Whether you’re prepping for the next season or just want to start improving your lawn right now, we uncovered some of the best sales on all types of grass seeds this 4th of July!
Most Popular Deals
There are plenty of opinions when it comes to figuring out the best time of the year to plant your grass seed. Some claim early Fall, while others think early spring works best. It really depends on where in the country you live, what your climate is, and what’s happening with the weather and the temps. Either way, if you’re looking for a great deal on some grass seed, right now is one of the best times of the year because there are plenty of grass seed sales happening during the Fourth of July online sale promotion. We’re even seeing upwards of an extra 35% off. Time to get that grass green!Just like almost everything else you need for your lawn, grass seed can be oddly expensive. Depending on how much you need and the size of your property you could end up easily spending hundreds of dollars. There are plenty of options out there as far as seeds go as well like:
- Grass Seed For New Lawns or Overseeing Projects
- Grass Thickener
- Patch & Repair Projects
- Fertilizer Mixed With Seeds
Don’t forget you’ll need certain seeds when your lawn gets direct sun all day and completely different options for when you have a lot of shaded areas that don’t really get a ton of sun. We’re certainly not the experts when it comes to seeding, so we turned the lawn gurus who know everything about planting, maintaining, and fixing lawns like The Spruce and The Family Handyman to see which really are the best. You can check out their complete lists, but one thing they had in common was that Scotts & Pennington made their “best of the year” rankings. We took the current best sellers and dug around to find which are currently on sale this 4th of July! You can always go to your local hardware or home improvement store, but if you want it just delivered you may actually even save a bit.
Giftsicle Approved Sales and Deals!
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Grass Seed for Shaded Lawns: