The Q&A Archives: No lawn and too much dirt in the shrubs

Question: Because of a plumbing issue, a contractor had to dig through our lawn to fix the problem. When the job was done. He put the excess dirt and stones through our evergreen and azalea bush. The lawn began growing crabgrass, grass and weeds. I figured I would kill the weeds by putting down Scott's Crabgrass killer. Well, I killed everything. Now I have no grass and the aforementioned shrubs have too much dirt in them and it does not look good. It is hard to keep trash our and to rake leaved and trash underneath the bushes. How do I fix this problem? Right now, I have a dirt patch in place of a lawn. Any help would be great. Thanks!


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