Tips on keeping my lawn green underneath a tree


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Hello readers,

I was wondering if you've got any tips on keeping my lawn evenly green. The grass usually gets a little darker underneath the tree I've got in my garden. So, any advice?

Kind regards from the netherlands
 
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Try some shade grass seed. There are many beautiful ground covers that grow in shady areas, and they might make a nice contrast in your yard.
 
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Ben, I think whatever seed you use will not change the situation.
Feed the grass with high nitrogen liquid feeds once a month throughout summer. This should establish an even green colour
You dont say what tree is growing there or what shape it is....picture would help :)
 
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If you cut your grass weekly I would not cut under tree quite so often to give it chance to recover.
 

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