Your lawn, like any other plant, has its own needs: carrying out lawn maintenance makes sure your grass stays healthier for longer.
Proper lawn maintenance goes beyond mere mowing and watering. There's an appropriate timing for seeding and fertilizing your growing grass to ensure an impressive green spread. There are also certain times when you should aerate, overseed and detatch your turf grass. There are even different heights you should mow your lawn depending on the time of year.
Read our in depth guides and learn how to keep your grass looking great year-round.
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