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6 Great Gardens in Oklahoma to Get Inspiration for Your Yard

Late spring and early summer are some of the best times to visit the botanical gardens in Oklahoma to find inspiration for your landscape. Some centers have classes and educational tips to help you learn more about which plants and trees will thrive in your yard. You...

Spring Lawn Care Tips

Snow melts. The sun shines from behind the clouds, and every now and again, you hear the sound of thunder in the distance. Birds sing. Winter is over, and spring is finally here. Now that the weather is warm again in Oklahoma (for the most part), it’s time to spend...

Basic Fall Lawn Care

Keeping a green, healthy lawn is a year-round endeavor. If you want your lawn to be ready for the following year, you need to still perform some basic lawn care during the fall. With Oklahoma’s sporadic weather, fall lawn care isn’t always easy. Fortunately, if you...

Lush, Green, Healthy Lawn by Ranger Lawn Care

Lush Green Lawn – Here at Ranger Lawn Care, we want you to enjoy the lushest, greenest, healthiest and most enviable lawn on the block. One of the most important steps in this process provides appropriate fertilization services for all parts of your lawn....

7 Ways to Make Use of the Leaves on the Lawn

7 Ways to Make Use of the Leaves on the Lawn Fall is a wonderful time of year, and with fall comes all the beautiful shades of autumn leaves. Unfortunately, many of these leaves end up on our lawns. Even if you rake these leaves up, more leaves will fall. What should...

How Should I Be Mowing in the Spring?

How Should I Be Mowing in the Spring? It’s springtime once again, and with spring, comes lawn work to keep your yard looking beautiful. Likely, you’ll want to begin with mowing, so you can keep your lawn healthy, lush, and disease-free. However, you’ll only be able to...

Mosquito Control for Your Yard

Mosquito Control for Your Yard Mosquito bites are an irritation we all have to put up with during the summer. These pests can be more than just annoying, they can potentially be vectors for disease. The West Nile Virus and, more recently, the Zika Virus are serious...

Oklahoma Ticks

Oklahoma Ticks Deer Ticks (also known as “Blacklegged”) are a common issue all across the United States, and Oklahoma is no exception. These blood-sucking pests are guilty of causing itching, irritating bites, as well as nasty infections like Lyme disease (AKA Lyme...

Working in the Heat: How to Stay Safe

Working in the Heat: How to Stay Safe Whether you are working a lawn mowing business, or just taking care of necessary yardwork around the house, thousands of Oklahomans work outdoors during the week. As every Tulsa lawn worker can attest to, Oklahoma’s summer heat is...

How to Not Scalp Grass

How to Not Scalp Grass Mowing the lawn is essential to keeping your lawn healthy and free of disease and weeds. In addition, you want to have your grass at a reasonable level so it can receive its needed nutrients and sunlight. At some point, however, all of us have...