Posted by Nicci | Posted in Garden | Posted on 15-02-2012
The groundhog may have predicted a long winter earlier this month, but that means that Spring is just around the corner. Whether March comes in like a lion or a lamb, you need to have your lawn ready to grow. As Seen On TV garden tools and grass seeds can prepare your lawn for the season ahead, giving you a beautiful lawn that your neighbors will envy.
What steps can you take to ensure you have great landscaping without breaking your back in the summer heat?
First, make sure you have a lush, green lawn that is sturdy and resistant to traffic and weather extremes. Patch Perfect Grass Seed is, well, perfect for quickly growing sturdy grass on spots that have been left bare by heavy foot traffic, extreme shade, or blistering sun. Each Patch Perfect seed is encapsulated with fertilizer, helping your grass grow quickly and covering barren places on your lawn.
Next, you’ll want to ensure that your entire lawn is thick and green. Don’t just take care of bare spots; you’ll want a lush, gorgeous lawn from porch to curb. Quick Lawn is designed to start growing hardy four-season grass in as little as seven days. Canada Green Perfect Grass Turf grows in as little as ten days and is cultivated to be weed-resistant, insect-resistant, and resilient against both high traffic and extreme temperatures.
When your lawn is in shape, it’s time to start looking at your flowerbeds. Even before spring planting, there are things you can do to get your beds and bushes ready for landscaping. Awesome Auger can be used to cut roots, dig holes for planting, aerate the soil, and more. Use Awesome Auger before planting to destroy weeds at the root, and use it during planting to dig holes without sacrificing your back.
Finally, don’t neglect your bushes and hedges. During the winter, your manicured hedges may lose their shape, and bushes become overgrown and scraggly. The Garden Groom is a safe, yet powerful hedge trimmer that collects debris as it works. You won’t have to pick up branches, leaves, and twigs after trimming your hedges, because the Garden Groom shreds and collects clippings, which can in turn be used for mulch.
It may be cold outside now, but it’s time to start thinking about warmer weather. Enjoy curling up by the fire, because yard work will be here before you know it. Fortunately, As Seen On TV lawn and garden products can make the job easier and will have you quickly enjoying the fruits of your labor.