Lawn Care

Spring Tips

Early Spring Lawn Tips

Warm weather sparks spring activity on lawns. Here are a few tips to get your lawn off to a great start this spring: Be gentle on the lawn, A light raking of the sticks, twigs, acorns is all that is needed. There is no need to rake your lawn very briskly. A hard brisk raking…

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Greener Grass Trick

Landscaper uses this simple trick to keep the GRASS GREENER If you ever wanted a greener lawn with fewer weeds, less fertilizer and less water then this simple trick is for you. Best of all its free! It’s so simple most people don’t believe it until they see it for themselves. When mowing your lawn…

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Must-do Lawn Secrets

Final Fertilizer Application Fall lawn care, with winter fast approaching you must act now. Give your lawn one more application of fertilizer. This fall fertilizer application builds roots and thickens your lawn. This is the most important application of the season! Lime Sweeten your soil with an application of pelletized lime. This lime application adjust…

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Lawn Renovation

Total Lawn Renovation

If your lawn is full of problem grasses or weeds, then a complete renovation is your best option. Total renovation is the best way to start an organic program. Here we kill off your existing lawn and replant with modern drought tolerant, pest resistant grasses that look greener and stand up better to wear and…

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Slice Seeding

Is your lawn thin? Older? Not that attractive? Super Seeding is a great way to breathe new life into your lawn. We use a special slice seeding machine, which improves the seed-to-soil contact as it plants the grass which is essential for germination. Studies have shown that this method can increase germination by as much…

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Liquid Aeration

Liquid Aeration

Using  Yucca extract, Seaweed,kelp, humates, compost tea and live biology. Our liquid aeration can help relieve compaction, increase water penetration, root depth, and grass health. In most cases this is  more effective than traditional core aeration because it loosens the soil farther down than traditional aerators can go.

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