Save a Pretty Penny by Prepping Your Lawn for Winter

Fall Lawn Care
The best time to work on your lawn is actually in the late fall. Here are some tips on how to prepare the land to survive the cold winter months and get a quick start in the spring.

Late fall is the perfect time to put in some work on your lawn is because it's generally when grass stops growing. However, it's also before the ground freezes so you can work with the land. To prepare, you'll first want to seed any bald patches you see.

Next, use fertilizer to help with new growth and discourage weeds. Finally, you'll want to aerate your lawn to help with the absorption of fertilizer. It's as easy as that.

With these simple steps, just a little work now will help promote a healthy green lawn in the spring, and, ultimately, save you money next season.
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