Fall Tips for Your Landscaping and Lawn in Lake Stevens

leaves-on-lawnFall is here. This is the season to really be mindful of lawn maintenance to get the landscape ready for the upcoming winter. One way the homeowner can care for the yard is by raking and removing the leaves. People think raking the leaves is for purely aesthetic purposes, but it has a functional purpose as well. Learn the basics of fall lawn care and why it warrants homeowner attention.

Why Leaf Removal Is Important

When there are excess leaves on the floor, the leaves become a barrier that blocks the sunlight and deprives the growing seeds of much-needed light. In addition, when it rains, the leaves become soggy, paving the way for mold and mildew growth. On top of that, should it snow, the snow becomes a second barrier on top of the leaves that block even more essential light.

Other Fall Lawn Maintenance Duties

Your lawn also requires preparation for winter and the ensuing spring the following year. Remove the weeds and discard dead flowers, vegetation, and plant debris. Mulch the area using ground leaves that you can produce with a lawnmower mulching option. The shredded leaves can be better utilized by the microorganisms in the soil and essentially becomes beneficial compost. This makes them far more advantageous than whole leaves left alone.

Let Us Help With Fall Lawn Care in Lake Stevens

If seasonal lawn maintenance is too time-consuming or cost-prohibitive, then a viable alternative is artificial grass. This completely eliminates common issues associated with conventional grass, such as weeds and soil erosion. Yet, it has the same level of aesthetic and curb appeal. Contact SynTurf to renovate your lawn with artificial turf and make mowing and fertilizing a thing of the past. 

Fall Lawn Care in Lake Stevens

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Posted on September 11, 2021 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business