What to do in Spring for Dormant Overseeding
I am planning to do a dormant overseeding this winter and am waiting for the first real snow before I put the seed down. I'm wondering if I should plan to do anything different in the spring than I normally would. As of now, I am planning to topdress with compost in Mid/late -February when its still cold but only a few weeks from thawing and putting down a starter fertilizer and tupersan combo once I see the first blooms on the forsynthia. Obviously, I'll also be watering daily at that point, but I'm hoping mother nature will lend a hand and help me keep my water bill down. Any thoughts about anything else I should be doing? Is my timing right? Thanks!