Prepare for your next lawn project by discovering our planning ideas & tips.
Wondering when to fertilize your lawn? Learn about the best timing and schedule for your grass type and region in our comprehensive guide.
Wondering when to plant grass seed in spring for ideal results? Discover the best times and perfect seeding schedule for your region, plus our top tips.
Read our guide about the average lawn care cost to determine if the services are worth the price for your lawn.
Wondering how much to budget for your lawn project? Our guide to the cost of reseeding a lawn breaks down average prices, cost factors, and the best lawn care services.
Pre-emergents stop growing weeds before they’re even spotted in your lawn. Keep reading to learn more about the preventative measure, the best time to apply it, and how it can protect your lawn.
When your ride-on mower isn’t quite "cutting" it, but a full-size tractor isn’t necessary or practical, a sub-compact tractor can make light work of even your toughest lawn and landscaping challenges. Here’s what you should know about these small but mighty machines.
Learn the secrets of growing a lush lawn in low light—from selecting hardy shade-tolerant species to providing them with tender loving care.
Wondering how to choose the best weed killer for your lawn? Read on to learn how weed killers work, how to apply these products, and our recommendations for the top weed killers.
Use our TruGreen review to make an informed decision on whether this lawn care expert is right for you. Learn the provider’s plans, pricing, and availability.
Consider using a substitute for grass lawn in your yard, and never mow again.
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 riding lawn mower? This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook takes a quick look at some options.
Watering smartly with This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook.
Choose types adapted to your local climate and soil conditions. The newest varieties have greater resistance to drought and disease and need less maintenance