Fall Landscaping Tips – Part 1

As the summer is slowly winding down, children are back in school, and the weather begins to get a bit cooler, here are some tips and suggestions for readying your landscaping for the upcoming Fall season.

 

Mowing Your Lawn

Continue mowing your lawn until the grass stops growing.  You still have a good 6-10 weeks depending on your climate.  As the weather cools, reduce the blade cutting size so the grass is not as short.

Soil Testing + Reseeding

The Fall season is a great time to plant new grass.  However, before doing so, be sure to have your soil pH level tested.  It’s a sure-fire way of knowing whether or not seeding will prove viable.

Mulching

Take a small rake or hoe and turn up the mulch; in other words, move it around so as to give it some ‘fluff’.  This can reduce the need to purchase more, but ultimately allows more air circulation and keep the total thickness around 2-3 inches.

READY FOR THE LANDSCAPING PROFESSIONALS TO GIVE YOU A HAND?

If you have any questions, or are looking for a reputable company to help with your lawncare or landscaping in the Howard County or Montgomery County areas, contact us at Rhine Landscaping by giving us a call at 410-442-2445. We’ve got the knowledge your lawn needs to get it ready for the fall. You can also contact us on our website. We can help you plan, plant, and create the yard of your dreams. You can also check out our blogs to stay on top of landscaping trends and tips.,

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