Lawn & Garden

Is your lawn BBQ-ready?

$Price Varies. by Bookoo Fan in Pulaski County, Jun 28
Send Message
Is your lawn BBQ-ready? in Fort Leonard Wood
Is your lawn BBQ-ready? in Fort Leonard Wood
Is your lawn BBQ-ready? in Fort Leonard Wood
Is your lawn BBQ-ready? in Fort Leonard Wood
Is your lawn BBQ-ready? in Fort Leonard Wood

The Weekend is just days away. Is your lawn BBQ-ready?

..Is Your Yard BBQ Season Ready?..

After all, it will have to endure increased activity such as foot traffic, impromptu baseball games and parties as well as general exposure to environmental elements.

Overseeding provides the foundation for a lush and, dare we say, more durable lawn that will hold up to the rigors of summer activities. However, when it comes to hosting long holiday weekends or just a random Saturday BBQ to show off your grilling skills, it doesn’t hurt to give your yard a little extra care and attention to make your get-togethers a bit more special.

So, with that in mind, here are a few things to consider to make sure your yard is just as popular as your smoked ribs:

Mow two days prior to your event.

This will give your yard a freshly manicured and striped appearance while having the lushness of new growth underfoot without looking overgrown.

Add fresh mulch to flower beds.

Aside from the functional benefits of mulch, like moisture retention and weed control, it makes landscaped beds look cared for and finished.

Spray for weeds and add fertilizer. to moles and bare patches...are the worst. Simply pulling or spraying for weeds can make an almost instantaneous positive difference in the appearance of your yard.

Speaking of bare patches, seed them.

Well, seed or sod them. Bare patches are visually disruptive, especially in a sea of lush green. Build up the soil if necessary and either seed or sod those dead-to-the-world areas to add life to your yard.

Water. But just to the roots.

It’s important to maintain good moisture levels in your yard to promote growth and to protect against increased foot traffic but don’t soak your yard to the point where it’s sloshy, which totally defeats the purpose of throwing a backyard bash.

Clear debris.

Take the time to clean up random debris such as leaves, sticks/branches, etc.

There you have it, a few quick tips to make the Summers Weekends and the rest of the BBQ season totally next level. Now, not only can you boast the best bratwurst this side of Johnsonville, wherever that is, you can also lay claim to the best yard on the block to celebrate summer.

By contacting 573-286-4O79

Posted in: Lawn & Garden.
Find out how close you are to this item!
123 Awesome Street
If needed, move the map to center the marker on your location.
Send Message
Posted By: Bookoo Fan More From:

Join the 2,603,835 happy neighbors and get started selling and saving!

There's even a "You Must Be Happy" Guarantee.

Buy & Sell

©2019 Bookoo, Inc. 2270 US Highway 30, Oswego, IL 60543. Dedicated to our families.