Those of you who have what resembles a garden at this time and who seem to struggle the most are operating under drying conditions, a cheeky but ironic play on the condition of trying conditions. You love and care for what remains of your garden a lot more than your neighbors, just take a look at what their junkyard looks like these days, but no matter how much spade time you put in over your spare time and weekends, you never seem to get it right.
The garden and the lawn are as dry as a bone. That is hardly your fault because it is the surrounding weather, you see. It very rarely rains out your way, and some of you have been placed under extremely severe conditions. One of the most severe of these is that you are restricted in the amount of water you are allowed to use. Life is not very fare this way, because you try to save as much as possible and you also put the water to good use and to a good cause.
One of the greatest domestic and natural causes, as surely you will agree, is to allow gardens, parks and lawns to flourish. And yet others choose to abuse such a precious resource. Water. It turns out, however, that lawns do not actually need much water to survive and thrive. It does, however, still require quite a bit of nourishment and nurturing on your part, and one process that can be activated as early as today is that of lawn care aeration.
At this time, though, you might need a few helping hands to start turning your lawn into the green spread you only dream of these days.