Early spring and fall are ideal times for restoring dead lawns to life. Some yards are so starved for attention and oxygen, you just need to literally poke them to make them feel alive again. Your yard is a living, breathing community filled with billions of microbes and microscopic organisms per handful of soil. But, with a little work and a few growing seasons, you can Restore your yard into that plot of healthy green grass you’ve always wanted.
How do I revitalize my backyard?
Try to be positive here – there’s something beautiful in every wild place, even if looking at the weeds is absolutely killing you. Not only will you find this too overwhelming, but you’ll likely have difficulty tackling all of these tasks at once. While you’re deciding what you want to do, take the time to make a list about what you like and dislike about the current garden space. With your rake and pruning tools in hand, fully examine your property and assess the state of your lawn.
When you want to rejuvenate and restore a neglected garden, it starts with a few simple baby steps – and there are plenty of reasons to consider revitalizing your garden.