The lawn is the first thing that visitors see when they come to your home, so you want to make sure it looks its best. Mowing your lawn is a weekly ritual for many people, but did you know that there are ways to keep your grass green and healthy without ever having to set foot near a mower? Check out these amazing tips to find out how!


The first thing you need to do before you even begin caring for your lawn is to choose a grass type that grows well in your area. There are many different types of grasses commonly used for lawns and each one has its requirements for sun exposure, water, and fertilizer. 

Research which grass is best suited to grow in the climate where you live so that you can give it all the care it needs without having to worry about whether or not it will thrive. Apart from choosing the type of grass, you’ll also need to know what it requires, as stated by Urban Organic Yield. Not all grass types require the same, so make sure to do additional research.


A lot of people think that they need to water their lawn heavily to keep it looking nice but this can be harmful. It’s best to water your lawn regularly so that the soil beneath stays moist without having to saturate it and create soggy conditions. The frequency at which you’ll need to water will depend on the type of grass you have, but a good general rule is about an inch per week for most types of grasses. 

Like watering, fertilizing your lawn is something a lot of people do too often rather than not enough. Instead, try fertilizing your lawn twice a year and skip out on feeding it every month or two. This will allow your grass to get the nutrients it needs without going overboard and creating more problems than you started with.


A lot of people believe that the best way to mow their lawn is to always keep it short, but this can harm your grass in the long run. Instead, try cutting your grass a little higher – about two or three inches – and mowing it often so that you don’t have to do such a big trim all at once. Cutting high also helps your grass grow deeper roots which will make it healthier overall. If you’re guilty of skipping out on aerating your lawn every year, then now is the time to change that. 

Aeration is important because it helps your grass get air, water, and nutrients deeper into the soil so that they have better access to reach the roots. Use a tool called an aerator to poke holes into the ground on your lawn so that your grass can benefit more from everything you give it.


Weeds will start growing in any environment where there is no competition for space or food and this includes your lawn too. To keep them out of sight and prevent them from taking over, try using weed killers regularly while also pulling up as many weeds as you can by hand when you see them. This will help keep weeds at bay and allow your precious grass to stay healthy instead of having to compete with the weeds for resources.


A lot of people don’t realize that mulch is beneficial in more ways than just adding color to your garden or looking nice; it helps protect and improve the health of your grass, too! Adding a layer of mulch around plants will help prevent weed growth while also insulating the soil beneath so that it doesn’t dry out as easily. Choose organic-based mulches for best results. 

While grubs can be found on any lawn, you won’t usually have to worry about them damaging the health of your grass unless they get out of control. If you start to notice that your grass is dying off and there are no signs of anything else being wrong, then it’s very likely that you have a grub infestation. To get rid of them once and for all, try using some beneficial nematodes to kill off any remaining pests.

Keeping your grass healthy isn’t as hard as it may seem! With these tips in mind, you’ll be well on your way to having the greenest lawn on your block. Remember research, water regularly, fertilize twice a year, mow high but often, keep weeds under control with mulch/nematodes, and more.

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