Is your grass not green enough? It may be due to a poor grass variety. Sometimes our lawns change with landscaping and time so that the type of grass we originally planted is not necessarily the best type of grass for today. Here are a few solutions to this lawn care problem from Heritage Lawns & Irrigation.
Seeding Can Help Make Grass Greener
Seeding is a tool we can use to thicken bare or thin areas. Grasses like tall fescue don’t spread well and need seeding to help damaged areas recover. The best time of year to seed is from September 1 to October 15.
A Fresh Start is Sometimes the Best
Sometimes it is better to start all over. In cases where we have undesirable grasses, it is better to kill off all of the bad growth and start over with the best seed you can get. It is amazing how many little problems go away when you have a good foundation or call us at (913) 451-4664 to discuss your situation.