Weather often leaves gardens in a bad state, especially in the winter when conditions are dry and harsh. The spring/summer gardening season allows people to make amends and breathe some life into their lost plants. The task of reseeding a lawn will rank high amongst a gardener’s prospective duties, as imperfections or dead grass will stick out like a sore thumb.
How to reseed a patchy lawn
Patchy lawns have several potential causes, including neglect, infestations or even dog urine.
But each cause has the same solution; reseeding, ideally done around spring with equal parts sun and rain.
And there are several steps to ensure the process goes off without a hitch.
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How to maintain lawn health
Lawn grass is hardier than many plants, but it still requires some TLC every now and again.
Experts recommend ensuring the lawn has sunlight, proper drainage and appropriate moisture levels.
Lawns also require some fertiliser during spring and autumn, watering, and occasional de-weeding.