*This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Roundup® For Lawns.
If you’re like the Cheek family, you’re ready for the winter weather to go away and warm spring sunshine to finally show face. After that last blanketing of snow over spring break, we were definitely feeling the winter blues. If you didn’t know, we are serious outdoorsy people—especially with the pups. Dash’s sad face says it all after being confined indoors all winter. Poor baby! And if you’ve never seen our outdoors space, this old post gives you a peek at it! We have a big fenced-in backyard, a deck, and a patio that we love to entertain on. After the winter it’s looking a bit sad. Our patio furniture is in storage, my hydrangea bushes are still covered in their winter burlap, the yard is dead, and the ground is still frozen. Depressing, right?
I’ve already been prepping for spring showers, flowers, and even weeds! Yep, you read that right! Today I’m sharing a new Roundup® for Lawns product that you can use on your lawn and won’t kill it (when used as directed). If you didn’t know, Roundup® has been the number one weed killing brand for over 40 years. There are special Roundup® For Lawns formulas for northern and southern regions, created specifically to handle different grass types. Iowa is considered the northern half of the United States, so this formula kills tough lawn weeds like crabgrass, dandelion, clover and yellow nutsedge all in one product. Plus, Roundup For Lawns has taken the guesswork out of deciding which product you need; your local retailer is stocked with the formula that is best-suited for the major grass types in your area! However, it’s always a good idea to double check the approved grass types. The best part is that it comes ready-to-use and is equipped with an extended wand that makes it easier than ever to spot-treat lawn weeds, without bending over! That way we can treat our lawn without spending hours on it this spring.
For now we’ll keep dreaming of warmer weather, and I’ll keep buying hydrangeas from the store until my bushes bloom. Bring on spring!
P.S. Need some outdoor inspiration? Check out a few of my favorite picks below.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Roundup® For Lawns.