It looks like the lawns have really slowed down, but don’t forget about them. It is still crucial that you give your lawn a periodic watering to keep the roots of your grass healthy. Even though the grass is not growing the roots are spreading underground.
Since your lawn is still growing below ground, keep the falling leaves raked so they don’t pile up and suffocate your grasses’ roots. Some of your leaves fall late in the autumn. Give a final good raking, sometimes even after the first snowfall has melted. Leaves lying on your lawn all winter can prevent water from reaching the grass or trap too much moisture, causing grasses to rot and die by spring.
If you would like a free estimate for leaf removal and yard clean up give Tim a call at 314-974-5911, or visit our website at www.stllawncare.com