This section of the Warners Outdoor Solutions website is for our favorite websites, links, partners and other websites we feel are worth visiting. If you have a website that has related content to Warners Outdoor Solutions or would like to be considered in this section please use our link to us form below.


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How to exchange links with Warner’s Outdoor Solutions.

  • Exchange with Warner’s Outdoor Solutions by including one of the links below on your links page or any other page on your website. First, one of our links must be placed on your web site, after verifying our placement we will add your link to our website.
  • Topical & Category Links: We exchange links with high quality related outdoor, lawn care, landscaping, outdoor home improvement websites.
  • Regional Links: We also swap links with local Twin Cities, Minneapolis, St. Paul Metro Area businesses.
  • This is not a SPAM directory. It is designed for local businesses and related topical websites. Thanks!

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Twin Cities Lawn Care – Warner’s Outdoor Solutions is a lawn and landscape design/build company located in Woodbury, MN. Warner’s has served the entire Twin Cities metro area for over 19 years and is proud to have provided excellent lawn and landscape solutions to clients all over the Twin Cities area.

Step 2 – Submit your link to us
Once you have placed our link on to your web site, fill out the information below to submit your link to us. Your link should appear on our Warner’s Outdoor Solutions Links/Resources page of our web site within 72 hours.

Thank you for exchanging links with Warner’s Outdoor Solutions!

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Still need a last minute Christmas gift?
Give your loved ones one less thing to worry about this spring and buy your parents, friends, or other family members a lawn care package for 2018.
Call today and we can give you pricing information for whichever service you would like to take off someones plate no matter how large or how small!
Call us today, 651-735-2100!
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Tip of the Week: Many homeowners stop mowing this time of year and let the leaves pile up. Once all leaves fall they rake them up and haul them to the local compost site. What we'd like you to do instead is mulch those leaves and keep them in your yard. When leaves are mulched they break down and turn into organic matter. This organic matter is fertilizer for your lawn. Many homeowners have compost bins so they can put the organic leaf matter in their gardens for fertilizer. You are essentially doing the same thing by mulching your yard. Keep mulching until all leaves are chopped up and leave the bagger in the garage! ... See MoreSee Less

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Tip of the Week: Aerating is essential for healthy lush lawn. By pulling plugs of soil out of the ground you are forcing the soil to move into those holes. This process loosens the soil allowing for a deeper root system. In addition, your fertilizer and watering will be much improved with looser soil. If you have thin spots, now is the time to over-seed. In about 2 weeks the temps will be too cold and you'll run the risk of frost. If you have some thin areas go out and seed after aerating. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tip of the Week: A couple months ago we posted a picture of a Crab Apple tree suffering from the Apple Scab fungus. At the time, most trees were in full bloom with green leaves so you were not able to see the symptoms of Apple Scab. Now the effects of the fungus are easy to see. Leaves are turning blotchy/yellow and falling to the ground. If you want to prevent this from happening next year, put a note in your calendar on April 1 to start your 1st of 3 fungicide sprays on your Crab Apple trees. The first spray is when the leaves are full-size and the blooms are about to open up. The 2nd application should happen 10 days after that and the 3rd 10 days later. Do this and your trees will thank you for it. ... See MoreSee Less

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