If you plan to feed your lawn only once a year, make it a fall feeding. Cooler weather encourages root growth and winter rains can wash slow-release lawn food deep into the root zone.
If you plan to feed your lawn only once a year, make it a fall feeding. Cooler weather encourages root growth and winter rains can wash slow-release lawn food deep into the root zone. Janet Jensen
If you plan to feed your lawn only once a year, make it a fall feeding. Cooler weather encourages root growth and winter rains can wash slow-release lawn food deep into the root zone. Janet Jensen

Now’s the best time of the year to add lime to get a prettier lawn next spring

September 15, 2018 07:00 PM

About Marianne Binetti

Marianne Binetti

@binettigarden

Marianne Binetti is the author of "Easy Answers for Great Gardens" and eight other gardening books. She has a degree in horticulture from WSU and will answer questions from her Web site at www.binettigarden.com.