1. Clean up!
Spring landscaping is a project you have to clean up the lawn, beds and garden.
Pick up all debris that has fallen during the winter!
2. Plant and feed!
Pre-emergent with the early spring lawn treatment. Just apply a balanced organic based fertilizer in these areas!
3. Sharpen your mower blades.
If you winterized your lawn mower and didn’t sharpen the mower blades, sharpen them now. There are plenty of professionals that can do this for you.
Sharpening your mower blades will help you cut the grass instead of tearing it. Tearing the grass blades can cause an unsightly tan or brown color to a freshly cut lawn. It also can promote fungus development.
4. Set a higher mowing height.
Make sure to mow your grass high. For cool-season grasses, such as bluegrass or fescues, the height should be 3 inches to 4 inches high after being cut.
Apply a 3-inch layer of fresh organic root mulch to cover all beds to help reduce the amount of weeds that will pop up.
Why Do You Want JD Organic Landscape
We aim to provide a great landscaping and lawn care experience. We understand how important your lawn and landscape is to you. Call your nearby landscape company!