#1 Feed your lawn - Often lawns that lack proper fertilizer tend to grow thin. Adding fertilizer in the spring and fall will increase the vigor and thickness of your lawn. Try fertilizing with Dr. Earth Organic Lawn Food, while being chalked full of organic microbes, it also contains no phosphorus so your water ways can stay healthy too.
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Spring is poised to fill the world with color, fragrance and beauty, until then here are things to bide your time.
Carry on the Rose Festival tradition in your garden with the addition of “Velvet Majesty.”
In early February I turned my winter cover crop under and last weekend I added a layer of premium Malibu compost to the garden with some Cascade Minerals and a little bit of lime. My soil thermometer is tucked into the garden where I check the temperature every few days waiting for the earth to reach 45 degrees then I sow the first crop of lettuce seeds: Gourmet mix.