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Once the early signs of spring arrive, rake the leaves and debris off your lawn and check it for signs of new growth. Most grass carries a bit of green color through the winter. But when you start to see a bit more green apply a fertilizer to help the lawn grow faster.

Planting Ahead

Considering crocus, daffodils, hyacinths or other spring-blooming perennials for next year's garden? You'll want to plant many of them in the early fall, before the first frost. So start sketching out your plans pronto. Check out seed packets for precise planting info.