wonder we spend so much time on our lawn ending up watching it go dormant for
the winter time. With this much time invested, become aware, proud, and willing
to keep up the good healthy work keeping your lawn fresh, green, and healthy
even through the winter months.
Remember, the better we keep our lawn
maintained, the less we see in the way of pests and insects. Truly a green
lawn, one that is given more care than usual, is a seller point in all aspects.
Here is a list of the tools and materials you will need during the
winter months :
To start off with, get a five gallon bucket
and empty a whole container of Miracle grow into the bucket. Fill the bucket
with water until filled. This will be the solution in which you will water your
lawn during the winter months. You will now need a hose feeder, which is a
container that hooks to the end of the hose and sucks out the Miracle solution,
in which is contained in the spreader and waters your lawn. You will now hook
the end of the hose to the hose attachment that hooks to your kitchen sink.
Turn on the water in the sink and make sure that the water is more than luke
warm. Sit back and watch your lawn grow miracles.
- A garden hose
- A 5 gallon bucket
- A hose feeder
- Miracle grow
- Warm water
- A hose attachment to a sink.
- And lots of care.
|| Once the spreader
feeder has emptied, you may repeat the process as many times as needed, but I
recommend that you apply the mixture at least twice per week, as the lawn can
go dormant if you do not water more often.
Now you know the secret. But
there is more. Why warm water? Why during the winter time? And why even keep
the lawn green? I tell you now, what care you give to your lawn during the
dormant time, is essential in bringing forth a healthy and strong lawn in the
summer months to come. It is essential in grooming your lawn all year long.
Using warm water, elongates the cavities of the root system. This in turn keeps
the roots from going dormant, thus providing the grass blades with water in
which they need to grow.
So you see, there is a reason to everything.
As long as you keep the roots active, you keep the texture, the activity, and
the presence of a strong and healthy lawn. You also allow the roots to grow
even thicker and deeper, as they would not be allowed during some of the
hottest Summer months.
Last but least, you would always want to keep
your lawn green. Not only does it affect the way that people view your
responsibility habits, but it keeps pests away such as grubs, fleas, and other
boring animals. Keep your lawn green, keep your work worthwhile. Happy lawn
care to you.