It’s our favorite month here at Lawn Connection. Not only is spring finally here, which means we can get back to our favorite lawn tasks but April is also National Lawn Care Month! This also happens to be the time of year that people begin preparing their lawns for summer once again. It won’t be long before you are inviting all of your closest friends and family members over for barbecues and backyard games of bocce ball. Keeping this in mind, you probably want to start thinking about what impression your front lawn is going to make when your guests first arrive. Is your grass currently a wreck because of people walking all over it while it was covered with snow? What about your trees and shrubs? Are they looking as though they are struggling since the cold weather dissipated? If you are concerned about your general curb appeal and want to have the most beautiful front yard in your neighborhood this summer, continue reading below. We’re going to tell you precisely how you can do so.
Make sure you take action fast
There is a vital window in which you need to start working on your lawn if you want it to be green and lush this summer. If you choose to wait until it is scorching hot outside, you’re likely going to be dealing with a front yard that is dry and brown. Now that it’s April, this is the time to begin. Calling around to local lawn care companies in order to find out what they can for you and your lawn is a great idea at this time of year. You may also want to consider raking your lawn so that you can get rid of any debris that could be keeping it from doing well.
Get rid of any clutter
If you are someone who has adirondack chairs, sculptures or other decorative aspects in your front yard, you may want to reconsider. After all, the more weight your grass has on it, the less likely it is that it will be able to grow. The sheer weight stunts your lawn in its mission to become strong and vibrant. If you want to keep your curb appeal, think about moving anything that is on your grass in the front yard to the back.
Rethink your landscaping
Has your lawn looked the same since the day you moved in? For some, this means that they haven’t done anything new with their lawn in years, maybe even decades. If this is familiar to you, this may finally be the year that you could change things up! Let’s think about your shrubs or trees in your front yard. If you don’t have any, well this is a great place to start. Check out some photos online and see what sort of shrubbery appeals to you. Once you figure it out, the next step is to simply figure out where it’s going to go and all of a sudden, you have an entirely new front yard.
Care about the health of your lawn
If you want your lawn to not only appear as though it is in good shape, but you truly want it to be healthy, there is no finer way to do so than hiring the expert lawn care team at Lawn Connection. We have plenty of different packages you can choose from. These include everything from regular lawn maintenance to a complete and total overhaul that includes things like grub prevention and mosquito control.
Interested in getting started with Lawn Connection?
Since it is National Lawn Care Month, there is no finer time to call us at Lawn Connection to learn more about what we can do for you and your lawn. Contact us now and let us tell you how we can transform your lawn so that it is ready for summer.