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By Eden / April 19, 2017

The Benefits of grass over hardscaping

In honor of Lawn Care Month, we're looking at the many benefits of having a large yard full of grass...

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By Eden / April 7, 2017

Top 7 Stats About America’s Love Affair with their Lawn

April is National Lawn Care Month so it is a great time to think about what your lawn and landscape...

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By Eden / April 7, 2017

Lawn Myths and Realities: from Watering to Fertilizing

Have you ever wondered when the right time to apply fertilizer to your yard is or whether it’s ok to...

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By Eden / April 4, 2017

Eden News: A Fresh Start to Spring!

It's spring cleaning time, and that means a whole new look on EdenApp.com including an even easier way to order...

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By Eden / March 30, 2017

How to Give your Neighbours Lawn Envy

Have you ever felt green with lawn envy? You see your neighbours' yard with lush green grass for miles with...

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By Eden / March 28, 2017

Top 5 Benefits of Outsourcing your Lawn Maintenance

You may already outsource your house cleaning, but have you considered also outsourcing your lawn care and general lawn maintenance,...

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By Eden / March 21, 2017

Why Your Yard Needs an Early Spring Cleanup

It's time to think about a spring cleanup! While the snow is still not quite melted, Spring is definitely in...

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By Eden / February 9, 2017

Proof That Snow Shovelling Can Kill

There are a lot of reasons we want every person to use Eden, I mean we would be lying if...

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By Eden / February 2, 2017

When to Actually Trust the Meteorologist

A meteorologist’s job is to essentially read weather patterns and predict weather. The truth is, they do tend to be right...most of the time. So when do you trust the weather news and when do you take it with a grain of salt? Here are some tips on reading the weather and becoming your own weather expert!

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By Eden / January 19, 2017

Is Winter Killing Your Lawn?

A healthy lawn can withstand the effects of winter as long as the soil stays nice and warm. If the soil is affected, then you might be facing a lawn that has met it’s maker - aptly named: Winter Kill. Winter Kill can be caused by winds, ice, snow, crown hydration, desiccation, snow mold, and compacted soil. While, we can’t prevent winds, ice and snow, you can prevent everything e

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