More common than you think, lawns are often filled with holes and hills just asking for someone to break and ankle in or trip over. These are mostly a result from our previously discussed flooding issues with your lawn*. However, these can also cause some troublesome times for your precious grass. Holes make for grass that is under-exposed to sunlight and it doesn’t get cut, so its absorbing excess nutrients. Mowing over hills causes you to scalp the lawn, cutting the grass much too short.
Easiest solution? Fill them in or flatten them out! Having even grounds will help keep you or your family safe while keeping your lawn healthy and looking its best.
*last months blog post!