For Your Upcoming Seasons
We understand that living in an area with four seasons can be difficult when it comes to caring for your lawn, between the snow, rain, leaves, and the heat of all the seasons how can one possibly keep up? First thing is first, sticking to a lawn care schedule can help you immensely when it comes to keeping up on your lawn care.
Caring for your lawn includes a large number of tasks including feeding, mowing, weeding, cleaning up debris, aerating, and more, but how often do you need to do each of those things, and when should each of them be done? Take a look at our lawn care schedule below to find out when and what you should be doing to properly care for your lawn in all the upcoming seasons.
Springtime is the season of your lawn where you can get ramped up for summer. It’s important to tend to and care for your lawn properly in the spring so that you will have a healthy, beautiful lawn for everyone to enjoy. Some of the tasks that must take place during the springtime include dethatching, mowing, aerating, fertilizing, and weeding!
Summer will be the best time to enjoy your lawn, so don’t worry too much about your lawn. Take the time to focus on the small projects around your lawn such as your landscaping, edging, and other areas that can be kept up on. But throughout the summer season, be sure to keep up on mowing and watering your lawn regularly to keep it green and beautiful so that you can enjoy it to the fullest.
Fall is going to be the best time to reseed your lawn if you are beginning to notice any rough spots. In the fall time you also will want to consider fertilizing for a second time as well. Fall will be the beginning of a lot of change, so feel free to cut your lawn shorter as the weather gets colder, and also try to keep up on picking up leaves, sticks, and other debris that might fall – this will only lessen the dethatching process when Spring arrives.