Learn How to Care for Your Landscaping
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Spring is coming, which means it’s time to spruce up your surroundings and get your lawn back to looking lush and gorgeous, while helping our environment.
The benefits of having a great, green lawn go beyond providing you and your family with outdoor enjoyment during warmer months. A responsibly maintained lawn can also help the environment:
- Lawns oxygenate the air, filter groundwater and absorb nutrients.
- They help contain soil erosion and absorb more carbon dioxide than trees.
- Well-fed lawns also contribute to a cooler surrounding environment.
- Lawns reduce heat in and around your home by cooling the air and reduce traffic noise by dampening sound.
Florida residents, visit Scotts.com/Florida to learn backyard tips and techniques for keeping a healthy lawn and find out what Scotts is doing to help protect our natural waterways.