Tips for Homeowners
The Pacific Northwest has a reputation for receiving more rain than other parts of the West Coast. However, about 90% of the average rainfall in the greater Seattle area comes during the fall and winter months.
Summer weather warms up and rainfall can be hit or miss. There are some easy steps you can take to ensure your lawn stays green and healthy all summer barbecue season long. Watering Grasses in Western Washington typically require about an inch of water per week....
The height at which you mow your lawn not only varies by the variety of grass you have in your yard, but also can determine how much water is needed to maintain its fullest green color all through the spring and summer.
Spring in Western Washington means warmer weather and the start of the growing season. Spring is also a great time to give your lawn that tune up to keep it looking lush and beautiful all through the summer.