Fall is the best time to aerate and seed lawns in our area:
- More efficient use of water and fertilizer
- Thatch will be minimized
- Helps grass establish deeper roots
- Aids ability of lawn to withstand more activity, stress, and drier conditions
- Post aeration over-seeding will benefit and grown quicker
- Improved lawn health and appearance
Aeration and seeding is a process that can take place from the end of August through late October. We work with clients and nature to achieve the desired results: a beautiful, green lawn. "It's the single most valuable thing you can do for a lawn beyond mowing, watering and fertilizing."
The success of aeration and seeding is a commitment to water. Please review the follow up instructions to care for your newly aerated and seeded lawn. Crews monitor the germination process on weekly visits and do not mow until new grass is rooted sufficiently. Bare spots can be dealt with by digging up or scratching the area and applying seeds and fertilizer.
Other seasonal services can brighten up your fall landscape. Consider fall annuals installation or mulching after the leaves fall. Check out some of the top fall blooming flowers for your garden. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|Russell and Melissa with Millie Savannah Lancaster
Newest Family Member:
Russell and Melissa Lancaster welcomed their first child, daughter Millie Savannah Lancaster, in June. Russell has been with us as shop foreman and equipment and irrigation specialist since 1989. In addition, Russell is a beloved member of our team and to many of our clients. We share this happy news with you as we rejoice with Russell and Melissa in this blessing to their family.