Despite the occasional bouts of snow and slush, most Marylanders have had a relatively mild winter so far. It’s always best to be prepared for inclement weather, but what happens when you have leftover ice melt to store? Knowing how… Read More
Posts Tagged ‘winter’
Struggling with Temperature Fluctuations in the Garden? Try Mulch!
The last two weeks have been a storm of wild weather. Temperatures have fluctuated from single digits to the mid-60s and back again, with rain, wind, and ice scattered throughout. These harsh weather conditions have likely put you, your home,… Read More
How Much Firewood Do You Need?
It seems like overnight temperatures in Maryland have dropped below freezing and will stay that way for the foreseeable future. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to keep warm. Using a firepit, fireplace, or wood stove can keep you and… Read More
Selecting Ice Melt for Different Surfaces
While many Marylanders are still waiting for the first snow of the season, below-freezing temperatures are already a daily occurrence throughout the state. It’s only a matter of time before snow and ice descend upon your property. Are you ready?… Read More
When to Apply Ice Melt
Is your lawn layered in a blanket of frost each morning? There is joy to be found in the quiet stillness of a chilly autumn morning, and seeing the picturesque beauty of a fallen leaf tinged with frost, can take… Read More
Best Practices for Storing Firewood
Marylanders everywhere are stocking up on firewood to keep themselves warm as the freezing temperatures are on its way. Few things are as cozy on a cold autumn day as a roaring fire, and Lehnhoff’s Supply can help you keep… Read More
Exploring Different Types of Ice Melt
Some parts of Maryland are creeping closer to their first frost, while other areas have already begun to experience below-freezing temperatures overnight. Regardless of where they reside, Marylanders must take care when preparing for the season’s snow and ice. Having… Read More
Landscaping Checklist for February
It’s February already, and while we’re amid frigid winter weather, there are many landscaping tasks you can complete at this time. Bundle up, and head on outside for some fresh air while getting a head start preparing your yard for… Read More
Preparing Your Landscape for Groundhog’s Day Predictions: Is Spring Arriving Soon or are We in for Six More Weeks of Winter?
Groundhog’s Day is fast approaching – what does that mean for your landscape? Will he see his shadow, giving you six more weeks of winter or will spring be on its way with no sign of his shadow? Even though… Read More
Seasonal Guide to Lawn and Landscape Care – Winter
Winter takes its toll on landscapes and lawns, and special landscape care is necessary . This is especially true for landscapes that get plenty of ice and snow. When you combine those elements with overall cold climates, your landscape will… Read More