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It looks like winter is officially here in St. Louis, MO. All of the Christmas lights are going up, the lawns have stopped growing and do not need any more mows, or cuts, and we have had our first round of freezing precipitation. If you aerated your yard in the fall then this rain is great for your grass. The holes that the aerator pulled, allows the water to reach the roots of the lawn.
A great thing about winter lawn care is that the best thing you can do, is do nothing at all. The grass is dormant during the winter, but it is still living. Be sure to keep your lawn clear of debris, toys, limbs, etc. By keeping your lawn clear of debris, this will allow the grass to take full advantage of the winter sun.
The rain and snow that we usually get in St. Louis throughout the winter should provide your lawn with enough water for it to remain healthy. But, if we have an unusually dry winter here in St. Louis make sure to give it some water. One inch a week should do.
Now that the lawns are not growing and the grass does not need cutting and mowing, I will try to keep up with the weekly tips for growing a healthy lawn in St. Louis, Missouri.
If you have any questions about your lawn do not hesitate to contact me. Call Tim at 314-974-5911, or e-mail Tim@Stllawncare.com