Clean Up Your Yard: Rake up leaves, clear debris, and mow the grass one last time to prevent diseases and pests over the winter.
Aerate Your Soil: Aerating your lawn helps improve soil compaction and allows better water and nutrient absorption.
Fertilize Sparingly: Apply a winter fertilizer with high potassium content to strengthen your lawn's roots for the cold season.
Trim Overhanging Branches: Prune trees and bushes to prevent snow and ice damage to your lawn.
Protect Delicate Plants: Cover sensitive plants with mulch or burlap to shield them from harsh winter conditions and frost.
Preparing your lawn for winter is essential for a healthy and vibrant yard come spring!
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