I have the St. Patrick’s Day bah-humbugs. My daughter is positive she is going to find a four-leaf clover in our growing patch of clover in the backyard. I am certain there isn’t a shamrock in the bunch, and I want them gone. Shhhhh don’t tell my daughter, but I am getting ready to apply Scotts Turf Builder’s new product Bonus S in hopes of ridding the clover (and the dollarweed a few feet away).
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Bonus S is a new product from Scotts Turf Builder that is being rolled out to Florida markets this spring. (Hey Florida friends, did you know northerners don’t even know what dollarweed is?!)
To celebrate the launch of the new product, Scotts is hosting three events in Jacksonville. The BBQ themed events will be held:
- March 15 at Lowes: 4040 Oldfield Crossing Dr., Jacksonville, FL 32223 from 11am – 3pm
- March 22 at Ace Hagan’s Mandarin: 12501 San Jose Blvd., Jacksonville, FL from 11am – 3pm
- April 5 at The Home Depot: 9021 Southside Blvd., St. Augustine, FL 32256 from 11am – 3 pm
During the event participants will have the opportunity to learn about lawn care from Scott’s Backyard Pris who will be available to answer Bonus S questions as well as provide tips for other lawn care and garden questions.
In addition to all of the fun at the in-store event, Jacksonville locals will also be able to listen via the live on-site radio remotes.
Of course, those who make it out to the event will also be able to get their hands on Bonus S product coupons and giveaway prizes including koozies, sunglasses and even Scotts products.
So if you live in the Jacksonville area, and have questions about how to best care for your lawn this spring, be sure to mark your calendar to stop by one of the local events.
And wish me good luck in solving my own clover and dollarweed problems. I am gonna test out Bonus S for myself this spring.
Christy Garrett @ Uplifting Families says
I have to go buy some of this very soon, my front yard looks horrible. I am in TX and we have an overabundance of Henbit and Nutsege in our area. Turf builder always gets rid of it. I put out one application of winter guard and apparently it wasn’t enough.