How to Get Rid of Crabgrass: Follow these tips to defend your turf from crabgrass and be one step closer to having a perfect lawn http://www.familyhandyman.com/landscaping/how-to-get-rid-of-crabgrass/view-all
Crabgrass Defender Stops Weeds Before They Start! Crabgrass Defender is the all-natural way to stop weeds before they grow. Crabgrass Defender pre-emergent weed control prevents crabgrass, clover, creeping bentgrass, dandelions, foxtail, lamb's-quarters, perslane, smart weed, redroot pigweed, barnyardgrass and many other weeds. There's really no need to spray your lawn with unsafe chemicals, simply spread Crabgrass Defender twice a year for effective weed control.
Weed Identification Guide Chickweed Type: Broadleaf annual Size: 6 inches tall, 12 inches wide Where it grows: Lawn, garden, and landscape areas with rich, moist soil in sun or shade Appearance: Lush green mats studded with small, star-shape flowers. Control: Mulch to prevent it in gardens or use a pre-emergence herbicide in early spring; pull plants by hand.
Weeds are killers! It’s hard to keep them out of your yard, and they look so bad when they are there. If you use these 3 tips, your lawn will look and feel so much better. 1. Naturally prevent weeds with corn gluten meal. Spring is the best time to …
~Now's the time to be planning your spring garden. Lavender is great for bumblebees, honeybees, butterflies and hummingbird hawkmoths and a great addition to any outdoor space. Fancy giving it a go? Here's a handy how-to guide to get you started~
Sharpen the blade twice each season to help maintain a green, healthy lawn. A sharp blade not only cuts blades clean so grass plants recover quickly, it helps reduce your lawn mowing time. Learn how to sharpen your lawn mower blade at http://www.familyhandyman.com/DIY-Projects/Outdoor-Projects/Yard/Lawnmowers/lawn-mower-blade-sharpening
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DIY Tip of the Day: Shade Solutions. Reseeding that shady strip of “almost” lawn year after year gets old, doesn’t it? So stop trying so hard. Instead, plant shade-loving ground covers. For a lush, textured look, blend ajuga, periwinkle, euonymus, pachysandra and hosta. These ground covers are all hardy through Zone 4, can take light foot traffic and are vigorous spreaders.