Fall Lawn Recovery
Summer is the most stressful time of year for our lawn. Our cool-season grasses do not appreciate multiple days above 100 degrees. The good news is that late summer and early fall are the optimal time for our lawns to recover and in this article I will outline the multi-step process.
Improving a Lawn for Maximum Curb Appeal
First impressions go a long way especially when you’re selling your home. One way you can greatly increase the curb appeal of your home is to have a stunning lawn. Regardless of whether your lawn looks terrible or only needs a little sprucing up, Zamzows can help!
Zamzows Huma Green & Zamzows Lawn Food – Better Together
How To Control Chinch Bugs
Controlling Quack Grass in the Lawn
Proper Mowing Height.
Killing Clover and Thistles in Your Lawn
Preventing Heat Stress in Your Lawn
Idaho is unique in more ways than one. We are considered part of the Pacific Northwest; however, we don’t share many of the qualities often associated with the region. Our winters are cold and often dry. Spring changes quickly to summer, and rainfall is drastically less than the rest of Pacific Northwest. In reality, we’re a northwest and southern climate blend. This creates some interesting challenges for our lawns to overcome.