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Pearl's Premium

Tips for a Brand New Lawn!

Feb 23 2015

 When deciding to plant all new lawn, Pearl’s Premium is the right way to go. It is low maintenance, and withstands all weathers. For beginners, we have a simplified instruction for your brand new lawn using Pearls Premium! So we can help every step of the way! 

 

Pearl's Premium is changing the Face of Lawn Care

Feb 12 2015

Pearl's Premium is changing the Face of Lawn Care

Healthy Lawn Tips!

Feb 12 2015

With Pearl's Premium Lawn Seed, you can not only have a healthy and beautiful looking lawn, but can also be eco-friendly! Here are some tips on how to keep your lawn eco-friendly year round, as well as save dramatic amounts of time, money and water and prevent most weeds without resorting to harmful chemicals!

Low Maintenance and Beautiful Lawns!

Feb 6 2015

How can a lawn be both low maintenance and beautiful? Pearl’s Premium lawn seed is how! With our grass seed blends we enable an ultra low maintenance approach to lawn care that can save you time and money! So you can look forward to less mowing, watering and treating! 

Pearl's Premium

Feb 5 2015

Pearl's Premium

We Americans love our lawns but we are addicted to high maintenance lawn care. Protecting our waters depends critically on changing how we care for our lawns. With input from independent grass seed scientists, we tested thousands of seed mixes to create a truly low maintenance, patent-pending solution. Once established, Pearl's Premium rarely, or never, needs watering; grows very slowly and thrives without chemicals. This absolutely the way to go for low maintenance lawn care.

Time for Some Low Maintenance Lawn Calisthenics

Apr 6 2011
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Spring Clean-up

Pretty hard to tell it's spring lately... 3” of snow on April 1 was a cruel April Fool’s joke, and cold weather has kept soil temperatures hovering just below the all-important 50-degree mark when grass seed germinates. 

But the weather is turning now, its supposed to reach the 60’s this coming weekend!

So, for all of you who aren’t watching the Masters this weekend – my business partner tells me that’s a big golf game? – its time to get out and do some lawn calisthenics!

Sequestering Carbon in Your Back Yard... Let's Do It!

Mar 16 2011
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US Map Showing Turfgrass AreasThere's a lot of lawn out there. NASA used its Earth Observatory (see map) to estimate over 40 million acres of lawn! That's 3x the amount of area sowed in corn. That's the largest irrigated crop in America. That's big!

Greenest Office Building in the Nation, What’s Beyond the Walls?

Mar 10 2011
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National Renewable Energy Research LabYou may have seen a recent article in the Wall Street Journal touting the lessons learned from the builders and inhabitants of the nation’s ‘greenest building,’ the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado.  This innovative building is very cool - equipped with a transpired solar collector, narrow 60 foot wide wings with emphasis on natural light and cubicles with a stringent energy budget of 55 watt

Places to Visit While You Can Still Walk on the Grass, Jordan Edition

Dec 27 2010
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While I'm still on the right side of the grass (i.e., above it), I'm working on my life list.

As-Siq and Al-Khazneh at Petra in Jordan

Jordan may lack the natural resources of its neighbors, but it is home to many natural and cultural splendors. The Dead Sea and Petra (photo, right) are two such wonders.

Grass Grows Everywhere, Even in the Middle East... Water Not So Much

Dec 27 2010
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If you're in the grass business, snow on the ground means its time to take a little vacation and start thinking about the spring season. I'm doing a little of both during a year-end trip. My travels are taking me to Jordan and Egypt this time, and I'm seeing a lot of grass. Construction has been booming in the arab world, fueled by petro-dollars for sure but also by growing, increasingly well-educated populations and liberalizing economies.