Just growing grass in the lawn is not enough. It also needs to be well maintained and trimmed at regular intervals. Just as an individual requires personal attention, the grass in the lawn too needs regular attention. If it is affordable for you, you can appoint a professional gardener who will come and maintain the lawn on a regular basis. With the right amount of knowledge you too can maintain the lawn as well as mow the garden whenever required.
Mowing for different types of grass:
There are different types of grass. Red Fescue, Tall Fescue, Kentucky blues grass are some of the few preferred types. Red Fescue grass also can be sown in dry and well drained soils. It flaunts a fine texture. With no tolerance to wet soils, it can grow in hostile soils also! The mowing height of this grass is 2 to 2.5 inches.
Another type of grass is Tall Fescue which can grow in moist fertile soil. It also flaunts a fine texture and displays a high tolerance to all soil types. It is grown on slopes, banks, waterways and lawn transition areas. Mowing height of this grass is around 2 to 3 inches.
Texture of the Kentucky Blue grass is fine to medium and it grows well in fertile and well drained soil. Where there is requirement of general purpose turf, athletic fields, lawns, Kentucky Blue grass suits the requirement best. The height at which this grass can be mowed is 1.5 to 2.5 inches.
A well mowed lawn looks great:
It feels great to look at a well mowed and well developed lawn. Different types of blades are used for different types of grass. Home gardeners can use a lawn mover to keep the grass short and trim. Some types of grass need mowing at regular intervals due to their rapid growth. A professional gardener can give you easy to understand tips for mowing the garden, and on the use of different types of lawn mowers. A lot of points have to be kept in mind before you actually start mowing the lawn yourself.
The growth rate of grass will be affected by both, over cutting as well as under cutting. Overall health of the lawn is dependent on the growth rate of grass. Different species of grass grow to different lengths, and depending on the type of grass you need to maintain ideal length. If you are not aware, you can ask for information at the garden equipment shop or better still, look up the internet for detailed information.
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