By Paul Schmitt
Having a lush and healthy lawn can be a challenge for some property owners. A few helpful tips can go a long way in keeping your grass green and thriving. Trevor Marin from Lawn and Landscape Specialists recommends setting the blades of your mower high enough to ensure a healthier lawn.
Marin says you never want to cut your lawn too short. Once the hot summer months are here, it is a better idea to leave grass a little longer to prevent damage to your lawn. Preventative weed care and fertilization of your lawn are two maintenance applications that should be done this time of year as well, according to Marin.