As the fall season draws to a close, it might be hard to think ahead to a time when your lawn will be lush and verdant once again. However, fall is actually one of the best times to start thinking ahead towards spring. This fall to-do list will lead to better growth next year.
The Lawn Blog
When cooler September temperatures start to herald the upcoming arrival of fall, a lot of routines change. Your routine for taking care of your yard should be one of them.
In addition to the blanket of fallen foliage you can be looking forward to, your grass itself changes its growth and nutrient absorption pace when the weather chills out.
Here are a few tips for caring for your grass through the changing seasons:
One of the fastest grass killers is foot traffic. Whether it's you, your kids or your furry friends, the daily wear and tear of life can quickly result in distressed or dead patches in your lawn.
Here's an introduction to keeping the high traffic areas of your lawn looking fresh.
There’s no denying it; we’re definitely into Fall now. The weather has changed, there’s that bite in the air, and you’ve traded out your flip flops and shorts for closed-toe shoes and hoodies. One of the hallmarks of the season--and the namesake for the season itself--is the annual dropping of leaves from the trees onto the landscape