The weather, kids, and pets can be tough on your lawns. By applying grass seed over an existing lawn, you can help fill in bare spots and reinvigorate your lawn.
The key to getting started is knowing your lawn in three simple steps.
To keep the lawn clear of pesky weeds, Scotts has the right formula for your grass type.
Helps St. Augustine grass repair 60% faster.
Scotts Starter Food for New Grass Plus Weed Preventer is safe for seeding!
Learn how and when to feed your lawn for greener, beautiful results.
Lawn care expert Jesse Brough shows the proper steps to reseed a lawn.
Ashton Ritchie shows you how to fix bare spots in your lawn
Here's a list of the most frequently asked questions about grass seed from consumers like you
Learn why quality grass seed matters and how a few extra dollars now can save you frustration and money later.
With preparation, the right quality seeds, well-prepared soil, and a little patience, you can start a new lawn yourself.
Water's only part of what you need to fix those dead spots in your lawn and keep them from coming back.
Learn about replanting and the best options for starting a lawn over from scratch.
Learn how to patch bare spots in your lawn.
Learn what to do before and after you seed to help your seedlings get off to a good start.
Reseeding your lawn in the spring or fall can help it look terrific again. Learn how to do it right.
Young lawns need special care. Learn how to water, feed and mow - and what to do about weeds and bugs.
Learn how to choose, seed and maintain grass in shady areas of your lawn.
Winter overseeding can help southwestern lawns stay green in winter.
Too much thatch can weaken your lawn. You have two ways to remove it: dethatching and aerating.
Learn how to set spreader settings for the different types of Scotts spreaders.
Explore which grasses thrive where you live and how to maintain a green lawn through the winter months.
It's not hard to plant a beautiful St. Augustine lawn on your own when you follow these tips from Scotts.
This shade-friendly grass requires less mowing and feeding than most. Learn how to keep it looking great.
If you live in a coastal area in the South, Bahiagrass can provide you with a beautiful, low maintenance lawn.
Find out if zoysiagrass is right for you and get tips on how to plant and maintain this drought tolerant grass.
Summer weather is tough on newly planted grass seeds. Follow these tips to help your seedlings survive.