Family & Life – Travel & Outdoors
You take good care of your home, inside and out. And this time of year, that means giving your lawn a little extra TLC—especially if temperatures soar where you live. But having a summer lawn that’s the envy of the neighborhood doesn’t take as much work as you may think. Allen Sarhangi, a retired agriculture professor and president of Urban Forest Landscape in Yorba Linda, Calif., offers these essential tips for a healthy lawn this summer.