Inspired by our two favorite pastimes, this guide will help you work and drink your way through the year. We're all for cracking open a Busch Light 12 months a year, but if your taste buds change like the seasons, you have to reward your hard work with some of our hometown favorites.
With little maintenance to do in the yard, the beginning of the year is the perfect time to clean and sharpen your lawn and garden tools and have your power equipment serviced.
Time to prune and re-shape evergreen shrubs and shade trees during this winter dormant period.
Apply lawn pre-emergent treatments to control dandelions and crabgrass this upcoming spring and summer.
Whether you hire, rent, or own an aerator, now's the time to help promote that healthy green growth.
Freshen up your space by replacing or just refreshing mulch around plants and landscaping beds.
The king of yard chores, mow the grass and change up the direction/pattern each time for stripes that stand out.
Cut back spent flowers of annuals and perennials to encourage new blooms.
No getting lazy! Keep watering your lawns, ornamental plants and vegetables, and outdoor potted plants for long lives.
Begin planting trees and shrubs in autumn to allow them time to grow stronger roots.
Remove spent summer annuals, Prune dead blooms off perennials, and plant fall annuals.
Mulch or rake leaves regularly to prevent a thick layer of leaves, insects, and diseases.
Don your ugliest Christmas sweater and start hanging your Christmas lights and wreaths!