Spring and summer are your lawn’s time to shine. The prep work you do in the fall, though, makes your lawn really stand out during the sunnier seasons.
Below the Surface
Your grass is still growing even when nothing is happening on the surface. Adding lawn fertilization to your fall home maintenance checklist protects the roots and gives them the nourishment they need to thrive in the offseason.
Before the Sprouts
A hallmark of spring is seeing all the new growth sprout up and flourish. If you fertilize your lawn in the fall, it’s ready to get started when those first spring rain showers start.
A great spring lawn starts with preparation in the fall!