Keep On Watering your Lawn!
Another important tip as the weather starts to change is to keep watering your lawn. Your lawn still needs water, despite the fact that there is more rain, more dew, and less evaporation in the air during this time of year – it still isn’t enough to keep your lawn properly hydrated. To ensure your lawn is getting the right amount of water, keep track of rainfall (we recommend a rain gauge) and be sure your lawn gets at least an inch of water a week. By the end of October, don’t forget to disconnect your irrigation systems and hoses so your pipes don’t freeze!
Getting rid of leaves, cutting your lawn, and watering your property can be time consuming and hard to keep up with. If you aren’t sure where to start on landscape property care for cold weather, or are interested in our snow removal services, reach out to our team at Piscataqua Landscaping or call us at 207.439.2241.