With spring coming up quickly, it’s time to revive your lawn. Luckily, mulch and sod go a long way towards making your yard look healthier than it was before. Winter is finally fading, so it’s time to spend time rejuvenating your curb appeal and get outside into the sunshine!
Re-Green the Lawn
The first step is to bring your lawn back to life. By feeding your lawn, you can make it look green and lush again. After all, your lawn needs nutrients just as much as you do! Then be sure to continue feeding your lawn for the next two months or so and then every 6-8 weeks as long as the weather is warm.
Put Down Fresh Mulch
The next step is to put down fresh mulch. Luckily, the right time of year is quickly approaching. You can get great deals on all the mulch and sod that you will need, especially if you need new seeds to cover over bald patches. Fighting off thatches, pest invasions, and root decay is also important, and mulch can help protect your valuable seeds against the ravages of nature such as soil erosion and hungry critters, like birds who are coming back north after spending the winter down south where it’s typically warmer in the cold season. Mulch can grow thin, which is why you need to replace it at timely intervals.
Clean Your Hardscapes
Another idea is to clean up your hardscapes. After all, it contributes to your curb appeal while protecting your landscaping features such as grass, trees, and yard. Mold, mildew, and algae can be problems that start outside and work their way inside, especially if you have to deal with snow mold – winter is basically over, but that is a very real possibility although we were lucky to not get much snow this past winter.
Trim Back Your Trees and Shrubs
Take the time to mind your trees and shrubs. Debris such as fallen leaves and broken branches can damage the look of your lawn. It can also lead to numerous examples of the problems we outlined above. Overgrown trees and shrubs are an eyesore and can make your entryway uninviting, which might draw the notice of your HOA and lead to citations from the county that you live in as well.
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