Lawn Renovation Projects with Roundup® Weed and Grass Killer Products
Stressed lawn got you stressed? Kids no longer playing lawn games? Just looking to conserve on water? Lawn too weedy and you want to start over? There are many reasons to roll up your sleeves and renovate your yard: Whatever your reason, Roundup® Weed & Grass Killer products are here to help.
Love your space but it’s in need of a sprucing up? Use Roundup® Weed & Grass Killer products to create clean edges along flowerbeds, mulch beds, or fence lines.
WALK THIS WALKWAY
A great way to cut down on lawn maintenance while enhancing curb appeal is to create pathways: This minimizes lawn size while adding a sense of whimsy to your space. Now that’s a win-win (or should we say, whim-whim?) situation.
GET ZEN WITH XERISCAPES
If you’ve cut back your grassy area and you’re looking for a way to cut down on maintenance while maintaining visual interest, xeriscaping’s the way to go.
“Xeric: Dry, or able to thrive in a dry environment”
Xeriscaping is a way of landscaping that utilizes water conservation. This is done by strategically selecting “xeric” plants like succulents and cacti as well as native (to you) and drought-tolerant perennials, shrubs, and trees.
Be sure to use Roundup® Ready-To-Use Weed & Grass Killer III with Sure Shot® Wand to kill weeds in your xeriscaped space and keep it looking lovely throughout the year.
Cutting your lawn size in half not enough? Zero in on zeroscaping.
If you’re in it for the long haul, remove all the grass in the desired space with Roundup® Max Control 365 products*; to kill existing weeds and keep them gone for up to a year. Then, we recommend covering the area with decorative stone or Scotts® Nature Scapes® Color Enhanced Mulch.
Zeroscaping is a landscaping method that replaces the majority of green space with mulch or rocks or a hardscape, like a patio.
* Roundup® Ready-to-Use Max Control 365 or Roundup® Concentrate Max Control 365