Now can be the perfect time to try and get your lawn healthy again before the winter season dormant period. After the harsh summer, your lawn might need some fertilizer.
Continue to learn how to fertilize your lawn during the late fall season!
Fertilizing your lawn will help with maintenance between seasons and grow your lawn into the yard you have always wanted!
As lawn technology and formulas change, it is a good idea to look into the instructions on your fertilizer. Even if you have already used this formula before, it is always good to double check before applying.
A spreader can make the process of spreading your fertilizer quicker and easier. Try to pick a spreader that will complement the size of your lawn. A good rule of thumb is to use a rotary spreader for larger lawns, a drop spreader for smaller lawns, and a handheld spreader for tiny lawns.
Make sure that your lawn is clear of any leaves or debris before applying your fertilizer. You do not want any obstacles getting in the way of your fertilizer reaching the ground.
Although you can water your lawn yourself, a good time to fertilize your lawn is when is it about the rain. The rain will help to get that fertilizer absorbed into the ground for your grass to have before the winter season.
If you see any leftover fertilizer on your walkway, patio, or driveway, make sure that you sweep it or blow it into your lawn. Some fertilizers can stain your hardscape.
Whether it is weekly maintenance, colorful annuals for a party, or a spruce up for a special occasion, we’re here to care for your garden and lawn for years to come. Here at American Gardens we develop your custom maintenance plan, schedule appropriate services, and assign an Account Manager to your property.