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You can count on our expertise. Anthony’s Lawn Care guarantees your satisfaction
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Mulch and Pine straw installations.
Ask us how we can freshen up your beddings with new Mulch. A variety of colors are available in Brown, Red, Black, or Cedar. Pine straw also available to enhance as well!
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Simply Put :-)) Thank you!

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Anthony Lawn Care Receives 2015 Best Businesses of Louisburg Award
Louisburg Award Program Honors the Achievement

Louisburg, February 08, 2016 — Anthony Lawn Care has been selected for the 2015 Best Businesses of Louisburg Award in the Landscaping category by the Best Businesses of Louisburg Award Program.

Each year, the Best Businesses of Louisburg Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Louisburg area a great place to live, work and play.

Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2015 Best Businesses of Louisburg Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Best Businesses of Louisburg Award Program and data provided by third parties.

About the Best Businesses of Louisburg Award Program

The Best Businesses of Louisburg Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Louisburg area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.
SOURCE: Best Businesses of Louisburg Award Program
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Here are three signs that it could be time to aerate your yard:

Your lawn is thinning. If your yard seems to be thinning and you can't trace any other obvious cause, such as a new source of shade or watering changes, the reason may be soil compaction.

Lawn fertilizer doesn't do much good anymore. When soil is highly compacted, the lawn fertilizer nutrients are unable to reach the roots of grass. If you fertilize but don't see much in the way of results, you may have overly compacted soil.

You have a lot of runoff. Overly compacted soil doesn't absorb water as well as soil with space between particles. If you're starting to see more runoff than normal, and more rain or irrigation isn't the cause, you may need to aerate.
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Here are three signs that it could be time to aerate your yard:

Your lawn is thinning. If your yard seems to be thinning and you can't trace any other obvious cause, such as a new source of shade or watering changes, the reason may be soil compaction.

Lawn fertilizer doesn't do much good anymore. When soil is highly compacted, the lawn fertilizer nutrients are unable to reach the roots of grass. If you fertilize but don't see much in the way of results, you may have overly compacted soil.

You have a lot of runoff. Overly compacted soil doesn't absorb water as well as soil with space between particles. If you're starting to see more runoff than normal, and more rain or irrigation isn't the cause, you may need to aerate.
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Summer Vacation and Your Yard
By Anthony Lawn Care, Jul 31 2014 01:08AM
Get Your Lawn Ready for Vacation;

When summer arrives, you may feel it's time to pack up and get out of Dodge for a week or two. Too bad your lawn can't shut down while you're gone. Here are some useful tips to help your lawn get through your summer vacation.

If You'll Be Gone for 1 Week or Less...

When you're going away for a week in the summer, your lawn won't even miss you. Lawns grow more slowly in the heat of summer, so simple preparations will do just fine. Just mow your lawn at the regular height the day before you go. If you water your lawn, be sure to water it deeply the day before you leave.



If You'll Be Away for 2 Weeks or More

Before you go, set your mower down a notch and mow it the day before you leave. When you get back, raise your mower 2 notches before you cut your lawn. Try not to take off more than on third of the grass height at a time. Also, water your lawn deeply the day before you leave if watering is not restricted. Your lawn may go dormant in hot, dry weather while you're away. Not to worry. Going dormant is a healthy coping mechanism for grass. You can water it deeply when you get back. If you'll be gone for more than 2 weeks, you may want to hire a mowing service to cut your grass while you're away.

Summer Vacation and Your Yard
By Anthony Lawn Care, Jul 31 2014 01:08AM
Get Your Lawn Ready for Vacation;

When summer arrives, you may feel it's time to pack up and get out of Dodge for a week or two. Too bad your lawn can't shut down while you're gone. Here are some useful tips to help your lawn get through your summer vacation.

If You'll Be Gone for 1 Week or Less...

When you're going away for a week in the summer, your lawn won't even miss you. Lawns grow more slowly in the heat of summer, so simple preparations will do just fine. Just mow your lawn at the regular height the day before you go. If you water your lawn, be sure to water it deeply the day before you leave.



If You'll Be Away for 2 Weeks or More

Before you go, set your mower down a notch and mow it the day before you leave. When you get back, raise your mower 2 notches before you cut your lawn. Try not to take off more than on third of the grass height at a time. Also, water your lawn deeply the day before you leave if watering is not restricted. Your lawn may go dormant in hot, dry weather while you're away. Not to worry. Going dormant is a healthy coping mechanism for grass. You can water it deeply when you get back. If you'll be gone for more than 2 weeks, you may want to hire a mowing service to cut your grass while you're away.








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