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One of the areas every homeowner should aim to be proud of is the garden. Gardens are spaces that bring a relaxing effect and tending to it is considered therapeutic by millions of people, especially in big areas like Texas. An article posted on TheEagle.com discusses how putting compost improves the quality of soil:

“Good, healthy soil is alive, it is full of microscopic and macroscopic life — bacteria, fungi, earthworms and insects — that support plant growth. Compost can add these organisms that aerate soils, suppress diseases and breakdown organic matter into available plant nutrients.

Compost attracts earthworms and provides them with a healthy diet. The presence of earthworms, centipedes, sow bugs, and other soil critters indicates that compost is a healthy living material. The presence of these important decomposers indicates a balanced soil ecology, or, as a gardener friend says when he sees a quantity of earthworms in soil, “you’ve got good soil”.

Though adding compost will benefit your garden, it is still not enough. To achieve a garden that will really stand out, you must first be able to establish a solid foundation through exceptional lawn care in Plano, TX. Here are some of the fundamental aspects that will turn your lawn from average to grand.

compost good to incorporate into your lawn care

Weeding them out

One of the biggest hurdles that prevent homeowners from attaining healthy lawns is weeds. Effective weed control is crucial if you want you lawn and garden to flourish. Trusted landscape specialists like Pro Cut Lawncare and Landscaping offer comprehensive Plano lawn service options that include eliminating the weeds that take the nutrients away from your grass.

Maintenance is key

Preserve the beauty of your garden by hiring a lawn care company that offers maintenance services that include pruning shrubs and bushes, blowing off debris on the hard surfaces, and edging the landscape beds, among others.


(Article Information and Image from Compost good to incorporate into your lawn care, The Eagle, January 17, 2014)