Looking for information on growing a clover lawn? Look no further than Deer Creek Seed—we cover everything from the benefits to step-by-step seeding instructions.
Meta Description: Next year’s gorgeous green lawn starts with some essential lawn care steps this fall. Check out Deer Creek Seed’s guide to getting your grass ready for next year!
Maintaining a pristine lawn through the heat of summer takes some work. Deer Creek Seed walks you through the important summer lawn care steps for a beautiful lawn.
If your lawn is needs improvement, spring and fall are the best times to rejuvenate and reseed a cool-season lawn.
Planting grass seed to establish a new lawn can be challenging, but choosing the best grass seed and following a few key principles will ensure the start of a lush new lawn
Whether you're aiming for a lawn that could be on the cover of Better Homes & Gardens or you prefer a wild, lush landscape, our experts have some valuable lawncare tips to help you achieve your perfect home oasis. Read our latest article to discover how to keep your lawn looking great, along with turf seed recommendations that fit every lawn maintenance style.
For a sports field to be playable and resilient, it takes a special kind of seed mix. Discover why your choice of turf seed makes a big difference on athletic performance and long-term maintenance.
Establishing a switchgrass stand is challenging work but comes with a big payoff! Discover how you can make things a bit easier with these valuable tips from Deer Creek’s Master Seedsmen.
Native grasses are a great addition to an existing landscape. Whether you want to fill in a trouble spot, create winter depth and texture, or cultivate a different look to your garden – native grasses are unique, beautiful, and easy to care for.
Are you wondering how to take a soil sample of your lawn, garden, or food plot? Would you like to get fertilizer or liming recommendations? This is a great how-to article published by the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension that will walk you through taking a basic, small-area soil sample.