Maintaining lawns can be a nightmare…

but it doesn’t have to be.

We give you simple, step-by-step guides to squash weeds and grow healthy grass so you can be proud of owning the best yard on the block.

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Grass Guides

  • how to install artificial grass

    How to Install Artificial Grass [DIY Guide]

    What is Artificial Grass? Artificial grass was developed in the 1960s and quickly changed the world of professional sports before becoming popular in residential projects later on. It is made of plastic pellets which have been melted and combined with green colors and chemical stabilizers. This mixture is pressed through metal sheets with flat, rectangular […] More

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  • Kentucky 31 Tall Fescue

    Complete Guide to Tall Fescue Grass Seed

    In 1931 Dr. E. N. Fergus, a professor in the agricultural department at the University of Kentucky, traveled to Menifee County in the eastern part of the state to judge a sorghum syrup competition. While at the competition he was approached by a local man who asked if he was aware of a wondrous grass […] More

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  • Zoysia grass

    Complete Guide to Zoysia Grass Seed

    For decades, beginning in the late 1970s and persisting well into the 2000s, if you were to open your Sunday newspaper you’d find tucked somewhere inside it a glossy ad touting the benefits of zoysia. The advertisers were selling plugs of zoysia grass; plant them in a bare yard, you were told, and be patient, […] More

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  • The Best Time to Plant Grass Seed

    It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out how to grow a beautiful lawn, but it does require some careful planning.  Growing a verdant, healthy lawn starts with the right timing. Once you know the best time to plant grass seed, you’ll be able to maximize your time so you have to do as […] More

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  • planting grass seed

    How to Plant Grass Seed [7 Steps]

    If you want a lawn that’s worthy of your neighbors’ envy, it’s no question you need to put in the time and effort to cultivate it. A thick, lush lawn doesn’t happen overnight. Instead, it requires some careful planning and attention to see results. Grass grows the best when your regional climate matches the specific type […] More

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  • How to aerate your lawn

    6 Steps to Aerate Your Lawn [DIY How To]

    Whether you’re an avid gardener or just looking to renovate your own lawn, you may have heard of aerating your soil. It’s an easy, simple, and quick process that can reap your garden or lawn massive benefits in a comparatively short amount of time. Aerating your soil involves perforating it with small holes in order […] More

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Weed Guides

  • How to get rid of clover

    3 Steps to Get Rid of Clover [DIY How To]

    Clover is a plant with many identities. To some it is a weed, to others a desirable part of a home lawn, to others a feed crop and to still others a source of fascination, religious symbolism and perhaps, good luck. What is Clover? Clover is a commonly used name for the genus Trifolium, a […] More

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  • how to get rid of dandelions

    3 Steps to Get Rid of Dandelions [DIY How To]

    Beloved by young children who enjoy blowing their seeds in the wind but despised by those who tend to their gardens and yard, dandelions are arguably the most well known weed on the planet. Ridding them from a home lawn is not difficult but requires an understanding of the plant and its somewhat unique growth […] More

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  • Roundup alternative

    5 Roundup Alternatives for Lawns

    It’s hard to find a homeowner that thinks weeds are a great addition to their landscape. There is no question that weeds are a constant battle, and finding a way to keep them in control, aside from having to pull them all by hand is quite important. Spending your summer on your hands and knees […] More

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  • How to get rid of crabgrass

    3 Steps To Get Rid of Crabgrass [DIY How To]

    Few weeds provoke greater ire for those who tend to their lawns than crabgrass. Arriving in most areas in early to mid summer, crabgrass is acutely invasive and capable of taking over entire yards if left unchecked. Its pale, green color and low growing habit stand out and make it a particularly conspicuous eyesore in […] More

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