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Learning to care for your lawn and other yard tasks can be daunting. Learn to tackle your lawn one step at a time by reading our articles on finding which products are best for you.
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Protect pipes and valves from damaging freezes and thaws.

This bright green creeper loves moisture so much, it can steal water away from your lawn.
Oxalis, or wood sorrel, is a common weed found in lawns.
It looks nice and green, but it could be smothering your grass.
Grass clippings aren't just good for the yard. They're great for making natural dyes, too!
If your grass turns brown and lifts out easily when pulled, you may have this root-chewing pest.
Broadleaf weeds are tough, aggressive plants that pounce on any weak areas in your yard.
Used correctly, mulch keeps weeds from getting the light and warmth they need to survive.
Find out if those straw-colored patches are dollar spot—and what to do if they are.
Have the grass blades on your lawn begun to look like they've been coated with rust? Here's
This weed can multiply and steal the nitrogen out of your soil. Get tips to kick it out of your lawn.
Continue your nomadic lifestyle at home, even when the temperature drops.