Kentucky bluegrass, Fescue, Rye and Bent, etc
- Posts: 137
- Joined: July 2nd, 2019, 9:22 pm
- Location: South Central PA
- Grass Type: Northern Mix
- Lawn Size: 20000-1 acre
- Level: Some Experience
It looks like a warming trend is upon us in the Northeast. The evening lows are above freezing later this week and with several days in the 50s over the next two weeks. After all of these storms and very low temps this winter, it is encouraging to see a few signs of Spring while also realizing that significant events are possible through mid-March.
Let's hope this is about over... next up the forsythia blooms!
- Posts: 3
- Joined: February 7th, 2021, 2:15 pm
- Location: Columbus, OH
- Grass Type: Kentucky Bluegrass
- Lawn Size: 3000-5000
- Level: Experienced
Amen. Its been warm here in Ohio for the past few days and the snow is finally starting to melt. Theyre talking rain and a high near 50 tomorrow here and Im hoping most of the snow will have melted by then.
Im already taking stock of what I need to get done in April and Ive come to realize that I really need an edger. LOL
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