This week the Weybridge Ladies are gathering Thursday, June 20 at Cap City Fine Diner and Bar in the growing Bridge Street District. Here’s the address:
6644 Riverside Dr
Dublin, OH 43017
New residents welcome! If you’re attending, please let organizer Sharon Foster know you’re coming and arrive by 11:30 a.m. Need a ride? Sharon can also help with coordinating rides.
Please contact Sharon at 614-659-7819 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The June 2019 edition of The Bridge, Weybridge’s resident newsletter, has been distributed via U.S. Mail to all residents.
If you need another copy of The Bridge, you can download a PDF copy right here:
You can also find back issues of The Bridge over on the newsletter’s home page here.
BrightView has notified us the next fertilizer application is expected on or around Friday, June 21.
As in the past, we recommend you keep pets off the lawn for at least 24 hours after the fertilizer application. If there are sections of lawn you do not want fertilized, you can place lawn flags outlining the area.
Questions? Please contact our Weybridge Landscape Chairman, Brent Kliehauer, at email@example.com.
Several Weybridge residents have bare spots on their front lawns under lager trees and beside their driveways. This suggestion was sent to the Weybridge HOA to help other Weybridge residents with this problem. It has been found to be very effective. With great success
Scotts EZ Seed Patch & Repair Sun and Shade
Scott’s EZ Seed Patch & Repair Sun and Shade is a revolutionary seeding mix that guarantees seeding success*! The unique combination of Scott’s high performance seed, premium continuous release lawn food, and super-absorbent growing material, makes it possible for grass to grow anywhere, guaranteed.* Scott’s EZ Seed now has a tackifier to reduce seed wash-away on sloped areas of your lawn! *Subject to proper care & watering. When watering a newly seeded lawn, the key is to keep the top inch of soil consistently moist but not soggy. You will likely need to mist the seeded area once or twice a day (possibly more if it’s hot and dry outside). Once the seeds start to germinate, continue to keep the top 2 inches of soil moist until the new grass reaches a mowing height of around 3 inches. After that, begin to cut back watering to twice per week and soak the soil deeper, about 6-8 inches, to encourage the grass roots to grow down deep into the soil.
To see video on how to apply click here EZ Seed Video