If you’re here because you’ve got bare spots in your yard, then let us help. Nothing brings down a beautiful lawn like dead patches of grass. Plus, bare spots are more susceptible to weeds!
>> If you know you have a St. Augustine lawn, skip seeding and instead sod or plug your bare spots.
>> If you know you have non-draining soil, like Southern Red Clay, try adding compost when you dig into your patchy area.
>> If your are dealing with a thin lawn or large thin areas rather than bare patches, check out our overseeding guide for more advice. If you are starting a new lawn from seed, we have you covered there too.
The Patch Pro grass seed blend is optimized to work in most lawn conditions, and to grow in quickly. Our organic mulch helps to retain needed moisture and provide nutrients to the new grass.
Sunday Patch Kits are available to add on to your lawn plan at check out or from your plan account page at anytime.
Those patchy, ugly bare spots in your lawn are often caused by fungi, pests, compacted soil, an excess of shade or even mowing and watering habits (hey, it happens!). So, step one is to figure out the reason you’ve got those patches in the first place.
So, got a turf that needs to be treated? If you’ve eliminated fungi, bugs, grubs, pests and other causes like thatch, you may just need some seeds.