Each step in the fertilization process is key in being able to preserve and maintained your lawn long term. If not properly fertilized, every year grass that dies to its root will not come back, so over time a yard will slowly become thinned out and will need new seeds planted. The new seed uses a lot of the nutrients in the soil that can take away from the already established grass, so the correct amount of water, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, oxygen and other nutrients need to be put back into the soil with the fertilizer to keep the roots strong and healthy throughout the season.

Organic Fertilizers

Our 100% chemical and synthetic free, natural approach encourages a beautiful, green & balanced lawn that is safe for pets and humans.  Unlike chemical fertilizers that just feed the grass plant directly, stimulating unnatural growth and then often requiring additional herbicides and pesticides to control unwanted side effects, with no thought given to actual soil conditions or healthy root development, leaving the soil barren of the live oganisms.  Organic lawn care works by feeding the biology that is alive in the soil and ensuring the conditions are optimal for these beneficial microscopic organisms to live. In turn they go to work breaking down and digesting organic matter which than feeds the lawn naturally.



Stripes edging

Stripes mowing

Aerating Fertilizer