Grass seed is one of the easiest things to grow in your hard…if you remember to water it. As the new season is starting many homeowners have begun to do their own manner of spring-cleaning outside the home. Digging, weeding, cutting and removing…Exposed dirt needs protection. Even if you’re planning on some landscaping in the future, this will give your lawn a clean, crisp look in the meantime.

Grass seed is fairly inexpensive at most hardware and garden stores. It’s also rather hardy. So while the quality of the dirt is not important, keeping the seeds good and moist in the following weeks is crucial. A fine layer of hay or dirt will help keep the seeds from flying away, too.