As the Northeast transitions from winter to spring, a clean lawn will ensure a timely fertilizer application in early spring. Tidy up the lawn and garden by picking up leaves, sticks, and other debris. If you have smaller children, make it a game to see how many twigs or leaves they can gather!
Fertilizing in early spring gives your lawn a head start that helps launch your yard into the hot months with staying power.
Think of spring as the start of yard season. Set your grass up for all-year-long success and the rest of the growing season will be a breeze.