Your newly hydroseeded lawn has been applied, and now all you have to do is wait for your green lawn to grow. Of course, there are some care and maintenance duties you must keep up with to ensure your lawn establishes healthy and lush. The following guide can help you understand the necessary early care. How often must you water? For the first 24 hours, you generally do not need to water your lawn.
- Trees can be a beautiful addition to any lawn or landscape. However, if the trees are allowed to grow without direction or they grow to large, then you find yourself in trouble. Often a tree will grow out over a house and limbs can fall on the roof. It is also possible that the tree grows into power lines. Either situation can be very dangerous and cause a lot of property damage, but it can also cause a lot of bodily damage.
- There are several ways to increase curb appeal for your home--ranging from "cheap and easy" to "expensive and complex". But, using your landscaping to make things appear more lush definitely falls into the "cheap and easy" category. Here are 4 ways to do it. Install a Sprinkler System Keeping the grass green and the flower beds colorful is harder when you rely on hand-watering with hoses and manual sprinklers. You're much more likely to see a lush, green lawn once you install sprinklers and let them do the work automatically.
- When homeowners work on their landscape, they will likely grow plants all over the yard. Placing them in the ground and taking care of the plants will lead to an attractive and desirable landscape. But, while you may be a homeowner, you may not have the intention to stay in the home for more than a few years. So, you may want to invest time and money into upgrading the landscape while you are there, but you should also consider some things that you can do to still benefit from the work that is done after you move.
- When you think of a lawn, in most cases you're probably thinking of grass. However, thyme has shown to be a reliable alternative to a grass lawn. Installing a thyme lawn can involve a lot of work. However, once the lawn is established, you will have a nearly maintenance-free lawn that's great for the environment. What Varieties Of Thyme Work Best Creeping thyme is the variety of choice for a lawn alternative.