Going Green with your Landscaping - Rhine Landscaping

Going Green with your Landscaping

Your lawn is among the most important parts of your landscaping and home. A lawn that is well taken care of and maintained not only looks better, but is often easier to maintain and should you need to sell your home, can typically allow a higher price point. To help in the movement of ‘going green’, here are a few Landscaping Tips for helping the environment, and your lawn.

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1)      Raking Your Lawn. Not only can a rake rid your lawn of excess fallen leaves, twigs, or other debris, but a good rake will help with what is called, thatch, the layer of dead turf between the green vegetation and the soil. A layer of thatch about a half-inch or more can have adverse effects on the health of your lawn.

2)      Grass Health. A neutral pH balance is best for proper grass growth. If your landscape has many moss plants, the pH can be more on the acidic side. Therefore, utilizing a lawn spreader with lime can help neutralize the pH balance back to normal. Be sure to use a test kit for measuring the pH of your soil and determine the proper amount of lime that is recommended.

3)      A Fertile Landscape: Using an organic compost or mulch will help promote proper growth of your lawn.

At Rhine Landscaping, a professional landscaper servicing the Howard County, Maryland areas, we can help you keep your lawn in tip-top shape with one of our maintenance packages. Our spring clean ups include deadheading flowers, pruning trees and shrubs, fertilizing, applying fresh mulch, and more. Call Rhine Landscaping today at 410-442-2445 or click here for more information, and let us help you grow your garden.

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