Every winter season is different from the one that came before it. Depending on what this year’s cold season brings, you lawn may experience different symptoms. These symptoms can be caused by extremely low dreamstime_xxl_16025093temperatures and excess snow or ice. Below are just a few things that could go wrong with your lawn this winter should you not hire a team of professionals like the ones at Lawn Connection to take care of your grass.

Dormant
It is easy to tell when your grass has gone dormant because the usual vibrant green color will be replaced with a boring brown hue. Do not worry, however, this is fairly typical of grass that resides in colder winter climates. This grass is still alive and will be back to its beautiful green self come spring.
Desiccate
When your grass is desiccated it means that it is essentially dehydrated. This is the most common in areas that have extremely low temperatures and yet do not receive a lot of snow or ice during the winter season.
Death
Even though it’s the last thing you want to happen, sometimes grass dies. Often this can be attributed to trauma like heavy foot traffic that occurs on grass that is covered by snow or ice. If your grass dies over the winter don’t feel as though it is the end of the world. Call the Camden County lawn experts at Lawn Connection and we will make sure nothing like this ever happens to your yard again.