Your Lawn’s Root Cellar
As a kid, I loved visiting my grandparent’s farm. They had lots of things you couldn’t find in my house and one was an old-fashioned root cellar – a kind of underground food storage pantry. Well, the roots of your lawn function in the same way. And now is the time to fill them up with food for the winter and next year.
Scotts Turf Builder WinterGuard Lawn Food is the perfect way to pack nourishment into your lawn’s roots, and keep it there over the winter. So in the spring, when your grass is at its hungriest, it’ll already have its own built-in storehouse of food. And you’ll have the first green lawn on the block.
If you have warm-season grass like Bermuda, St. Augustine or Zoysia that you have not fed recently, feed now. If you have cool-season grass like Bluegrass, Fescue or Ryegrass, feed now and again in 6 weeks.
This feeding will make an immediate difference in your grass this fall… and come spring your neighbors will want to know how your thumb got a little bit greener over the winter!