Winter Effects on Lawns
Unless you were hibernating, you have noticed that Central Indiana has experienced a tough winter! These conditions can have serious consequences for your lawn. Even the best lawns may succumb to the ice and snow. Damage from Ice Ice can build up and smother your lawn. Ice often forms when snow melts and the temperature drops […]
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Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King Jr. was born in 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. King, a Baptist minister and civil-rights activist, had a seismic impact on race relations in the United States, beginning in the mid-1950s. Among his many efforts, King headed the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
Time to Schedule Lawn Maintenance
Don’t let the snow on the ground fool you! It is time to think about how you want to want to care for the grass underneath that snow. Check out the lawn maintenance services Deater Brothers offers. https://www.deaterbrothers.com/services/landscape-maintenance/ Call now if you are ready to sign up for the best lawn care in central Indiana!
Central Indiana is in for a cold and snowy weekend. Be safe and stay warm! If you have to go out, be sure to bundle up. If you prefer to stay inside, let our professionals come help remove snow from your driveways and sidewalks.
Did you know that about 12% of Earth’s land surface is covered in snow and ice. That seemed to double this year across most of the US! Central Indiana is due for warmer weather this week. However, if you need something to keep your optimism up, here is a countdown until spring!
Happy New Year
May this new year bring the best for you and your loved ones!
Eat for Prosperity for the New Year
There are many superstitions about how to bring luck for the new year. Who knows if they work or not. It doesn’t matter with this one because this one is mighty tasty! Corned beef and cabbage on New Year’s is associated with the fortune you should hope for in the coming year. – Indy Star […]
Lost in the Storm
Each winter in the U.S., at least 1 septillion ice crystals fall from the sky. That’s 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000—24 zeros! –15 Incredibly Cool Facts About Snow
Build a Great Snowman
What winter lawn is complete without a snowman? Let physics be your guide to building the best snowman. The Smithsonian has a guide just for you. Looking at snowman-building as a way to teach basic engineering principles, students at Bluefield State College in West Virginia suggest that the optimal diameter ratio for the snowballs is 3:2:1 from […]