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Spring is so close that I couldn’t wait to start working on my yard. Most recently I’ve noticed our front & back lawns have a bunch of weeds and dandelions growing in them. So on my latest trip to Walmart I picked up a bag of Scotts® Turf Builder® Weed & Feed.
This is specifically meant to help rid your lawn of the weeds and dandelions while thickening your grass to crowd out the ones you don’t notice. I knew I had to give this a try since as you can see our lawn has been taken over by them.
So I got out my spreader and gardening gloves and added the Weed & Feed to my entire lawn. I barely used the bag since it will cover up to 5,000 square ft.
Since results take some time this got me inspired to spruce up some more areas of my yard. In our front yard on the side of the house we have our sprinkler system on display. This has been a sore eyesight since the day we bought our home.
This whole area drives me nuts! How ugly is this for all our neighbors to see. I knew I wanted to build a box to at least cover the sprinkler system. Also, the planter is so small that adding plants isn’t a option, so adding mulch would have to be sufficient.
So I decided to finally build the sprinkler box. Luckily, we had a bunch of old decking material. I figured this would be perfect since its weather treated. Its a little dis-colored in the picture below, but after a good washing the dis-coloring was gone.
I laid (3) of the 25″ pieces down and attached a piece of the scrap wood at each side. I used a nail gun with 1 1/2″ nails.
Have you started getting your yard ready for Spring? Updating my lawn with Scotts® Turf Builder® Weed & Feed had definitely given me the bug to update more areas of our yard.
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