Why you don’t want to skip fall lawn care this year
It’s time to think about fall lawn care – aeration, overseeding and topdressing with compost. You put time and energy all summer into making your lawn green and lush. Maybe you even have the best looking lawn on the block, so now that fall is approaching, your work is done, right? Wrong! Your lawn is made up of living organisms. If not cared for regularly, your grass will suffer. In fact, there could be problems lurking under the surface right now that you aren’t aware. So, like scheduling your yearly physical, Paradise Lawns recommends scheduling your yearly aeration, overseeding and topdressing with compost each fall. By doing so consistently, you will have a lush, and healthy lawn year after year.
Still undecided if it is necessary? Let’s take a closer look at fall aeration along with overseeding and topdressing with compost and discuss the benefits and why you should schedule all three every fall.
What’s sabotaging your lawn care efforts?
We all know that lawn care is necessary to maintain a beautiful lawn. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could have a beautiful lawn without having to sacrifice endless hours to achieve and maintain it? Paradise Lawns is here to help. You can have a nice, healthy lawn without it feeling like an additional job. Start by learning five things that can ruin your lawn and what you can do about each one. Once you have this information, you will know what to do and can get back to living your life. Let’s take a look at the first one.
Time to schedule your 2020 fall aeration, overseeding and topdressing with compost
Fall seems far away during these hot summer days, but now is the perfect time to schedule your fall 2020 aeration, overseeding and topdressing with compost. Paradise Lawns recommends you start with aeration, then overseeding followed by an application of topdressing with compost. Since overseeding should be complete by mid-September, the time to get started is now. Because what you do in 2020 will determine how healthy and lush your lawn will be in 2021. Let’s look at each step and learn why they are important.