i live in the pacific northwest (washington) and i want to get my back yard ready for my son to play in this summer. i know seed is best for permanence but let me explain a little. the back yard is gravel right now. do i need to remove all of that? should i leave a little for drainage or soemthing since it rains so much here? im using tagrow for fertalizer/soil, do i need to mix that with anything? is there anythign else that i need to put down befor the seed? then after i put the seed in, what do i do? basically, im a total novice here ladies lol i need your help! thanks!Answer Question
Answer by Farrahann at 12:55 PM on Mar. 13, 2009
It's Cafe Sheri from CafeMom's Home & Garden Buzz.
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Answer by Cafe Sheri at 6:28 PM on Mar. 13, 2009
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