Most new homeowners believe that all grass can be treated and cared for the same way. Those homeowners often spend years of trial and error developing their grass care routine, when all they had to do was identify their type of grass first! We understand not all homeowners are as meticulous about grass care as we are here at Simple Lawn Solutions, so we’re here to simplify things. We’ll help you discover different types of grass, how to identify your grass type, and help you build a liquid lawn care routine.
Crabgrass is a weed that grows annually, usually in late spring. It’s a grassy weed that is aggressive and stubborn. The name “crabgrass” comes from the way the weed looks: low to the grown, with long leg-like stems. It’s labeled as a pesky weed because it’s hard to completely eradicate from your lawn. Removing and preventing crabgrass should be an integral part of your lawn care program to ensure you protect your yard from ugly, harmful weeds!
You worked for weeks — no, months on your lawn. You bought all the lawn care supplies, you planned your fertilizer, and you’re ready for results. As a proud homeowner, you plan on being the first one in the neighborhood to have lush, green, growing grass. Except, you look at your grass one day, and it’s...dead. Now what?
Have you ever compared your lawn to your neighbors and wondered, what am I doing wrong? Is there something special about their lawn that makes it look greener, lusher, and full of life? Or maybe, after dormant season, your lawn doesn’t seem to get the memo that it’s time to grow again. Here at Simple Lawn Solutions, we will break down the steps to bring your lawn back to life and help it stay that way!
Many homeowners take pride in their lawn. You set up a watering schedule, you plan ahead to fertilize, and you make sure your lawn is the thickest and greenest in the neighborhood. It’s time to dig deeper into your lawn care – literally. Under the surface of your lawn, the soil is compacting season after season, stunting your grass growth.
True green thumbs take pride in their garden. Whether your garden is full of rich herbs, plump vegetables, or stunning flowers, it takes meticulous work and garden care to create and maintain a garden. For that reason, garden fertilizing can be intimidating. Your plants need fertilizer to grow, but do you need a special fertilizer for fruit and vegetables? What about your delicate flowers, will certain fertilizers be too harsh? Simple Lawn Solutions carries the garden fertilizer your plants crave, with all the nurturing nutrients and none of the harmful fillers.
It’s that time of year again, your lawn is brown and dry, and you just can’t wait for it to be green and luscious again. Actually, you can’t wait to be the first lawn in the neighborhood that’s green again. But do you know if your brown lawn is a dead lawn or a dormant lawn? How do you revive grass on your lawn? When do you revive grass on your lawn? Here at Simple Lawn Solutions, we have exactly that: your simple lawn care solutions!
Choosing the right fertilizer for your lawn care routine depends on your environment, your lawn goals, and the dedication you have to upkeep for your lawn. One of the crucial choices you must make in your lawn care regimen is the type of fertilizer to use. Before you can look at the needs of your lawn to choose a formula, you first have to decide whether to use liquid lawn fertilizer or granular fertilizer. There are quite a few factors that come into play when deciding between liquid and granular, but here at Simple Lawn Solutions, we’ll break it down to make the decision easy for you, and your lawn care regimen!
Are you ready to simplify your fertilizing step in your lawn care? We take pride in our fertilizer formula, but if you want to take your lawn to the next level, you need a powerful sprayer to back up our powerful nutrients. Here’s the secret: use the Ortho Dial n’ Spray.
Seaweed is also one of the oldest forms of natural fertilizer. Our seaweed formula contains the most studied type of seaweed, ASCOPHYLLUM NODOSUM. This specific type has been researched by Clemson University as being the most active and highest quality seaweed fertilizer. Coldwater seaweed tends to hold more deep-water nutrients and vitamins that are beneficial to plants.