Prime Time for Weed Control in Virginia Beach

Fall is upon us (although with these amazing beautiful days in Hampton Roads we wouldn’t know it) and did you know that Autumn is the best season for weed control? Tired of looking at all the weeds in your lawn? Don’t wait until Spring to deal with them now is the best time for Virginia Beach lawns. As a result of weed control in the Fall you’ll see a lusher, healthier lawn come Spring time.

Dreamlawns weed control program can knock out perennials and winter annuals in Virginia Beach and other Hampton Roads cities. Perennials like dandelion, knotweed and clover are storing up food for the winter. When we treat perennials with our Fall weed control application it gets to the primary root, killing the weed in the process.

Unless your lawn has been recently seeded our Fall services include weed control. Winter annuals like common chickweed, henbit and purple deadnettle are plants that germinate in the Fall. They survive the winter and then blossom in the Spring. Although they die off in a year before they do they flower, drop seeds and then it’s a perpetual weed problem unless it’s addressed.

Other Critical Fall Lawn Treatments for Virginia Beach Lawns

Treatments like core aeration, seeding your lawn and fertilizing are very important during the fall season if you want lush beautiful grass come Spring.

Do you want professional help tackling these lawn care treatments? Call on the locals go to lawn care company Dreamlawns. We offer free consultations too! 757-631-9773

Online Estimate
  • fall weed killer lawn care near me

Fall Lawn Weed Control & Why It’s Important

October 14th, 2020|

Prime Time for Weed Control in Virginia Beach Fall is upon us (although with these amazing beautiful days in Hampton Roads we wouldn't know it) and did you know that Autumn is the best [...]

  • soil testing dreamlawns

Why is Lime Important for Virginia Lawns?

October 7th, 2020|

Lawn soils in Virginia are naturally acidic. Soil pH's levels between 4.5-6.3 are common in areas that have not been limed. A pH of 5.0 might be good for some fruits and flowering shrubs [...]

Winter is Coming! Is your Lawn Ready?

September 16th, 2020|

Aerate & Fertilize Before the first frost fall, make sure to aerate your lawn. Aerating your lawn will allow it to breathe before the grass goes dormant and relieve any compaction that has built [...]

  • lawn aeration

Shifting From Summer to Fall with Dreamlawns

September 9th, 2020|

As we say good bye to another summer, it begins a new season for Dremlawns, it's our aeration & seeding season. We've already begun this crucial service for local lawns, pulling cores, allowing our [...]

  • lawn aeration

Tips for Preparing your Lawn for Aeration

September 2nd, 2020|

Before we begin our aeration process here are some tips you can do prior to our arrival that will allow for the best aeration and seeding possible: This will be the only time we'll [...]

Aeration – 5 Reasons to Aerate Your Lawn

August 26th, 2020|

Aeration involves perforating the soil with small holes to allow air, water and nutrients to penetrate the grass roots. See why you need to aearate your lawn this fall. [...]