Whether it contains granular lawn nutrients or liquid lawn nutrients when used correctly, a quality fertilizer will help your lawn looks it’s best. There are pros and cons to each, but at the end of the day, we’ll save you the research. We recommend going the liquid route, and here’s why.
Blades of grass are not all created equal. Look upon a random lawn, and you may see vibrant, green grass. You may also see a slightly duller shade as if it’s losing its luster. And that lawn over there? A patch of gorgeous, bright green that doesn’t match the rest of their green lawn. So, what gives? There are numerous reasons for the different shades of green you see everywhere. It could be nutrients in the ground, how that lawn is being treated (if at all), even what seed was planted. Below, we’ll give you a few reasons why one green lawn may look different from another.
Ask any homeowner what they are proudest of, and you are likely to hear “my green lawn” come up more than a handful of times. A green, lush lawn is a symbol of their hard work and dedication to making their property look its best. But when autumn hits, that green expanse can very quickly be lost under a dense layer of fallen, dead leaves. This leaf layer can block sunlight from reaching your lawn and trap moisture, which can affect the health of your yard.
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.