Is your once-lovely lawn now littered with bald patches? Follow these easy steps in fall for repairing bare spots and you’ll love the results come springtime!
Certain times of the year are better for certain lawn maintenance practices. Now that it’s finally fall, fertilizing your lawn should be on your to-do list. Learn more about how and why.
Brown or dead patches of grass are slowly taking over your lawn. Could your canine be the culprit? If Rover prefers to do his business in the same spot over and over, these tips to remedy dog pee damage can help get your grass back to green.
How do you know if your grass gets enough to drink to keep it green and growing during the drier months? Follow this guide to take the guesswork out of summer lawn watering.
Although we love the lazy hazy days of summer, homeowners hate how the heat affects the appearance of their yard. Now is the time to lend your lawn some extra love. Follow these tips to reduce summertime lawn stress.
Feeding grass the nutrients it needs results in richer color, thicker density, faster growth, and strength to survive in harsh elements. But how do you figure out those confusing lawn fertilizer labels? Find out how to decipher the information and pick the right formula now.
Winter’s harsh weather is hard on your lawn. It may be time to toughen up your turf. Green up your grass with these spring grass seeding techniques.
Core aeration loosens up compacted soil, helps break up layers of thatch if too thick, and promotes grass growth in the process. Find out how it will benefit your lawn.
There’s a colorful carpet of leaves on the ground and you dread the time-consuming task of raking. Here’s how to simultaneously clear the yard and feed your lawn for free. Find out about leaf mulching now.
Is your lawn looking a little lackluster? Thinning grass, dull color, and bare spots are signs that the grass can benefit from fall overseeding. Here’s how to do it.