Thank you to guest blogger Clara Beaufort of gardenergigs.com for sharing her article with us.
As summer comes to a close, it’s time to start preparing your lawn for the cooler months that lie ahead. And it’s also the best time to put in the work if you want a lush lawn come spring. The good news is that there are a lot of things you can do yourself to improve the health and appeal of your grass and landscaping, as well as boost your home’s overall curb appeal. Whether you’ve lived in your home for many years or you are looking for a new home with real estate agents like RE/MAX Capitol Properties, here are some resources to help you set the stage for a great-looking property through all seasons:
Tips for Making Your Landscape Fit for the Fall
Top-Dressing to Improve the Soil in Your Lawn
The Quick and Easy Guide to Fertilizing Your Lawn
How Much (and When!) to Water Your Lawn, According to a Golf-Course Superintendent
10 Leaf-Raking Lessons No One Ever Taught You
Fall is for Planting — Southern Living
DIY Lawn Care vs. Hiring a Lawn Care Service: Pros and Cons of Both
12 Upkeep Ideas to Add Curb Appeal
If you want your lawn to survive the winter and flourish in spring, it’s essential to keep it well-maintained. The resources listed here provide valuable information as to how you can do just that.
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