September in Georgia does not mean that temperatures are cooling down anytime soon. With highs still reaching into the upper 80s and lower 90s, your grass has taken a hot beating all summer long. Looking out your window, you may wonder why your neighbor’s yard is green and luscious while yours is brown and brittle.
This summer is Georgia has been characteristic of all other Georgia summers, HOT! While July hosts the highest average temperature for Atlanta, August’s average temperatures are only one degree less than July’s. In addition, August typically has less rain than the other summer months. With these high temperatures and low precipitation in August, it can
Did you have plans to visit the beach this summer? If you hoped to get to the beach and don’t have the time or resources to get there, but still want to experience the cool, soft, soothing effects of sand between your toes, why not consider adding some sand around your home? Southern Landscape Supply