‘Tis the season, and what better way to get into the holiday spirit than decorating the outside of our homes? For most, a few strings of lights around the house are good enough. For some folks, bigger is better and what better place to add holiday cheer than your lawn?
It’s no secret that your lawn will go dormant in the colder months, causing it to lose color and stop growing. Here are some tips to keep your lawn healthy, even in dormancy, while also being festive.

Inflatables can make you the talk of the town, but they also cause the most damage. Leaving them out too long can cause your grass to smother and die off. Considering them on your patio or a cement surface.
Choose stakes! Things that stake down will have a smaller footprint of the overall impact on your yard.
Use your landscape. Utilizing trees and bushes is a great opportunity to get creative by hanging decorations from branches.

Whether you’re entering your town’s decoration competition, or you prefer to keep things simple, we hope this provided you with some tips and tricks to keep your lawn healthy, and festive!

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