Spring is here, and it's time to give your lawn a little more attention. Learn from our April lawn tips about how to care for your Southeastern lawn to ensure it's healthy and green for the summer!
Warm Season Lawns
Prepare to fertilizeyour warm-season lawn (Zoysia, Bermuda, Centipede) after it has fully greened up. In the most southerly areas, soil temperatures are warm enough to fertilize the warm-season grasses (soil temps should be above 65 degrees).
Topdressing your lawn for organic lawn fertilization and to continue building good soil underneath your lawn (we rent compost spreaders)
Topdressing flower and shrub beds to provide nutrition and to continue improving the ground - be sure to spread a layer of mulch on top of the Soil3 compost, as mulch should be the final layer to keep weeds down and to conserve water in the ground