Realistically, we may not send over a herd of hungry goats but we certainly can assist with your mowing, edging, weeding, and pruning needs.
If you want your lawn to be healthy all summer there are a few routine tips we recommend to complete each spring. First of all, de-thatch your lawn with a good raking. Generally, a thatch build up of more than a 1/2 inch is considered excessive.
The next step is to mow the lawn. Experts advise mowing down to two inches, but never removing more than a 1/2 inch of growth at a time. Don’t concern yourself with collecting all the clippings. They will decay quickly and actually help fertilize the lawn, which is the next step.