Are you having problems with your grass or lawn and everything you do, just seems to make it worse? Well if so, you are in luck, because I have some terrific advice for you. You see, there is a book you can get which will help you solve all your problems and challenges. The name of this book is;
“Lawns – The American Horticulture Society Illustrated Encyclopedia of Gardening” edited by Min S. Lee, Published by Ortho Books, (1982), 143 pages, Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 81-71122.
In this highly illustrated book you will learn about the types of lawns and grass in North America – and how to specifically plan, prepare, plant, grown, and maintain each and every type. Learn about how to set up your sprinkler systems, times, and deal with weeds, or too much sun, water, or rain. Need a lawn for a putting green, golf course, park, home, school, or sports field? Well, it’s a lot more complicated than you might imagine.
Luckily with this book, you won’t be left in the dark, or taken advantage by shady landscape contractors. You will know what to ask, and have confidence you can get exactly what you desire in your lawn. Whether you want to bring back a nearly dead lawn or plant a new one this is the right book for you. Also enclosed is a complete encyclopedia of all the different types of grass which grow in North America – what grows best in what type of climate, or latitude. There is a lot more to lawns and grass than you may have ever realized.
Indeed, I hope you will please consider this book whether you own a golf course, run a park district, ball field, or just want to have the best grass in the neighborhood. Because the grass and lawn around my home is all that and more. Think on it.