Mow Over Lawn Edging

Why You Should Install Mow Over Lawn Edging

Now that spring is on the horizon, it’s time to start planning projects for when your lawn and garden wake from their long winter slumber. For me, spring means mower maintenance, mulching my garden beds, applying a good pre-emergent to the lawn, and edging my lawn and garden beds. If you’re looking for ways to upgrade your curb appeal and cut your yardwork time this season, consider mow over lawn edging. It is a lower-maintenance alternative to traditional edging styles, and every time you mow you’ll thank yourself for installing it in your yard.

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Fertilizer Numbers for Lawn

Fertilizer Numbers for Lawn Grass (explained)

So, you’re out shopping for your lawn again, and you notice three numbers on each bag of fertilizer you see on the shelf. In today’s article I’ll unpack what these numbers tell you about each fertilizer product, how each of these three macronutrients can benefit your lawn, seasonal considerations, and much more to choose the best lawn fertilizer for your property … by the numbers. Keep reading to read my guide to fertilizer numbers for lawn grass – what they mean, and how to choose the right fertilizer for your yard to thrive.

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How to Level a Sloping Lawn

How to Level a Sloping Lawn (and why you should)

A sloping lawn can be a big landscape problem. If you don’t deal with it in the right way or take too long, you can end up with soil erosion and flooding (because of poor drainage). And of course, a sloping lawn is an aesthetic issue for many homeowners. But leveling a sloping lawn is a tricky (and sometimes expensive) task. Today, I’m going to explain how to level a sloping lawn and share some things you’ll need to know before taking on this project.

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Why is My Grass Dying in Patches

Why is My Grass Dying in Patches?

Do you have ugly dead or brown spots on your lawn? In some circumstances brown or dead patches of grass can actually spread across your lawn, becoming an even greater problem over time. If you’re asking why is my grass dying in patches? it’s important to diagnose the problem correctly and fix it right away. In today’s article I’ll help you identify the root cause of dead patches in your lawn.

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Winter Lawn Care

Winter Lawn Care Tips for a Healthier Lawn

It’s true, our yards require far less attention in the winter than during the warmer weather. But I have some bad news. You shouldn’t just forget about your lawn during this time of year. Give your lawn a certain amount of TLC in the winter if you want it to bounce back optimally in the spring. Today, I’m going to share some of my best winter lawn care tips that I use to make sure my lawn grows thick and green come springtime.

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Does Liquid Aeration Work

Does Liquid Aeration Work? (Aerify Plus Review)

As you know if you’ve read any of my articles, I’m a huge proponent of aerating your lawn. More specifically, I recommend core aeration, and it’s something I typically do just before overseeding my cool season lawn in the fall. I think this combination of projects is one of the fastest ways to transform your lawn into the thick, lush carpet of green we are all trying to achieve. But if you’re like me, you’ve probably come across liquid aeration products that claim to be just as good at loosening compact and clay soils. So does liquid aeration work? And if so, what can you expect from this “low-impact” alternative to mechanical turf aeration. This fall I tried Aerify Plus from Nature’s Lawn & Garden, Inc. to find out.

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