Landscape design St. Johns
Landscape design St. Johns can provide you with high quality lawn mowing and maintenance options to meet your commercial and residential lawncare needs.
Keeping your lawn healthy with regular lawn fertilization is recommended for a thick and healthy lawn. We apply liquid Broad Leaf Weed Control to take care of the weeds that invade your lawn in early spring and mid summer.
Grub worm and insect control applications are available as well.
Lawn aeration allows more oxygen to reach the roots, helps old grasses decompose faster, and makes your lawn more drought-resistant. Once finished, any new grass growth will be much healthier! Aeration also helps water settle into your soil, leading to a more nutrient-rich turf.
We recommend overseeding your lawn during this process. (See below)
DeThatching removes dead grass clippings that have embodied themselves around the roots of your existing turf. Removing the thatch allows your lawn to breathe and be free to grow without resistance.
OverSeeding is one of the most important lawn care tasks, yet few homeowners ever do it. Unfortunately grass does not live forever and can become weak and ‘tired’. After five or six years, grass plants will slow down their reproduction rates; they get tired just like we do as we age. Thin grass invites weeds.
OverSeeding your lawn with drought/disease resistant turn type tall fescue grass seed is recommended for our region. This grass is a thin blade and very deep rich green color for a very luxurious lawn appearance.
No one likes the choir of the annual leaf raking, the frustration getting the leaves all piled up only to have the wind come through and disassemble the pile. Landscape design St. Johns take care of your leaf removal needs so you can get back to enjoying the other aspects of your life. We have you covered at Landscape design St. Johns
Tree and Shrub Care
Trimming and pruning trees and shrubs is an important part to keeping them healthy year round. It also can be a safety concern it not kept up on regularly to remove dead and falling limbs. Contact Landscape design St. Johns and Landscaping to discuss your Tree and Shrub care needs.