The Home Depot’s lawn care expert answers five of the most frequently asked questions about what it takes to have a carpet of green in your yard.
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Kill weeds early so you can enjoy your lawn all season.
Foot traffic and weather extremes like drought and flooding can damage your lawn, leading to bare patches of dead grass. Follow this three-step process to repair dead patches in your lawn.
Prepare for the growing season now and restore your lawn to health. A healthy lawn starts with a good spring cleanup.
For the healthiest lawn with the fewest weeds, the best strategy is to plan and protect early, before the weeds appear.
Edging your lawn makes for a defined, polished shape, and you’ll save time over using a weed trimmer.
Warm-weather grasses like Bermuda, Zoysia and St. Augustine need a little TLC after a long, hot summer. Fertilize now for a lush, healthy lawn.
Fungal diseases can quickly turn a green lawn into a brown, ugly patch. Identify the problem and treat your grass with the proper fungicide.
One of the last things to worry about after a hurricane is your lawn. But the mess caused by ocean flooding needs attention before anything grows again.
Weeds love to invade lawns, especially broadleaf weeds like dandelions. Today’s broadleaf weed killers take care of the job and eliminate the need to hand weed.
Make plans for your garden before you leave town to be sure it will be green when you get back home.
Looking to save water, time and money? Water your lawn in the early morning.