Have you ever wondered how it would be like to have a beautiful garden with plenty of fragrant flowers and a healthy lawn? Having a perfect lawn, as smooth and lush as a green carpet won’t be very difficult to get. All you have to do is to know some easy lawn care tips which will help you get a beautiful lawn.
Setting the soil
Creating a perfect lawn begins with proper soil preparation. Firstly, you need to remove the weeds by hand or by using a total herbicide. After spraying the herbicide you should wait for 2 weeks until you sow the lawn. Before you start sowing, try to remove all large objects such as stones or wood and loosen the soil by digging to a depth of 20-30 cm. Moreover, you should know the top layer must have a small depth, so water can easily penetrate into it. It’s also important to prepare a mixture of loam and sand which will enrich the soil. Your final step is to pack down the soil with a roller and grade the surface with a metal rake. Now, your soil is prepared for sowing.
The type of lawn
Regarding the perfect lawn, most people don’t know what should they choose between a carpet of sod and a sowing lawn. As such, if you are thinking about choosing a carpet of lawn which will provide you with a beautiful and healthy lawn, you need to consider your budget. This may be the quickest way to have a perfect lawn, but it’s very expensive, especially if you have to cover a large surface. The other option is to sow the lawn by yourself. Nowadays, plenty of people choose to sow large areas by using a method called hydroseeding. This type of seeding will help you save time and it can also solve an important problem such as the dispersal of seeds.
The lawn mower
These days, the lawn mowers are the key to having a perfect lawn. Most people opt for these units because they are comfortable and easy to use. However, if you are thinking about buying a lawn mower, you should know what type of energy source you need and what your budget is. Moreover, you need to know that some mowers are equipped with some collectors for crop residues.
Most of these collectors are detachable, and it’s your choice if you opt or not for a bigger box. Furthermore, you can find mowers which can turn the grass into bales while others have a panel which can show you how full the collection box is.