Grass Soil Mowing and Plan for your Landscape
We suggest you to use a mulching mower to recycle the grass clippings instead of bagging or dumping grass clippings. This will cut fertilizer demands by 20% to 30%. Guessing on fertility requirements can lead to costly mistakes so you might want your state’s University Extension Service test your lawn and garden soil. The test result of your ground will show the current health and what needs to be used for your type of lawn, vegetable crops, flower garden and many more.
You can avoid mowing and trimming around each plant when you group plantings into islands, beds, and mulch.
Plan Your Work For Your Garden
We suggest you to create a master plan for your landscape but work in each section. Remember to keep the budget in check and get the best result by focusing on small projects that are part of the big ones. Move to the next one when one project is complete.