Ten Landscaping Things To Do This Fall

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Fall is not far off! Here are ten things that we should do landscaping-wise in the fall. We know it can seem that there is not much to do, but there might just be more than you think.

 

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  • Keep mowing our grass. I know that the weather is getting colder and your grass is growing slower, but still remember to mow it. This way, all the grass continues to get proper sun and, if it snows, you reduce your chances of snow mold. All year around you should just keep your grass at about three inches long.

 

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  • Time to test our soil. This is important to landscaping as well as gardening. You should know he availability of your pH and nutrients. Sending a sample of your soil in to get tested is only around fifteen dollars, and will prove to be beneficial in knowing what additives the soil needs.

 

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  • Give the lawn a refresher and reseed it. The summer season can do some wear and tear so, after getting it tested, reseed your lawn. It depends on your lawn, but usually you need about three pounds for every one thousand square feet.

 

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  • Turn the mulch. This can make things look a bit newer and can even prevent the need for more mulch. You shouldn’t have more than about two or three inches of mulch. If you have more, than shave some layers off because you could be aiding diseases and pest, and also suffocating the lawn.

 

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  • Short on mulch? Make some more. This can be as easy as gathering old leaves and grinding them up with your lawn mower. This is also a very organic way to do it, which is usually the best way to do it for your lawn and garden.

 

 

Continue to the next page for more landscaping things we need to do for fall.

 

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