Spring is in full swing and you know what that means - its time to plant your garden! Growing your own groceries is very rewarding and a lot of fun, but in order to make it worth your while, its critical to know when to plant your seeds.
Puddles that stick around after a heavy bout of rain are a good indicator that your soil is compacted. Aerate your lawn to reduce soil compaction and help your grass get better drainage, more nutrients and more airflow. Click to learn more about Core Aeration.
Lawn Maintenance Seasonal Cheat Sheet ~ It gives you a chart and notes on the optimal timing of lawn care in order to have a heathy, green lawn. Lots of tips on weather related decisions with fertilizing, mowing and seeding.
7 Lawn Care Tips Guaranteed to Help You Grow a Healthier Lawn
Have you ever done a soil test for your lawn? Or understood the negative effects of compacted soil on the nutrients in your lawn? Turn your lawn around this Summer with these straightforward lawn tips!