Citizen Soldiers

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Written by Jake T. Johnson, USMC Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ. Galatians 6:2 As is the tradition around here, whenever a patriotic holiday comes around they open up the storage shed out back where they keep me and lure me out and strap me to… Read more »

Crape Myrtle Bark Scale

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We’ve seen a huge influx of Crape Myrtle Bark Scale this year and it’s becoming a big problem and you may want to know what it is and how it can be treated. Crape Myrtle Bark Scale is a fairly new insect problem in our area that’s just developed specifically on Crape Myrtles in the… Read more »

5 Places to Celebrate the 4th of July this Year

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Every year families across the country gather together to watch fireworks light up the night sky in honor of our nation’s birth. North Carolina has an incredible fireworks selection throughout the state, complimented by fun family festivities to enjoy before the show. LawnAmerica has picked out some of the best places to go and celebrate… Read more »

What You Can do to Help Protect the Pollinators

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The news has been buzzing about the decline of our bee populations, and the dramatic consequences their loss could have globally. According to pollinator.org, an estimated 1/3 of all foods and beverages are made possible by pollinators which is nearly $20 billion worth of products annually. Without bees, the produce section would be a lot… Read more »

Remembering the Heroes on Memorial Day

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by: Jake Johnson The word “hero” is thrown around these days a great deal. Usually the word follows some sort of tragic event where individuals did something unselfish to save other people and putting themselves in harm’s way. Sometimes it’s the guy returning home from war with a chest full of medals and ribbons or… Read more »

How to Control Dandelions in your Carolina Lawn

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It’s spring and every year tiny little yellow flowers start popping up all over the place. In a matter of days, children believe they can make wishes once they turn into white puffballs. But Carolina homeowners find these flowers to be nothing more than a nuisance.Dandelions are common weeds throughout the country, but thankfully LawnAmerica… Read more »

Blooming Azaleas in November?

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It’s early November in Carolina, and our azaleas in our front landscape are in full bloom! What’s up with that? With such a long stretch of warm weather into mid and now late fall, some plants such as my azaleas think it’s springtime I guess. It can be normal for some varieties to show a… Read more »