care Guide: The Top Tips to Give You the Best Year in Tree Care

2020 doesn’t only have to be about your lawn, you can focus on your trees as well. Your trees are mighty additions to your landscaping and may even be an essential feature of your lawn. Keeping these giants safe and healthy is the least we can do. Here are a few of the top tips to help give you and your trees the best year in tree care.
January 15, 2020
dog and child playing on a lawn

See Green in 2020: How To Make This the Best Year in Lawn Care

2020 is a new year and part of a new decade. It’s the perfect time to set a foundation of health and beauty for your lawn for years to come. 2020 can be the year where you finally start to see some green. Here are a few of the best ways to make this the best year in lawn care.
January 1, 2020
Christmas Tree

Recycle Your Christmas Tree: Top Tips for Christmas Tree Disposal

With the holidays over, it’s time to start thinking about recycling your Christmas tree. Having a live Christmas tree is a delight during the holidays, but […]
December 9, 2019
white gift box with a red ribbon

3 Reasons Why Lawn Care From TruGreen is the Perfect Holiday Gift

Are you looking for the perfect holiday gift that’s both unique and thoughtful? Try lawn care services from TruGreen Midsouth. A lawn care program from TruGreen […]
November 26, 2019
Asian Lady Beetle

Fall Pest Prevention: Don’t Let the Bugs Ruin the Holidays

Nothing ruins the holidays quite like a pest infestation. Fall pest prevention is a great way to keep those opportunistic bugs out of your home. Cooler […]
November 19, 2019
fall tree with orange leaves

Fall Tree Care: Your Guide to Healthy Trees This Fall

Fall here in Louisiana is the perfect time for tree care. As the temperatures drop, our trees will go dormant. During this dormant time, energy is sent to the root systems where they will grow and strengthen for the winter ahead. Here are a few fall tree care tips to help your trees prepare for winter.
October 28, 2019

The Keys to Fall Weed Control: Pre-Emergent and BroadLeaf Weed Control

Maintaining a lush and healthy lawn means keeping it free of weeds, all year long. Weeds are opportunistic, quick-growing plants. They grow quicker than grass, take […]
October 23, 2019
Mosquito Swarm

Fall Mosquito Control: The Fight Isn’t Over

Protecting our backyards from these dangerous pests sometimes feels like a full-time job. With these fall mosquito control tips, you’ll be able to get ahead of the mosquitoes and make the job a bit easier.
September 17, 2019
Box Elder Bugs

How To Keep Pests Out Of Your Home

Fall is around the corner and that means rodents and insects are on the move in search of a warm place to sleep and breed this winter. If you aren’t careful, your house could turn into a hotel for unwanted visitors. Follow these fall pest control tips from TruGreen to ensure your house remains a pest-free zone.
September 12, 2019
Tree Love

Summer Tree Care Guide for Healthy Trees

Trees are not only permanent features of our landscapes, they also provide shelter for wildlife, shade on hot summer days, and clean air. So it’s no […]