Itching to retire your lawn mower for winter? Learn when to stop cutting the grass.
The lawn-care experts at HGTV share their spring to-do list for maintaining a lush, healthy lawn year-round.
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How to decide whether to renovate a lawn or rip it out and start from bare dirt.
Learn how to sharpen a lawn mower blade with step-by-step instructions from HGTV.
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Thatch causes trouble for your lawn when it exceeds 1/2 inch thick. Cutting through and removing thatch will improve your lawn's health.
Lawn fertilizers consist of nitrogen, phosphate, potassium and other nutrients. Of these, nitrogen is the most important for healthy growth.
If not repaired, damaged edges will continue to deteriorate, and like any bare patch, they also provide an open invitation for weeds to establish. Reseeding a damaged edge is rarely effective, so try tackling the problem using this simple technique.
Get your lawn in shape to cope with winter by giving it a little TLC in the fall.
Learn how to repair lawn depressions and hollows with this step-by-step guide.
Summer can leave lawns hard and patchy. Try these tips for improving a summer-damaged lawn.
Learn how to start a brand-new warm-season lawn or patch an existing one using plugs or sprigs.
Thorough, careful watering encourages deep, drought-resistant roots in your lawn and garden. Follow the steps below to ensure best results.
Find out how to tell your zoysia from your fescue and other tips for selecting the right grass for your lawn from HGTV Gardens.