There are various types of natural grass that you can use as garden grass, such as elephant grass, Japanese grass, and Peking mud. Every garden lawn has a different resistance to sunlight and rainfall. To grow, Japanese grass needs more sunlight than elephant grass. There is also Swiss grass which cannot stand the high rainfall and pedestrians. In addition, each type of garden grass has different texture and length characteristics. This greatly affects the final result of your garden appearance later. Therefore, it’s a good idea to know the types of garden grass first. You might also consult with Macedonia Lawn Care Company to find the best grass for your lawn.
Then, loosening the soil is the most important step in planting garden grass. This stage will determine the quality of the soil used. Soil that is ready for planting garden grass must be in moist conditions so that it remains rich in organic material and nutrients. The way to loosen it is by hoeing 5-10 cm of the top of the soil, then mix the soil with manure or compost. The use of natural fertilizers is recommended because natural fertilizers are easier to absorb nutrients. After mixing evenly, flatten the top of the soil mixed with the fertilizer. You can also add gypsum to make it easier for the soil to absorb water.