lawn, lawncare, landscaping

Ready to make your lawn healthy and strong?

Keeping your lawn looking fresh and beautiful can seem like an impossible task. There are a lot of things to consider when it comes to tending to your lawn, but we’re going to highlight some of the important ones today. So, are you ready to learn more about how to tend to your lawn in Clarksville? Here we go!

Get to know your lawn.

One of the keys to success when it comes to lawn care is knowing what sort of lawn you are dealing with. What type of grass is it? Where are the slopes and potential problem areas? By identifying these potential problems, you will be able to head to the garden store or talk to your contractor informed. This will save you time and money, so you might want to think about giving it a try. Look for areas that might not get the sunlight they need or places that might get too much sunlight. Are there places where people walk a lot? The soil here can become too compacted and this will require a nice dose of aeration. Don’t worry, if you’re not sure what to do or are concerned that you might not do it properly, you can always call on the professionals for help. It’s what we do.

Keeping your lawn trimmed is great if you know what to do.

Keeping your lawn trimmed is essential in keeping it healthy. Now, the best length for your lawn is determined by the type of grass you have. Two inches seem to be a catch-all length for most types, so if you’re not sure then just go with that. Make sure to keep your lawn at this height so that it can keep growing strong.

Need some help with your lawn in Clarksville? We’re here for you.

If you think you’re ready to start getting your yard back to all of its verdant glory then you can contact Rhine Landscaping by giving us a call at 410-442-2445. We’ve got the knowledge your lawn needs to get it ready for summer. 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.