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Cleveland is not exactly a place for people who don't like following the herd, but it is a great destination for those who want to have a good time. There are plenty of things to do here in this great city, and we are talking more than just visiting the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Cleveland has plenty of museums, parks and restaurants that are sure to give you plenty of awesome experiences and memories. If you have some time to spare this weekend, try to have some fun in Cleveland instead of watering your plants in your garden. You can call Lawn Love for some help with your gardening.

Gardens can be a great spot for homeowners to hangout in whenever they feel like relaxing and getting some peace of mind. A lovely garden has a certain ambience to it and it can help make your home's exterior look and feel beautiful. It will take a whole lot of work and time to make your garden look great, and unfortunately for many Cleveland homeowners the latter is something that they really don't have much of due to their busy schedules.

At Lawn Love we take gardening just as seriously as we take lawn mowing. With our guys you can rest assured that your garden will be in good hands. You can get in touch with us by calling at 216-925-4489 to learn about our services. You can also ask for a free two minute quote online.

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How often should I mow my lawn?

Here are the most common lawn mowing frequencies in Cleveland:

How are lawn care prices in Cleveland?

Prices vary depending on the size of the lawn and frequency of your service. Here are some average lawn care prices for homes in Cleveland:

While the frequency at which you should mow your lawn will vary from property to property, it's always recommended to maintain your grass at a regular interval. Too long between cuttings can cause shock to the plant and result in an unhealthy lawn or bald spots. At Lawn Love, we always recommend weekly or bi-weekly mowing services to maintain a lush healthy lawn your neighbors will envy!

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Gardening in Cleveland, OH

According to the USDA, Ohio is located in plant hardiness zones 5 and 6. This is helpful to know for planning a garden, as it gives you an idea of what you might be able to grow and when. Luckily, there are many options if you're establishing a garden in Ohio. Many fruits and vegetables do well here, including beets, broccoli, kale, cauliflower, and cucumbers. There are many flowers that you can plant in a garden, too. Considering Ohio leads the nation in greenhouse and nursery plants, that means you have many options.

Starting a Garden

In Cleveland, the first frost is usually late October. The last frost date of the year is the end in April. This means you have quite a long growing season. However, keep in mind that frost and cold temperature can occur before and after these dates, too. Educators at Ohio State University say that the type of plant or produce you plant in your garden determines your likelihood of gardening success, also.

Cool-season plants and vegetables can be planted outdoors in fall and spring. They can withstand lower soil temperatures, even frosts. However, some people choose to start with transplants or seedlings indoors, then move them outside when the threat of extreme cold temperatures has passed. Warm-season flowers and produce, on the other hand, should not be planted until the threat of a frost has passed. Ideally, that means May. They do best when soil temperatures are 55ºF and above. Putting plastic mulch over the soil can increase the temperature by about 10 degrees. However, keep in mind that even if the soil temperatures are warm, exposure to cold air can also damage plants. Most new plants need about six hours of sunlight, well-drained soil, and ample water.

What to Grow in Ohio

Dozens of flower species are native to Ohio. Native species provide many benefits. For starters, they are water-conscious, which means you won't have to water them as frequently as you would non-native plants. Since they're conditioned to grow in the local climate, they don't need as much fertilizer and maintenance. Native plants are great resources for pollinators like hummingbirds and butterflies, too. Visually appealing, they add plenty of colors and aesthetic appeal to your yard.

If you're wondering what to plant in your garden (or need ideas for adding to it), we have some suggestions.

Bee balm, as the name suggests, is a late-summer bloomer. It's a great addition to any garden, but especially a garden with herbs and flower borders. Bee balm has beautiful, rounded purple flower heads. It attracts many pollinators, including bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies.

Black-Eyed Susan is a member of the sunflower family. It is an annual flower native to Central North America and eastern parts of North America. It is also found in other places around the world, including China. Black-Eyed Susan has a distinctive appearance with bright yellow flowers that have black centers. Black-Eyed Susan is a low-maintenance species that thrives in Ohio's gardens. It is also Maryland's state flower.

False indigo reaches heights of 3-5 feet. It is a member of the pea family and resembles many species in that family with its brilliant blue flowers and foliage. False indigo is a cool-weather flower that prefers some shade and moderate amounts of moisture. False indigo can broaden into a bush form when it reaches maturity. This flower is indigenous to the Midwest. False indigo is another species that attracts pollinators. It is a perennial that returns from one growing season to the next.

Blue flag iris is a perennial species that can reach three feet tall. It is most well-known for its stunning purple and yellow flowers. However, it also has distinctive sword-shaped basal leaves that grow up to three inches long. The longer leaves can even develop an equally striking arch shape. Blue flag iris grows best in fertile, moist soils.

Vervain belongs to the verbena family of herbs. This family contains about 250 species. Its plants are either perennial or annual. Vervain is native to North America, South America, and Europe. It is a cool-season species that does best in the shade and wooded areas with damp to wet nutrient-rich soil.

Marigold reaches a height of just over six inches. It is an herbaceous species that grows naturally in North and South America. Although it is comparatively short, Marigold is part of the sunflower family. Its color is just as striking, however. Marigold grows in the wild, and it can grow at a very fast rate. However, it can also be controlled and adapted to a residential garden setting, too.

Starting a garden takes some work and time. However, you'll find that the effort pays off. Once you've gotten a healthy, flourishing garden underway, you'll have more time for Cleveland's action-packed schedule of events.

Events in Cleveland

With all the events that it has going on, you'll find something exciting any weekend or season in Cleveland.

Cleveland Garlic Festival

The Cleveland Garlic Festival celebrates one of the state's most popular species. As you'll see at the Garlic Festival, there are many different kinds of garlic, too. Attending the festival will introduce you to some new culinary tastes. It's also a great place to go to get inspiration for your own garden.

Cleveland Oktoberfest

Running more than 15 years, Cleveland's Oktoberfest is one of its most anticipated fall activities. This Oktoberfest is a lively celebration of German music, beer, and food. A highlight of the event is a competition where local brewers compete for the title of "best beer."

Cleveland is a great place for nature and humans alike. With a relatively long growing season, it supports a diverse array of plant life. There are also many events to check out throughout the year. If you decide that you'd rather spend your time out and about enjoying Cleveland's events, let Lawn Love take care of your gardening and lawn care. Contact us today!

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