Are you new to the art of gardening? Don’t know what to do after planting some new grass seeds for your garden? Then read on and fret no more! I am here to help you, my fellow aspiring gardener, know when to mow new grass so you can keep your lawn in beautiful shape.
We often make the rookie mistake of mowing grass as soon as we see that it has become too long or unsightly, but it’s actually more than that. These helpful tips will let you know if you should already do so.
Is Monkey grass attacking your precious lawn and garden while it hinders other plants from thriving? Interestingly, Monkey grass is not really grass, though its name suggests just this. Monkey grass belongs to the lily family. It is a low maintenance plant and pretty much grows in sun and shade throughout the year in any climate.
Seeing dead spots on your lawn can be quite frustrating and can have varying causes. Grubs or beetle larvae can wreak havoc in your lawn without being detected, as they can make a home in your grass.
These lawn pests feed on grass roots while they develop. They live underground until they reach maturity, in which they develop into moths or beetles.
It’s very amusing. Mowing wet grass, it seems, has somehow become an ignoble faux pas. The intensity in the way that many preach of its prohibition and the consequences of failing to do so can rightly be compared to other hard and fast rules such as, “Don’t shave against the grain”; “Don’t button your jacket’s bottom button”; and “Don’t overcook the pasta”.