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What Liming your Lawn means and 5 Reasons why you Should be doing it

Kingsport, TN When you think about lime, we won’t judge you if margaritas came to mind first. But, that’s not the type of lime we are talking about today. We are referring to a lawn care supplement that improves the acidity of your soil. What is lime? Lime is essentially limestone that is broken down into particles that can be …

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Caring for your Lawn during the Winter Frost

Kingsport, TN The cold temperatures in the winter can be damaging for your lawn due to frost collecting on the blades of grass. Although it can be a sparkly sight to see when the sunlight hits the ice particles, it can damage your lawn if you do not monitor your lawn’s condition through winter. From pets and kids to lawn …

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What to consider when building a Custom Fire Pit

Kingsport, TN In the past, a wood burning fire pit was a simple and cost-effective way to introduce a fire feature for your outdoor activities. As outdoor living spaces have changed over the years, so has the design of modern fire pits. At Promier Landscapes, we have a team of people who can help you design your new dream landscape …

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Five ways to Enhance your Landscape this Fall

Kingsport, TN The daily work required to maintain your landscape may be over until springtime, but your lawn and garden still need some special attention during the fall. Even as the temperatures drop and the colorful summer blooms have fallen, there still is work to be done so that your landscape is ready for spring. That’s why Promier Landscapes suggests …

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Tips for Recovering your Lawn this Fall

Kingsport, TN The harsh summer sun and heat are long gone, and it’s officially fall. During the dog days of summer, your lawn could have suffered minor or even major damage from a lack of hydration and harsh temperatures. As the cooler temps settle in during the fall months, your lawn begins to recuperate and prepare for the winter and …

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For Brighter Garden Beds in Spring, Plant Bulbs in the Fall

Kingsport, TN If you’re a home gardener, walking out your door on a spring morning to see a garden bed full of nondescript dirt can be a real downer. Yes, your flowers will bloom spectacularly by the summer, but during the spring, they’re busy growing under the surface of the soil. Now for the good news: your garden doesn’t have …

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4 Fall Decor Ideas for your Outdoor Space

Kingsport, TN The beautiful orange, red, and yellow hues are everywhere as fall settles in before the arrival of the holiday season. When the weather changes, our outdoor living spaces do as well. Whether creating a festive environment for a party filled with guests or to simply change the look of your outdoor space for your own personal use, adding …

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Fall Lawn Pests and Diseases and what to do about them

Kingsport, TN The autumn season brings so many changes to your lawn. Although beautiful leaves blow across the grass, some changes are not so beautiful. Even when the weather is cooler, pests and diseases can infiltrate an otherwise healthy lawn. When you have an invasion, call Promier Landscapes to find out how we can help you. Powdery Mildew Although the …

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November Lawn Care Tips

Kingsport, TN It’s finally cooling down. The extra sun and heat are fading, which means your plants will be growing less feverishly. However, that doesn’t mean your yard will chill out. Promier Landscapes finds that lots of people believe their yard magically will care for itself when the summer months wane, but they end up with much harder-to-handle work in …

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Why Fall is the best time to Plant Trees

Kingsport, TN You’ve been considering planting a tree for some time now, but fall is here, the weather has started to turn cold, and you might think it is too late. Guess what? That is one of the most common misconceptions made about planting trees. Lots of people assume that, because it’s fall, it will be too cold for you …