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The days are getting shorter and the temperature is dropping. Clevelanders are starting to make the necessary preparations for winter: Homeowners are starting to seal the windows and doors, driveway markers are starting to pop up and gutters are being cleaned out. But in the preparations for winter, you cannot forget your lawn. There are several things that you need to do to prepare your lawn for the long winter. Fall Yard Preparations As the weather starts to get cooler and fall is fast approaching, your lawn actually starts to slow its growing. You may start going from cutting your grass every week to every other or even every two weeks. Soon after the temperature begins to drop, youll probably start noticing leaves gathering in your yard and flower beds. It can be very easy to let your lawn maintenance go. But, landscapers say that taking a few extra steps in the fall can really help your lawn bounce back in the spring. Take Care of Your Lawn and Flower Beds So before the snow