When spring arrives, people can’t wait for warmer weather. They can’t wait to finally get outside, breathe in the fresh, warm air, work in the yard and garden, and watch their lawns grow into beautiful green mats. However it takes time for properties to get back up to speed, particularly lawns.
Winter takes a toll on your lawn
Throughout the winter, harsh conditions -whether snow, wind, ice and frost, and freezing temperatures – take a toll on turf. And as home or property owners, patience in the early spring is a virtue. It’s a trait that ensures you to take the correct steps when treating your grass and avoid making disastrous landscaping mistakes as your lawn begins to slowly recover.
While we won’t discuss some of the common mistakes homeowners make when treating their lawns we will explain why GreenAce’s early fertilizing application is critical to its establishment, color and health.
Our early spring fertilizing helps your lawn flourish
Our Early Spring Fertilizing is a balanced dose of fertilizer that helps your lawn awaken from its winter slumber. By fertilizing in the early spring, you help strengthen your lawn’s root systems, restore its carbohydrates reserves (which became depleted over the winter) and prepare it for the long growing season.
Carbohydrate reserves help your grass stay strong and remain green
Carboydrate reserves are crucial parts of perennial plants. Here’s the role they plan in blade development:
- Helps turf recover from winter hibernation.
- Initiates growth by allowing blades to access carbon, energy and stored nutrients.
- Allows the grass to recover from stressful environmental conditions such as drought. This has been a regular occurrence in New England over the last several years
Our Early Spring Fertilizing will green up your lawn and replenish these reserves so your grass can thrive all season long.
Remember, we want to make lawn maintenance easy. By getting a head start, and distributing a balanced-dose of slow release fertilizer, you can be sure that your lawn is healthy and the best looking in your town.
We service parts of Norfolk and Bristol County, Massachusetts. Towns include: Foxborough, Mansfield, Wrentham, Walpole, Plainville, Franklin, Norfolk, Stoughton, Sharon, Canton, North Attleborough, Attleborough, Easton and Norton, and parts of Medfield, Medway & Millis. Learn more about our Complete Lawn Care program.