Grow greener grass and get a great looking yard with this lawn care guide and tips.
Lawns: How to Reseed
If your lawn is weedy or your grass is in poor shape, establish a healthy new lawn by starting over. Follow all our steps for success.
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Growing Grass Under Trees
The key to growing grass under trees is to match shade-tolerant varieties with your local climate. Red and tall fescues work in cool-weather zones and St. Augustine grass works in warmer areas.
How to Achieve a Healthy Lawn
Keep your lawn healthy and looking good by proper cutting, watering, fertilizing and aerating. Good timing and techniques mean less time and effort.
6 Common Lawn Problems and How to Fix Them
Try these expert and homeowner-tested solutions to common backyard landscape problems—eroding slopes, a shady lawn, wet soil, bad soil, mushrooms and swampy areas. Photo courtesy of EnergyScapes
Lawn Care: How to Repair a Lawn
Grow lush grass, even if your lawn looks worn out and unhealthy. By using a combination of soil additives, fertilizers, and tender, loving care, you can change your lawn from scraggly to golf-course green in one season.
Growing Lawn Grass: The Organic Approach
To make your lawn thrive without chemicals, switch to organic materials to supply nutrients and control weed growth. Also test your soil to find out the key ingredients that it needs for growing grass.
Cures for a Patchy Lawn
Fall is a great time to thicken up patchy areas of your lawn, so you'll have thick, healthy grass in the spring. Start by aerating compacted soil, then spread seed and topsoil.
Fix Lawn Spots
Improve your lawn's natural defenses and reduce future maintenance chores with these common sense cures for spots, thatch, fairy rings, grubs and shade.
Fall Lawn Care Guide
Surprisingly, fall is the season to develop a lusher, greener, healthier lawn. This is the time for aerating, the critical time for fertilizing, and mowing shorter than usual. Plus, even though the grass is entering its big sleep for winter; you’ll need to stay on top of the watering. All of this ...