Your lawn isn’t the only thing at risk during this ongoing drought. Your shrubs and some trees are likely suffering from drought stress, too. Look for curling leaves, which is a sure sign.
You need to water any plants that may be dry, particularly those that were planted within the last two years.
You can simply put a hose, turned on to a mere trickle, at the base of trees and leave it for an hour. Do this weekly.
Plants and trees do a lot of growing in the fall, so protect them now so they survive the winter.
If you have any questions or concerns about the health of your trees or shrubs, please don’t hesitate to contact Tree Solutions by SeaScape.