Our lawn maintenance tips can help you keep your home cost efficient, safe & cozy.
Your lawn isn’t actually rusting, but it may have a fungal disease that weakens the grass blades and sheds orange powder. Fortunately, although this infection weakens turfgrass, it rarely kills it. We’ll show you how to get rid of it.
Wondering how to care for your lawn in the summer? We have all the top tips to keep your lawn lush in the hot summer months.
Looking to repair or improve your lawn? It can be as simple as patching, aerating, dethatching, and practicing proper mowing and irrigation methods.
If you don’t want clover taking over your lawn, there are several natural and organic ways to get rid of it—no harsh chemicals needed.
If grubs have invaded your lawn, you have both all-natural options and chemical treatments to get rid of them. We’ll show you how.
In this how-to video, This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook plants a new lawn from seed
In this how-to video, This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook breathes new life into a suffocating lawn.
Applying a winter fertilizer is an important lawn care measure that ensures your grass survives freezing temperatures and is ready to flourish in the early spring. Read on to learn about winter fertilizers, their benefits, and tips for application.
Creating a plan of attack for your lawn care is critical. Here’s your best lawn care schedule, broken down season by season.
In this how-to video, This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook and host Kevin O'Connor discuss proper techniques for feeding a lush, green lawn.
Mole crickets are a major nuisance in any lawn, tunneling through soil and tearing up turfgrass. Read on to find out how to identify them, flush them out, and get rid of them.
Your lawn could have brown spots for a variety of reasons—fungus, excessive thatch, and poor soil quality, to name a few. We’ll show you how to identify, repair, and prevent brown spots.
If the snow melts in your yard but the grass is still covered in patches of white, you may have snow mold. We’ll explain what snow mold is and how to prevent it from affecting your lawn.
There’s no secret trick to get grass to grow overnight, but here are the top tips to get your grass to grow in thick and lush as fast as it can.
Lawn aeration is key to lawn maintenance, but you might not always know when you need it. Read this aeration to guide to learn how, when, and why to aerate your lawn.
Break your lawn's addiction to synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides and choose organic lawn care instead.
An end-of-summer tune-up keeps power lawn equipment in top shape. Learn how to care for a lawn mower with these steps.
Sharpen your blades before you retire your mower this year, and save yourself some work come spring
Fertilization is key for a healthy, thriving lawn, but it can take a lot of work and expertise. Consider hiring a professional lawn fertilizer service to get a gorgeous, healthy lawn.
Read our handy guide on how to restore a weedy, patchy lawn to its former glory.
Hydroseeding is a convenient, cost-effective way to plant grass seed, but like seeding and laying sod, it has its pros and cons.
Taking care of your lawn in the spring is the key to a lush, healthy lawn all year-round. Here are the top tips to achieve your dream lawn.
Spring is here, so it’s time to prime the house and garden for the warm-weather months ahead. Read on for tips on how to get everything ready for the summer.
This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook resuscitates a dying lawn
We’re living in the golden age of cordless lawn mowers. Not long ago, these quiet, smokeless cutters had anemic batteries that made you wish you were mowing with gas.
Looking for the best tips on how to get grass to grow? Follow our advice to set your lawn on the right path.
What grass zone do you live in? When to fertilize, water, mow, and deal with weeds and pests depends on where you live.
Cutting grass cleanly with This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook.
This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook shows a quick, easy way to seed and resuscitate a sickly looking lawn