You've finally done it! Looking out the window of your house, you can see a gorgeous green expanse of beautiful lawn. Your family loves it, your neighbors are justifiably envious, and your pets appreciate it too. The questions now are "How can I keep my lawn lush organically?" and "How can I break my lawn's dependence on herbicides, pesticides, and synthetic fertilizers?" Well, today is your (and your lawn's) lucky day. By following the four tips recommended today, your chances of maintaining the lawn of your dreams organically will be much increased.
It never ceases to amaze me that Tom can leave clutter all around the house but if the lawn is less than pristine, he gets all weird about it. I'm not sure how a man who is such a perfectionist about his lawn can carelessly toss socks, lunch containers and papers all over the house, but there it is. And he's perfecting it to a science. He cares that much. Due to a drainage project we had a huge chunk of our lawn torn up to bury a pipe. It was quite an eyesore. Our neighbors wanted to just leave it so the kids could continue to drive their dirt bikes and ATV's on the path. But the mud pit proved too much mess, especially since it's right under my new clothesline. Since early fall is a fantastic time to spread seed, at least where we live, the man was motivated. Here's your essential checklist of what you must do to plant a lush lawn.
Although you and I both know that it's the inside that counts, people judge based on looks. And this is never more true than when it comes to lawn care. Just the other day I caught my neighbor pulling up dandelions by hand because she thought they made her lawn look so ugly. Personally, I think dandelions are rather pretty. Each to their own I guess. So today, we have an intriguing infographic that will give you lawn insights year round ~ so that you have the best looking lawn on the block regardless of the season. Enjoy!
Hi, I'm Laura and hail from Buffalo, NY. I love sharing my home & garden ideas with you. Thanks for stopping by.
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