This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Roundup® For Lawns.
Spring is here and the weather in west Texas has been beautiful! This is the time of year when we all feel compelled to clean our homes and get rid of all the junk we’ve been hoarding, but don’t stop there! Your yard also needs some spring cleaning to get rid of the “junk”. In this case, I’m talking about weeds y’all! I’m just tickled to be partnering with Roundup® For Lawns to share a little of our lawn story with you.
My dad knew so much about landscaping and flowers and making a yard healthy. His mom owned a plant nursery for years so it came naturally to him. I, on the other hand, have always had a “black thumb” and I’ll admit, I never cared a whole lot about taking care of my yard. I kept it clean but actually caring for the grass never really crossed my mind.
My dad passed away in 2013 and within a few months, my mom moved from Houston to just 6 miles down the road from me. It wasn’t until then, that I began to appreciate yard work when I became the caretaker of my mom’s yard. I was taking over my dad’s role and those were some awfully big shoes to fill! Thankfully, there are some trustworthy, reliable products that make it a whole lot easier on me.
This spring, I’ll be using Roundup® For Lawns, the ‘ready to use’ version. It has a handy comfort wand sprayer so that I can spot treat the weeds. I really should have started this a little earlier but one of the great things about this product is that it kills weeds, not the lawn. Roundup for Lawns has even taken the guesswork out of deciding which product you need. There are special formulas for northern and southern regions.
It doesn’t look like it right now but, come summer, her yard will be so pretty! Grass will be green, flowers will be planted, and I now know what to use to kill those pesky weeds. I can’t wait!
What steps are you taking this spring to ensure you have a beautiful summer yard?
Compensation was provided for my time & efforts to create this post on behalf of Roundup® For Lawns. All opinions are my own, always have been.