My Scotts Lawn

My Scotts Lawn


In a few simple steps we’ll create a lawn care program just for you, specific to your location and conditions. We’ll tell you what products you need, when you need them, and what steps you need to take to keep your lawn looking beautiful all year long.

We’ll help you stay on track with seasonal calendar alerts, so you know when it’s time to feed your lawn. You can also create reminders for things like when to water or mow your lawn, and chart your lawn’s progress with photo and notes.

Keep track of the lawn care products you need by adding them directly to your Supply List or calendar from your program results. Plus find articles and videos in the Tips & Ideas section on how to grow your best lawn possible.

If you have any problems, we’re here to help you! Give us a call, write us an email or send us a photo, right from within the app.

We’ll ID your weeds, answer any questions and tell you exactly what you need to get the lawn you want.

Please note: The My Scotts Lawn application is for USA lawns ONLY.

Recent changes:
Version 3 for 2013 has a rebuilt Annual Lawn Program planning guide and much simpler homescreen and easier calendar integration for lawn-care reminders.
This app superceeds an older app which went by the SAME NAME through 2011-2012.
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3.5
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169
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10,000+
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File size
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About My Scotts Lawn
In a few simple steps we’ll create a lawn care program just for you, specific to your location and conditions. We’ll tell you what products you need, when you need them, and what steps you need to take to keep your lawn looking beautiful all year long.

We’ll help you stay on track with seasonal calendar alerts, so you know when it’s time to feed your lawn. You can also create reminders for things like when to water or mow your lawn, and chart your lawn’s progress with photo and notes.

Keep track of the lawn care products you need by adding them directly to your Supply List or calendar from your program results. Plus find articles and videos in the Tips & Ideas section on how to grow your best lawn possible.

If you have any problems, we’re here to help you! Give us a call, write us an email or send us a photo, right from within the app.

We’ll ID your weeds, answer any questions and tell you exactly what you need to get the lawn you want.

Please note: The My Scotts Lawn application is for USA lawns ONLY.

Recent changes:
Version 3 for 2013 has a rebuilt Annual Lawn Program planning guide and much simpler homescreen and easier calendar integration for lawn-care reminders.
This app superceeds an older app which went by the SAME NAME through 2011-2012.

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A Google User
Oct 6, 2014
Cool and helpful Cool helpful thanx
A Google User
Sep 21, 2014
Invalid email address - can't save profile Good idea, but buggy. Can't create profile, single photo for all grass types (web show correct photos), product suggestions not same as web.
A Google User
Aug 23, 2014
Doesn't work! Samsung Galaxy Note 3....would love to use this app, but as soon as I enter my zip code, it crashes. Tried several times, but can't get past that point. Totally worthless app for me. Uninstalling.
A Google User
Aug 3, 2014
Needs app support!! Can't set ul profile bc says email is invalid...after retyping dozen+ times! Wtf! No help/support for the app!! Only product help. Stop just marketing your product.
A Google User
Jul 21, 2014
Stop sounding alarm at midnight! Save your lawn program to the calendar. Set a reminder alarm for a date and time. The alarm goes off at midnight on the day of the alarm instead of at the specific time set. Then it continues to go off every day at midnight to let you know that you fertilized or should have fertilized on the date you asked to be reminded. It won't stop unless you delete the event from the calendar. And it doesn't sync with the native calendar like it says it does.