November 4, 2013 --Whether you have a green thumb or not, the best time to work on your lawn is actually now in the late fall.
Here are some tips on how to make sure yours survives the winter so you can save some cash in the spring!
- First, put down seed on you yard's bald patches
- Second, use fertilizer to help with new growth and discourage weeds.
- Third, aerate your lawn to help with the absorption of fertilizer.
- Fourth, when your lawn will be ready for warmer weather and you'll be able to keep you wallter more green too!
- Fifth, through these winter months, maintain a compost bin. Put vegetable scraps into a compost bin that you keep outside. Turn it regularly and, it's ready for your lawn or garden come spring.