Getting Your Lawn Ready for Spring? Follow These Tips!

Getting Your Lawn Ready for Spring? Follow These Tips!

It’s almost time to break out the lawn mowers!

It’s almost time to break out the lawn mowers! Over the long, dark, and cold winter time, your lawn probably went unattended. Then again, tending to your lawn became less of a concern because nothing was growing anyway. But if you’re focused on getting your lawn ready for this spring this week, just follow these tips!

Checking on the Lawn Mower

Soon enough you’ll be mowing your lawn again. How old is your current lawn mower? Now might be a good time to inspect its components and make sure it can start up without a problem. If you need to get some gas for it, don’t wait.

You can also take advantage of some sales on lawn mowers if you’re in the market for a new one. And although the purpose of lawn mowing is to keep your property looking neat and tidy instead of wild and overgrown, there are smarter ways of doing it.

Take Care of the Raking

We know what you’re thinking: but the raking was just done in the fall! Although most of the leaves fell months ago, some of them might be growing back and then falling off again. However, you should keep in mind that thatch can grow on your lawn, and you need to remove it as soon as possible before it takes a toll on the aesthetic value of your lawn.

Don’t Forget About Overseeding

Putting in more seeds and fertilizers can help encourage growth. Overseeding involves filling in the worn spots on your lawn. The best time to do this is in the fall, but you can always try and see if it will benefit your lawn before spring returns.


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