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 How to Plant a Lawn in Southeastern Virginia?

Answer Southeastern Virginia is located in USDA hardiness zones six and seven, according to the U.S. National Arboretum. The U.S. National Arboretum considers these zones somewhat of a transition area, wh... Read More »
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Indians along the southeastern coast of North America cultivated what plant?

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How do you plant a lawn?

AnswerThe easiest way is to use sod pieces, either solidly or with some space apart from one another. You'll want to have a level area, possibly with manure mixed in and then lay the sod on top. Do... Read More »
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What do the little black doors at the ground or basement level on the back of the student rooms on The Lawn at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville lead to?

How to Plant a Lawn from Stolons?

Stolons are creeping stems of grasses that you can use to establish warm-season lawns that cannot be started from seeds. Stolons have nodes that can take root and form a new plant. They are usually... Read More »
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