Lawn Care Begins In Early Spring

As winter fades away and spring begins to bloom, it is essential to start preparing your lawn for the upcoming growing season. Early spring lawn care is crucial in ensuring a healthy and vibrant lawn throughout the year. By taking the time to properly care for your lawn in the early spring, you can set the stage for a lush and beautiful lawn that will be the envy of your neighborhood.

Early spring lawn care involves a variety of tasks,
including cleaning up debris, aerating the soil, fertilizing, and seeding.
These tasks are essential in promoting healthy grass growth, preventing weeds,
and preparing your lawn for the warmer months ahead. By following a few simple
steps, you can ensure that your lawn will be in top shape throughout the spring
and summer, and fall. Each of these tasks can be completed easily and
inexpensively, and without the need of hiring a lawn care company.

Important Steps - Details Below

Clean Up Debris

One of the most important tasks in early spring lawn care is cleaning up debris from the winter months. This includes removing leaves, branches, and any other debris that may have accumulated on your lawn. By cleaning up this debris, you can prevent it from smothering the grass and hindering its growth. We have a large selection of tools that will make this job easier and more enjoyable to complete. From rigid metal rakes to lighter more flexible plastic fan rakes. Our staff will be happy to point you in the right direction, and put the right tool in your hand.


Aerating the soil is another crucial step in early spring lawn care. Aerating helps to loosen compacted soil, allowing air, water, and nutrients to reach the roots of the grass more easily. This promotes healthy root growth and helps the grass to thrive throughout the growing season.


Fertilizing your lawn in the early spring is essential. Fertilizer provides the nutrients that your grass needs to grow and thrive. By fertilizing early in the spring, you can give your lawn a much-needed boost as it begins to come out of its winter dormancy. We offer a full line of fertilizers, whether you are starting a new lawn from seed, or working on an established lawn. We also carry the tools that make getting this fertilizer into your lawn a snap. A fertilizer spreader, can make a daunting job very easy. Just follow the application rate on the bag, set your spreader accordingly and away you go. This allows you the piece of mind that you are getting the correct amount of fertilizer into the lawn, as well as knowing you are not wasting any unnecessarily. We will also be there for you the remainder of the year letting you know when your lawn will require a feeding again.


Seeding bare spots in your lawn is another important task in early spring lawn care. By seeding these bare spots early in the spring, you can encourage new grass growth and fill in any patches of thin or bare grass. This will help to create a more uniform and lush lawn. Lawn seed selection can be confusing with the many different brands and names they attach them. We like to keep in simple, and offer a full line that will cover any type exposure and site conditions, and well as the knowledge to help you make the right choice. The right seed for the job is of utmost importance to get you growing quickly.

Controlling Grubs & Rodant Damage

By incorporating nematodes into your lawn care routine, you can effectively ward off grub damage and eliminate the chaos caused by rodents scavenging for food. Grubs are notorious for feasting on the roots of your grass, leading to unsightly yellow patches in your lawn. Additionally, the presence of grubs may attract rodents and other small animals who will dig up your lawn in search of a meal. It is important to be vigilant and proactive in identifying and addressing grub infestations, as they can rapidly spread and cause significant damage if left unchecked.

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Should you have any problems or questions concerning your lawn, please visit us or call 519-352-1127.