SPRING HAS SPRUNG!
Here are some tips to keep your yard healthy and looking great!
1. Leave grass clippings on the lawn after you mow to provide your lawn with a natural (and free) source of nutrients, or compost the clippings for use in your garden.
2. Create healthy soil. Earthworms and other soil organisms keep the soil healthy. By moving through the soil, they allow water and air to penetrate, and they recycle thatch back into nutrients that the grass can use.
3. Collect and use rainwater for watering your garden with a rain barrel or direct downspouts or gutters toward shrubs or trees.