Blog The Ultimate Guide to Seasonal Lawn Care with Lamb's Lawn Service & Landscaping Apr 14, 2024

As the premier lawn care and landscaping service company in the area, Lamb's Lawn Service & Landscaping is committed to ensuring that your lawn looks its best all year round. To help you achieve a healthy and lush lawn, we have put together the ultimate guide to seasonal lawn care. By following these tips and working with our team of experts, you can have a lawn that will be the envy of the neighborhood.


Spring is the perfect time to start preparing your lawn for the growing season. Here are some essential tasks to do during the spring months:

1. Clean up debris: Remove any leaves, branches, and other debris that have accumulated over the winter months.

2. Aerate the soil: Aerating your lawn will help improve air circulation, water absorption, and nutrient uptake.

3. Fertilize: Apply a balanced fertilizer to promote healthy growth and root development.

4. Seed bare spots: Fill in any bare spots in your lawn with fresh grass seed.


Summer is the time when your lawn is in full bloom and requires regular maintenance to keep it looking its best. Here are some tips for summer lawn care:

1. Water regularly: Make sure to water your lawn deeply and infrequently to encourage deep root growth.

2. Mow high: Keep your grass at a height of 3-4 inches to promote healthy growth and shade out weeds.

3. Weed control: Regularly check for and remove any weeds that may be cropping up in your lawn.

4. Monitor for pests: Keep an eye out for signs of pests and treat them promptly to prevent damage to your lawn.


Fall is the time to prepare your lawn for the winter months ahead. Here are some tasks to focus on during the fall season:

1. Rake leaves: Remove fallen leaves from your lawn to prevent suffocation and promote healthy growth.

2. Overseed: Overseed your lawn to fill in any thin or bare areas and promote thicker grass growth.

3. Fertilize: Apply a winterizing fertilizer to provide your lawn with the nutrients it needs to stay healthy throughout the winter.

4. Core aeration: Aerating your lawn in the fall can help alleviate compaction and promote root growth.


While winter may seem like a time to take a break from lawn care, there are still some tasks you can do to prepare your lawn for the coming spring:

1. Keep off the grass: Avoid walking on your lawn when it is frozen to prevent damage to the grass blades.

2. Clear snow: Remove snow from your lawn to prevent damage from ice buildup.

3. Plan for spring: Start planning your spring lawn care routine and any improvements you want to make to your landscaping.

At Lamb's Lawn Service & Landscaping, we are dedicated to helping you achieve a beautiful and healthy lawn all year round. By following these seasonal lawn care tips and working with our team of experts, you can enjoy a lush and vibrant lawn that will be the envy of the neighborhood. Contact us today to schedule your lawn care service and take the first step towards a picture-perfect lawn.

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