Johnson's and ferti-lome make it easy to create a healthy green lawn - even if you don't know where to begin! Our 5-step program combines our knowledge and everything you need to weed, fertilize, and winterize your lawn for an entire year. Order once and be prepared all year long.
This program is intended for cool season grasses such as tall/turf fescue, Kentucky bluegrass, and ryegrass. 5,000 sq. ft. coverage. Purchase your complete lawn care program below. We'll email you when it's ready for pickup in store, or for a small fee we'll deliver in the Wichita, Kansas Metro area. If you're interested in alternate products like Green Maker or New Lawn Starter, let the store know at pickup time.
- Sku LC5
- SHIPPING OPTIONS: IN-STORE PICKUP AT ANY JOHNSON'S LOCATION
Cool Season Lawn Care Program includes the following products:
Step 1: ferti-lome For All Seasons II Lawn Food Plus Crabgrass & Weed Preventer w/Prodiamine 20 lbs. (16-0-8). Apply in January through mid April. Prevents grassy-type weeds (crabgrass and more) all season long (until fall) while it feeds your lawn.
Step 2: ferti-lome Pro-Green Lawn Tonic 25 lbs. (16-0-0). Apply any time during the growing season. Promotes a healthy deep green lawn and helps acidify the soil. Contains no weed control.
Step 3: Natural Guard Top Dressing 40 lbs. (Natural Soil Conditioner). Apply in spring or fall. Not a fertilizer, but this product REALLY greens up your lawn! Unlocks nutrients to improve soil structure and fertility. Enhances root development. Improves turf resistance to stress.
Step 4: ferti-lome Winterizer 20 lbs. (25-0-6). Apply in September through October to encourage maximum growth during the peak growing season.
Step 5: ferti-lome Winterizer 20 lbs. (25-0-6). Apply in October through December, about 30 days after your first Winterizer. Increases winter hardiness, keeps grass greener longer, and promotes earlier spring green up.
|Lawn Size||5,000 sq. ft.|
|Lawn Type||Cool Season (Fescue, Kentucky Bluegrass, Ryegrass)|
|This item is available for pre-order||No|