What is Overseeding? When landscapers talk about overseeding, it simply means sowing seeds in a lawn that’s already been established, rather than seeding bare soil. This process can help to fill bare spots, repair damage in your lawn, and fortify it during the growing season. It’s an easy, effective way to reverse thinning grass and….
You’ve made an investment in your new yard, and we are just as invested in helping you maintain a healthy yard that you and your whole family can enjoy for many years. Chemical herbicides might work well in many cases, but inappropriate use can harm beneficial plants, leech into the groundwater, and can have a….
As much as we might love our four-legged friends, there’s no doubt that dogs can do a number on a lawn. The most common type of dog-related lawn damage is lawn burn, a condition caused by the high nitrogen content in dog urine. Lawn burn is easy to spot – it’s typically found in small….
Choosing the right grass for your property depends on many factors. You will need to take into consideration your climate, location of where the grass will be placed, how much sun it will have, and how the area will be used, such as whether or not there will be heavy foot traffic or used daily….
Cultivating sod is a labor of love that requires a great deal of patience and attention to detail. For their product to be marketable, sod farmers must be careful to grow turf that’s healthy, robust and weed-free. This is easier said than done, particularly when sod farms grow many different types of turf to accommodate….
Sod is a transplanted mature turf that is grown on a farm and then rolled out like a rug on your property. Sod provides an easy option for instantly cultivating a lush, green yard. But to ensure the health and longevity of the grass, sod needs time to take root after being laid in your….