Spring has finally sprung here in Colorado Springs, just in time for our favorite time of the year – National Lawn Care Month!
There is no better feeling than coming home to a beautiful, well taken care of lawn to show off to your neighbors. However, in order to attain that perfect dream lawn, it’s important to know how to properly take care of it. To celebrate National Lawn Care Month, we rounded up our best lawn care blogs to help you have the lawn that makes all of your neighbors green with envy.
In order to have a beautiful, healthy yard, you must first have good soil. Knowing what types of soil are good for the different types of plants in your yard, as well as the pH levels of your soil, are integral factors in making sure your lawn is in tip top shape!
When you aerate your lawn, it opens up holes in the soil underneath it to promote growth and helps water sink in to avoid dry out. Knowing the best time to aerate your lawn can insure that your lawn doesn’t dry out this season.
Caring for your yard is important, but in order to take proper care of your yard, you also have to properly protect the environment. In this article we have compiled several eco-friendly ways to effectively care for your lawn.
During the spring time period of switching between warmer and cooler weather, your plants can fall victim to sun scald, the loss of dormancy protection in plants. Recognizing sun scald damage and knowing how to prevent it can save your lawn before it’s too late.
Although spring is just beginning, there are many things that you can do now to ensure your lawn is lush and healthy for the summer. Great lawn care doesn’t happen overnight, so don’t wait until it’s too late to have that beautiful summer lawn.
One of the most beautiful sights in your lawn during the warmer months are the beautiful deer that can frequent open areas. However, when they eat your plants, it can ruin that majestic appreciation. Never fear, there are several plants that are deer resistant so you can enjoy seeing deer in your yard and keep your plants in tact at the same time.