Winterizing Is Key To Better Lawns

As September closes the door on summer with falling temperatures and leaves, many homeowners mistakenly slip into hibernation from yard work. However, this timeframe is crucial for prepping your yard for the coming winter— and positioning it to look its best the following spring.

The typical yard goes through a lot in a given year: natural wear and tear, rainstorms, dry spells, blankets of leaves, weeds and so on. Properly managing the inevitability before the season changes requires simple planning and a little elbow grease.

The following tips will help even the novice homeowner stay on top of things.

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