Spring is just around the corner, and it’s about time to start preparing our gardens for Spring. Nature will soon start to recover after the dormant months.
At first, use lawn fertilizer with slightly lower nitrogen content, which encourages root growth, instead of high nitrogen products, which make your grass grow faster and taller. If you’re raking your lawn, be sure that it’s dry enough and that the dormant grass is still quite brown.
Pay huge attention to weather conditions, as temperatures can fluctuate in the spring. It might be useful if you wait 48 hours after any rain and then plant your seeds. Seeds need moist soil, but not wet, since too much water will prevent germination and your seeds will suffocate and rot.