Sunday is the first day of Fall - a very important season for your lawn health. That's right, if you prepare your lawn for going dormant this winter you'll be rewarded in the spring with a lush vibrant yard!
Mowing and watering are still important tasks to keep up in the fall. Temperatures are cooler but if you aren't receiving regular rainfall you will need to continue to water your lawn. Mow on a higher setting to provide some extra insulation for your yard before the winter sets in.
Fall is also time to plant your spring bulbs, reseed the thin patches in your yard and go after those pesky weeds.
Once the leaves start falling make sure to rake them up so they don't cut off your lawn's supply of sunlight and oxygen.
What lawn care tips do you employ to take care of your yard for the Fall and Winter?