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Pat Zumbrun
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Email Pat at patz4re@aol.com  
Cell: (805) 340-9338
BRE #01229401


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Broker/Owner-SFR
Email Dave  at zman4re@aol.com
Cell: (805) 340-9339
BRE #01227683

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Yard Tips for the New Lawn Owner

Yard Tips for the New Lawn Owner

Yard Tips for the New Lawn Owner

Yard Tips for the New Lawn Owner

With spring in the air, it gets you moving. You want to work on your yard and get it spring ready. This must be partly where the term “spring fever” comes from. It is a good thing to work on your green thumb but beginners beware! You do not want to destroy your yard trying to improve on it. Here are some tips for the beginner lawn.

If you are a savvy shopper, you like to save money. Therefore, you go to the local home store and pick up things like yard fertilizer, treatment for fleas and ticks, and weed and grass killers. Being the bargain shopper that you are, you want to get the best prices for the best products. The most important tip that comes with reading the reviews on the products, is to read the instructions. If you want to save your money, use the product properly.

Now, about that weed killer. Be cautious not to get over-joyed about killing those pesky weeds in the yard. You do not want to kill the good stuff and ruin your yard. Be sure and do your research before you go crazy on those weeds!

A trimmed and sculpted yard is so beautiful. We all want to achieve this nice, neat look. However, before you start grooming the yard and trimming the bushes, please know how to cut the branches and limbs the correct way. Misuse of the branches could cost you the whole bush so be careful.

Planting is fun and exciting. This is very true. When you are planting new things, be sure and allow them enough room to grow. Be aware of placing your beautiful new plants too close together.

You are working hard to have a pretty yard with beautiful grass so be sure and treat your grass good. Do not cut it more than 2 and a half to three inches short, and be sure you are watering it enough. Your lawn really needs to have enough water to make the soil 6 inches deep when you water it.

This Yard Tips for the New Lawn Owner information has been brought to you by: Dave and Pat Zumbrun, Your Ventura County real estate specialists.

 

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