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7 Important Winter Lawn Care Tips

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  1. 7 Important Winter Lawn Care Tips As the days are shorter and the yards are covered by fallen leaves, with occasional snowy blankets, many of home or business owners of Edmonton start looking to overcome on winter lawn care and snow removal issues. But if you do not fix your lawn for the cold, it may be harder to revive your lawn, garden and other landscapes as early as spring. If you plan to buy or sell a home, a nude, unattractive garden can weaken you. In order to keep your property ready for the warmer months, first you have to deal with the Edmonton Snow Removal and Edmonton Lawn Care so follow these simple tips for winter garden care. 1- Know your grass How to prepare your lawn for winter depends on the part of your lawn mat or turf that is it made up for a hot weather or a cool season. For Edmonton, this may be difficult because of this grazing place being planted in both hot and cold weather. If you are not sure what category your grass is, check out useful White' N Green online tools or whatever you like. The type of grass your race will help you determine the best fertilization and winter care habits for your particular lawn.

  2. 2- Keep the grass short before winter stops Before your garden starts to freeze, your lawn should have a nice short length. If you do not but the grass so then in remaining winter the lawns will be a shelter for mice and other animals, which can cause serious damage to your garden and leave spots in springtime. To avoid these, you should mow the lawn before the membrane is predicted. This ensures that your lawn stays healthy and ready for the next growing period of time. However, do not try to cut your lawn at one time. This will not only allow your lawn to survive the winter, it will also make your lawn weak in winter weeds due to the weight of Edmonton Snow. Rather, prepare the lawn as slowly as winter approaches, by this your grass will adobe the natural growth. 3. Fertilization of your lawn The fertilization of your lawn before winter may seem contradictory, but this is important more than any other step, and it can make your pasture spring healthy. During severe winter, weeds that actively maintain the strength of their roots begin in the leaf area. The application of a winter fertilizer sends food directly to their origins only when they need it, so they can recover a few months later. For most pastures in Edmonton, the winter lawn care application in October or November is the right solution. However, for some grasses with warm weather, fertilization after September can damage any new development if the first attempt of frost came too early. If you have a warm grass season, consider consulting a local Lawn Care Edmonton expert to find out that you should fertilize your lawn or not. 4. Aerated before winter As with fertilization, aeration will also keep the roots of your healthy winter grass. By distributing oxygen and nutrients to the soil before winter, spring grass has a greater chance of healthy growth. Aeration can occur either manually or with a motorized aerator, depending on the size of your lawn. 5. Remove dead branches and other debris Dead branches ready to fall are not only a potential hazard to your lawn, but these are also dangerous for your house, car and other assets. So its up to you that you take care of your trees and dry branches and try to remove them by your self or through a professional team on the right time to prevent from any serious damage. Fallen branches and other debris, such as toys and lawn furniture, should also be removed before winter. Once your grass slows its growth, the elements left in the spring can cause spots.

  3. 6. Prevent the damage of your property A common mistake made by winter owners is the spread of excess salt on their roads. Although de-icing products can be a great way to protect people in their way at your door, but too much salt that ends in your lawn will eventually kill your grass. Every time you remove snow from your path or salt, your lawn will get harm and other plants too. Use this to avoid just defaming as needed and make your foot your main defensive line against the slip. Also check the instructions of your ice maker to make sure you only use the amount of salt you need. The Snow Removal Edmonton can also be check by the local experts. 7. Protect sensitive plants Many plants in your garden or your veranda will have a problem surviving high winds and low temperatures in winter. To protect them, move them from windy places. Plants can help in the home or in the middle of a large space. Then prepare your plants for winter by following their roots separated from a thick layer of mulch. Also, when frost or freezing is expected in the next few days, water your plants and cover them before the temperature is too low. Enough coverage depends on the plant. In some cases, a large canvas may work better, while smaller plants may be covered by a removable container. If you are looking for a new home with a larger lawn to stay beautiful every time, try these tips and you can contact White N Green in your any need. We'd love to help you at your home to provide you’re the best offers as you always wanted