Fall can be one of the most beautiful times of the year. Before the air gets crisper and the leaves start to change colors, homeowners need to work on getting their yard ready. Fall lawn preparation is easy and can help keep your yard looking its best all season. Use this quick guide to learn more about quality landscaping service and fall preparation tips.
Fall Doesn’t Mean Everything Dies
While leaves fall and many flowers start to wither away, some plants thrive in the fall. Grass is a prime example, as it stays lush and green until it is frozen over by snow. Some homeowners spruce up their lawn by planting flowers that thrive in colder temperatures, such as mums, pansies, hydrangeas, or blue star amsonia. If you want to keep your curb appeal, there are thousands of hearty plants that can make it until winter.
Seeding and Aeration
Summer can be tough on lawns. Aeration and Seeding will help your lawn bounce back from the stress of our Tennessee summers. To maximize quick recovery, color and quality, we highly recommend our aeration and seeding treatment. This will create a thicker, greener, healthier lawn. This new grass has better resistance to disease and insects. Your new grass is also a lot stronger and can withstand drought conditions better.
Fertilize Your Lawn
Most people forget that their lawn needs nutrients all year long. Even if you have a hearty grass that grows beautiful year-round, it will appreciate the added nutrients. Fertilization in Tennessee before it gets too chilly is a wise idea, as many homeowners find the task too tedious in cold weather.
Get Fall Supplies Early
If you have a lot of trees in your yard, you will be doing a lot of raking this fall. Rather than wait until the yard is covered in leaves, buy any supplies you need in advance. If you are planning on hiring a landscaping service for fall, make arrangements during the last few weeks in August. This way, if the weather suddenly changes, you will be ready to go.
Choose Reliable Lawncare Services
At SecureLawn, we know the importance of preparing for fall. Contact us today to learn more about fall landscaping services.