Your lawn is an extension of yourself as a homeowner. Looking out over a yard that is dead, patchy, and unkempt looking can cause stress and anxiety. You don't want to be the only home on your block that doesn't have a lush, thriving lawn! You may assume that the yard your home sits on is unchangeable. However, there are many ways that you can grow grass that will be the talk of your neighborhood. It will also provide you an extra boost of confidence as a property owner!
A beautiful lawn can make all the difference in making your property look and feel put together. There is nothing more satisfying than seeing your gorgeous home set against the brilliant green of a healthy yard. A dry, patchy lawn can be hard to look at for both you and your neighbors. It screams neglect and can make even the most seasoned homeowner feel self-conscious about their lawn care skills.
Winter can be a tricky season for homeowners tending to their lawn, and your grass care plan can come with many questions. How much should you water? How do you keep your lawn free of disease? These questions begin with identifying your zone. If you live in the warm zone, then you have warm-season grass, and your lawn care approach needs to adapt to your environment. We have the right plan for your warm-season grass winter lawn care.
Having a beautiful, lush lawn is part of nearly every dream house. When it comes to making that lawn a reality, however, many people seem to fall short. Finding the right lawn care solutions for your home is vital, but it can seem overwhelming. Thankfully, keeping your outdoor space fresh and vibrant doesn’t have to be as hard as it looks. In this blog, we’ll break down what to look for in lawn care for your home, different types of liquid lawn products, and how to keep your lawn the envy of all of your neighbors.
When it comes to lawn care, cation exchange capacity of your soil can dictate how much it needs to be watered, the nutrient booster needed, the herbicides chosen, and the plants that will grow well in that soil. Monitoring the cation exchange capacity of your soil and adjusting your lawn care to fit its needs can be one of the most important ways to nurture your lawn or garden.
Whether you’ve been caring for your lawn for a while, or you’re new to lawn care and are just starting to read up on it, you’ve probably heard of the three major macronutrients: nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. What you might not know is that there are also micronutrients for lawn care. Below we share some of the most important micronutrients for lawn care you should look out for when considering different lawn solutions.
On the front of every fertilizer bottle, you may notice three numbers listed, with dashes between, like this: 16-8-4. These numbers each stand for an essential nutrient your lawn needs to stay healthy, green and growing. The first number listed represents the concentration of nitrogen, one of the most beneficial nutrients in your lawn care routine!
Homeowners have a ton of responsibilities. It can be tough to juggle the pressure of keeping both your home and your property looking their best, especially while working a full-time job. Seeing your lawn start to turn brown and dry up can cause anxiety in even the most confident homeowner.
Not all lawns are created equal, so it can be tough to determine whether your grass has indeed died or if you can revive it through proper lawn care. Luckily, there are several ways to tell if you can bring your dead lawn back to life. Check out Simple Lawn Solutions’ tips for determining the state of your lawn!
Your lawn care routine should be carefully mapped out: know when to aerate, fertilize, seed, water, and mow. But all of those steps depend on the type of grass you have! You might know the exact type of grass on your lawn, but do you know if your grass is considered cold season or warm season grass? The two types need completely different lawn care regimens, so identifying your grass can help you schedule your lawn care for maximum results!