Having a lawn with the space to entertain or for the kids to play is one of the many advantages of being a homeowner. Traditionally, maintaining an attractive lawn has meant using chemical-laden fertilizers, weed killers, and other products, but more homeowners are recognizing the benefits of having an organic lawn. In addition to being better for the environment, organic lawns are healthier and reduce your family's exposure to toxic chemicals. Although you'll need to take some time and effort in the beginning to help transition your lawn to organic, you'll be rewarded with a healthier place for your family to relax and play.
Our real estate agents suggest the following steps to make the move to an organic lawn: