Despite the fact that parts of the Northeast got fresh snow this week, technically as of March 20th, it is Spring! And if you have a lawn of any size in your yard, then now is the time to refresh and attend to your grass.
If you are needing to start from scratch with a new lawn, then learn how to seed a lawn from This Old House magazine.
Ethan at One Project Closer has a great summary about watering your lawn as well as removing weeds from your yard.
And of course, if you make your grass grow, then you’ll have to cut it down. Get a comparison of gas and electric lawn mowers at the Smarter Home and Garden Blog.
Most importantly, be sure to complete your spring house maintenance checklist.
While the maintenance and upkeep of turf grass will keep any homeowner busy through the Spring and Summer, the reward of a trophy lawn is definitely motivating.