Author: grasshopperlawns

Home / grasshopperlawns
How to Fix Holes in Your Lawn
Post

How to Fix Holes in Your Lawn

Fill the hole with topsoil and firm it down then reseed it as if it were a bald patch. In removing the plugs of soil from your lawn this process severs roots, rhizomes and stolons.

Care For Your Bermuda Grass
Post

Care For Your Bermuda Grass

Bermuda in the yard entails care. It is green from spring until winter and it is light brown during the winter months. It is a tough kind of grass and usually mixed with Bahia when it is planted on the road side. It is often seen in utility plants.

Using Lawn Care Sand Correctly
Post

Using Lawn Care Sand Correctly

Feeding your lawn with quality nutrients is important. In lawn care, sand can help toad to the health of your grass as well as add to the overall look of it. Consider if your lawn needs this type of back up plan.

Creating an Organic Lawn
Post

Creating an Organic Lawn

Do you believe that you can't have an amazing yard without using chemicals? I'm going to blow that out of the water. You can have a beautiful, amazing yard that will amaze your chemically treated neighbors!

How to Winterize a Riding Lawn Mower
Post

How to Winterize a Riding Lawn Mower

A riding lawn mower is a big investment, and should be protected. For many, the winter months mean putting mowers away and not giving them another thought until the spring season comes around. Before putting a rider into storage, though, take a few simple steps to h…

Lawn Areators
Post

Lawn Areators

If you want to make sure that the water you apply to your lawn will actually reach the roots, you should look at how a lawn aerator can help you. This lawn and garden tool consists of a long handle with two prongs on each side.

6 Money-Saving Tips On Lawn Care
Post

6 Money-Saving Tips On Lawn Care

You can take a break from the typical lawn care routine during the winter and save some money. Unluckily, it is believed that the winter this year will be short because of the El Nino phenomenon, which means that you might need to resume gardening responsibilities early. Also, you might spend more money since weather conditions are believed to be challenging.

Call Now ButtonCall Us Now