If you want to protect your lawn from drought and maintain its beauty, there are a few ways to
keep your landscaping green. Watering your lawn in the evening between 4 and 6 p.m. should
ensure that the top six to eight inches of soil are always wet. Aim to water your lawn with about
one inch per week. If you’re using a sprinkler, apply it early in the morning and avoid sprinkling
the lawn during dry weather.

Another way to keep your lawn green is to prevent weeds from infesting it. Spot treating weeds
can be a great way of keeping your lawn green. If the weeds are small enough that you can
remove them by hand, you may not need an herbicide. Using a spade to dig your lawn will keep
it weed-free. After you have removed all weeds, you can plant grass seeds to promote a lush
green lawn.

You can adjust your lawn’s mowing schedule or apply green paint to your lawn during drought. If
you’ve got a yard that is particularly hard to keep green, you can try laying down some imitation
turf and applying green paint. You can also xeriscape your lawn and install rain barrels to make it
more efficient. By following these tips, you’ll be able to maintain a beautiful green lawn all year
round.


It is best to start early in order to have a lush green lawn. Lawn care in the spring or summer is a
time-consuming task, but the rewards are worth it. It’s essential to learn about the basics so that
you can achieve your dream lawn in no time. Although it takes time to build a thick and healthy
lawn, the rewards are well-worth it. However, it’s important to follow the steps carefully to get the
best results. It’s crucial to understand the steps and how they should be done so you can have a
lush green lawn.

After seeding your lawn, it’s time to fertilize and water it. A well-fed lawn is more able to absorb
water and is less susceptible to weeds. To give your soil essential nutrients as well as oxygen,
you can compost the grass clippings. Pre-emergent herbicide weed and feed in spring will help
to prevent weeds growth. After eight weeks, you can apply regular weed and feed to your lawn.
You can improve the color of your lawn by fertilizing it using iron-containing fertilizers. Make sure
to follow this with a soil building program that includes compost and other soil amendments.
Aerating your grass is another way to prevent soil compaction. By aerating, you’ll reduce the
amount of water your grass needs and prevent compaction. A power aerator is an option for
larger yards.

Aerating your lawn is a great way to improve its health. Too much lawn mowing can lead to soil
compaction. This reduces water drainage, air circulation, as well as nutrient absorption.
Compacted soil can also hinder the growth of beneficial soil organisms. Aerating your lawn is a
good way to keep your lawn healthy.
Summer is the worst time to mow your lawn. It may turn brown but don’t panic. The cooler
weather will soon bring the grass back to green. It is still important to take care of your
landscaping to ensure it remains green throughout the year. You should be aware of the different
grass types that you can use for your lawn. Some grasses are more successful in warmer

climates than others. A good mix between cool and warm-season grasses is best for your lawn.
The pH level of the soil affects how your lawn will look. A neutral pH will make it easier for plants
to absorb nutrients. Lime or potassium can be added to your soil to improve its pH. This is
especially important when it rains because water can wash out nutrients. Good fertilizers should
be applied to your lawn every year. Organic fertilizers can also be added to your landscaping to
make it more beautiful and vibrant.