BRRR! Our area has seen early snow this year and more may be to come. Luckily, your lawn is tough and can stand the frost, occasional snow and frequent freezing and thawing. From winter to early spring, most grasses have shifted their focus from their blades to their roots, that’s why feeding the roots in autumn is so important. If you missed your autumn feeding, it’s not too late to help your lawn get a good start this spring. Give us a call and we can give your lawn a check-up and write a prescription that’s just right for your type of grass, amount of shade, and terrain.