Fall is right around the corner. That means a couple of things. First, it means that I will have to buy a new coat for outside. Secondly, it means that nature will be a kaleidoscope of colors. Lastly, it will mean that I will have to starting sowing my grass. This is not an easy task. I can’t just go to my local retailer, buy some grass seeds, and throw them in the garden. This process is much more complex than you might think. To correctly sow your grass, you need to think of a number of things. One of those things is the right type of seed, another thing is to use a good quality lawn feed. Today, I will talk you through my process. Therefore, I can hopefully help you to fully prepare for sowing a lawn. Nothing can make a man happier than a perfectly sown piece of grass. Well, this year, your grass will be greener than that of the neighbor.
Where to buy grass seeds?
First things first, where can you buy the best quality grass seeds? I buy my grass seed from Moowy. They are in my opinion the best retailer for grass seeds. But don’t take my word for it, take the word of FIFA. Moowy provided and sustained the grass pitches for most of the 2018 World Cup stadiums. So yes, they really are the experts. Now, which types of grass seeds should you buy? If you are completely starting from scratch, I advise you to buy some fast growing seeds. You can also buy grass seed that work well in the shade. You could also choose to buy grass seed that can take a hit. This type of seed is very durable, but can also regrow very fast.
Make sure you are prepared.
Buying grass seed is not the only thing you should do. Before you start sowing, you have to make sure that your soil is in top condition. Scarify your lawn at the beginning of October. This makes sure that your seeds have enough space to grow. Your soil should also be around 10 degrees. Lastly, makes sure to have some lawn feed. Good quality lawn feed can really boost the quality of your lawn. Again, there are multiple types of lawn feed to buy. You can visit the Moowy website should you have any more questions. But I’m sure you will be well-prepared for this year’s sowing.