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The Garden My Home Organic Turf Plan (No contracts, just give us the say so to get the job done.)
An all around Spring cleanup gives you great bang for your buck. Little things like picking up leaves and sticks will give your grass the room it needs to grow, as well as, removing any disease. The late winter and early spring are also a great time to prune shrubs. We take pride in knowing that we have sharpened our mower blades and keep our equipment running top notch. We also monitor the height of your turf for optimal growing and give you guidance for healthier plants and soils. The first lawn cutting for the season is done shorter than the standard cutting for improved plant health and it is bagged to remove any chance of winter fungus growth. We spot seed bare spots and over seed if necessary with expertly picked grass seed.
Early Summer Fertilizer & Lawn Spiking
Now that your grass has had its fill on most of the spring nutrients, we will boost it with an early summer organic fertilizer to last through the next few heated months. Lawn spiking is a lost art which we provide for those areas of your lawn which see the most compaction and highest traffic. This gives your soil the oxygenated boost it needs to promote beneficial microorganism growth and keep your grass plants strong.
Spot Seeding (If necessary)
Now is the time we stay vigorous to make all the fruits of your labor the best that they can be. Your soil has had its adventure for the summer and we need to give it that help for the fall and winter so that the lawn comes back better than ever next year. This is where we use our slow release fertilizer, giving your grass plants snacks for weeks to come, preparing them for the cold. If necessary, we will also discuss any reseeding at this time. Fall is another perfect time to germinate new grass seedlings.
No services use Herbicides or Pesticides
We start from 'the ground up' and build better soil. Better soil means better plants and great lawns.
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