For many of us, the winter months are a time to relax and enjoy the holidays. But if you're a homeowner with a lawn, you know that it's important to keep up with the upkeep of your yard during those cold months. Here are some tips for how to care for your lawn in the winter:
1. Water your lawn regularly. Even though it may not seem like much water is going through the ground during the cold months, it's important to keep up with watering your lawn so that it doesn't dry out too much during this time of year. It's also important not to water too much—you don't want to have a soggy mess when spring rolls around!
2. Mow your grass at least once every two weeks (if possible). This will help keep weeds from growing in summer when they would otherwise be dormant underground. You'll also be able to enjoy clean lines in between mowing sessions if there aren't any tall patches of grass growing above ground level yet!
3. Fertilize regularly throughout the year but especially in the early spring months after winter has passed but before temperatures start rising again (typically mid-March through mid-April). Your plants will thank you by producing beautiful blooms all summer long!