This Old Yard Has Moved!

With the launch of our new Chippers website, we have moved the This Old Yard (TOY) blog to www.chippersinc.com/company/blog.

We have incorporated the TOY  and Mr Grass blogs into our primary website to make sure all of your green care resources are located in the same place. We’re All About Your Life Outside and we  hope you enjoy our new website and blog page.

–  The Chippers Team  –

Correct mowing is the absolute most critical factor when it comes to high summer temperatures and not adding stress already present due to heat and reduced rainfall.  One low cut below 2” can nearly instantly brown-out a lawn within hours.  The lower the cut, the more damage is done as the cut lets...Read More
Finally! Plants are growing and the danger of frost has passed, but what can you do if you need color…now?  What about adding a variety of containers full of annuals to your front doorstep or along the border of your garden beds?  Both containers and annuals not only add instant color but their inherent...Read More
They may have lucky feet and fuzzy faces but don’t let their innocence fool you, rabbits can do untold damage to your garden beds when you aren’t looking.  Getting a head start on protecting your gardens and knowing how to identify their presence are musts! Though rabbits are more widely known...Read More
Whether or not you love winter, there is no denying that New England winters are a long time to go without seeing green and growing things. Indoor plants are a wonderful way to enjoy green year round and their benefits are numerous: plants really do increase happiness and productivity; clean the air;...Read More
One of the things you can count on in New England is that no two springs are alike! I recall last year with temps in the low 80’s and it was only mid-March, and early spring tree care began, well, early! As I write at the beginning of April, we’ve had a tough time getting above 40 degrees. Aside...Read More


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