Even if fall in South Florida might not be as cold compared to other states, the weather still shifts to a cooler temperature. During the colder season, expect some chilly days and even a slight morning frost. For plants and grass that are accustom to the warm and sunny weather, the change in climate can bring lasting damage if you don’t prepare for it in advance.
Before the weather somewhat transitions to fall, it is imperative to keep your lawn in top condition and ready it for the seasonal change.
The simple tips below will ensure that your lawn is healthy and can stand the fall season in Florida.