Spring Time Lawn Care – Giving Your Lawn the Season it Deserves

Maintaining a green and healthy lawn can be a challenge, especially if you don’t know where to start. We’ll cover some essential lawn maintenance tips that will help you keep your lawn looking its best throughout the whole season. Although some may be obvious, it’s a good checklist to keep in mind each year and a great starting place for those first time home buyers caring for their first yard!

  1. Mow regularly: Regular mowing is crucial for maintaining a healthy lawn. It’s important to keep your grass at the right length, as cutting it too short can damage the grass and leave it vulnerable to pests and disease. A good rule of thumb is to mow your lawn when the grass is about one-third higher than your desired height.
  2. Water often: Watering your lawn thoroughly and less frequently is better than watering it frequently and lightly. Deep watering helps the roots grow deeper, making your lawn more resilient to our unpredictable Colorado weather. Aim to water your lawn once or twice a week, depending on the weather and soil conditions.
  3. Fertilize regularly: Fertilizing your lawn regularly can help promote healthy growth and prevent weeds. Choose a fertilizer that is appropriate for your grass type and apply it according to the instructions on the package.
  4. Aerate your lawn: Aeration involves making small holes in your lawn to allow air, water, and nutrients to enter the soil. This can help promote healthy root growth. Aerate your lawn once a year, ideally in the fall or spring.
  5. Weed control: Regularly check your lawn for weeds. You can use herbicides to control weeds, but make sure to choose a product that is appropriate for your lawn and follow the instructions carefully.

Proper lawn maintenance is essential for a healthy and attractive lawn. By following these tips, you can help ensure that your lawn stays healthy and green all season long. We can’t wait to see all of those beautiful yards while out showing homes! First, we gotta get through the springtime Colorado snow…