How To Get A Double Dark Green Lawn

If you missed yesterday's email I talked about continuing your lawn domination now that we're a few weeks into Spring.

I'm seeing a lot of questions about timing, and we all know timing is key for everything (especially comedy).

With that, let me give you the tl;dr

If you're brand new to lawn care, you'll want to start with the basics. This will get you twice as far as your neighbor who scalps his lawn. 

Next, you'll want to start mapping out when and what to Throw Down in order to dominate over the coming holidays. 

Nobody wants to invite the family over for the annual cookout to watch kids run up your power bill. We do it to show our Alpha lawn status. 

To really nail the double dark green lawn this summer you'll have to get your timing right.

For you cool season folks with Kentucky Bluegrass, Perennial Ryegrass, Turf Type Tall Fescue and Fine Fescues. You can pick up a copy of my Cool Season Guide here. (YOU'LL WANT TO START IN SECTION TWO)

[Cool Season Turf] - Hybrid Organic Lawn Program



Those of you in the warmer southern states like myself with St. Augustine or Bermuda, Zoysia, Bahia, and Centipede. You'll want to pick up my Warm Season Guide below. (THE BEST PLACE TO START WILL BE ON PAGE 15) 

[Warm Season Turf] - Hybrid Organic Lawn Program



Each of these yearly guides will show you exactly what to Throw Down and when, to really nail those family picture perfect holidays.

That's the real way to dominate year round ... with your perfect turf in the family photo on your in-laws mantel!


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