5 Tips To Make Your Lawn Vibrant

No one likes a bald, moss lawn filled with yellowish-green grasses. They mar the appearance of your property and are signs that reflect your negligence.


On the other hand, a rich lawn covered with deep-green grasses draws wow from passers-by and is the envy of the neighborhood. But a vibrant lawn just doesn't happen. You need to do your part.


Not to worry, as Lehigh valley lawn care pros, we'll point you in the right direction. Here are 5 tips to make your lawn vibrant!



1. Water properly and deeply.


Your lawn needs water, but only in the right amount. The best time to water your lawn is in the morning, as watering in the evening leaves excess water in the soil, which is a recipe for root rot.


Watering with the sun up denies the roots of adequate water as evaporation is at its highest.

Also, concentrate your efforts on watering deeply rather frequently. When you water, leave the sprinkler long enough for your lawn to get a good soaking, which is usually about 45 minutes.


It's best to water once or twice a week unless conditions are hot.


2. Mow your lawn.


Many people understand the necessity of mowing a beautiful, green lawn. But not many know how to mow correctly.


Make sure to only mow your lawn when it is dry enough. You also don't want to cut the grass too close to the ground.


Mowing too short will encourage the growth of weed. And the best time to mow is the morning when it isn't too hot - it helps prevent the plant from losing water.


3. Keep the soil aerated.


Like humans, your lawn needs to breathe. You can help your soil take in adequate oxygen by regularly aerating it.


Aeration also facilitates the absorption of nutrients and water into the soil. Now, how do you do this?


The simplest and cheapest way to aerate your soil is by using a garden fork to poke holes in the soil at 15 cm intervals. If you can buy one, you can use a plug aerator.


A natural method is to add earthworms to loosen the soil, which also helps to add organic matter.


4. Feed your lawn with fertilizers.


Humans have Recommended Dietary Intakes (RDI), which is the amount of a certain nutrient they need to keep them well-nourished.


You can think of fertilizers as plants' own RDI.


Most times, your lawn lacks or has less than the required amount of some essential nutrients required for optimal growth.


Most fertilizers usually replenish your soil with nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus.


However, you need to know the specific nutrient your soil requires so you can use the right fertilizer. You also have to know if the PH of your Lehigh Valley lawn is suitable for plant growth.



5. Control lawn weeds and diseases.


Using all of the tips above can help you prevent the outbreak of diseases, minimize weed growth, keep pests in check, and achieve a vibrant Lehigh Valley lawn.


In addition, you can work with a Lehigh Valley lawn care professional that offers weed control programs to help keep pre and post-emergent weeds at bay.


Those are the 5 tips to make your lawn vibrant!


While they are simple and easy to implement, they can be overwhelming. We understand. You have a lot on your hands, and lawn care may be the last thing on your mind.


D3's complete lawn care programs include grass mowing, yard clean-up, fertilization, leaf removal, and other services that keep your lawn in tip-top condition all season! Get a vibrant Lehigh Valley lawn today!