Taking care of your own lawn this summer? Here are some tips that will make it a breeze.
1. Always remember that your lawn needs to be fertilized in early summer. It helps your grass grow, making it more heat-and-drought resistant which is really important here in South Florida.
2. Set your lawn mower to a high or tall setting. This will keep the roots strong and tall. This will also protect it from the South Florida heat.
3. Sharpen your mower blades. Dull blades will damage your grass.
Finally, remember to water your grass once or twice a week during mid-to-late summer months. And if this all seems like too much work, then hire a pro.