GreenLawn Canada

GreenLawn Canada

June 06, 2012 06:00 ET

Let Us Get Dirty for Your Green Thumb

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 6, 2012) - Your lawn plays a pivotal part in your family's day-to-day life. After all, it's where your kids play, lounge on hot summer days, and perhaps most importantly it's essential to the overall appearance of your home. For these reasons and more, is why it's important to keep your lawn vibrant and lush all year long.

The health of your lawn depends on many factors that include sufficient water, sunlight and oxygen. However, when natural soil processes don't supply the proper nutrients and essential elements to your lawn, you may need to apply lawn fertilizer to maintain optimal growth.

This is especially true following the winter thaw. After a long, harsh winter season your lawn awakes from the cold, hungrier than ever. And, with the soil still groggy as well, it is often low on the nutrients. But, a hearty early spring feeding of lawn fertilizer will strengthen roots and give lawns a solid jump start to the season.

Fertilizing your lawn is part of a proper lawn care routine. And, in order to achieve optimal results it involves adding the right amount of lawn fertilizer at the proper time. A lawn care system that includes regular feedings ensures that your lawn will stay healthy. Doing so provides your lawn with a better root system that combats adverse weather conditions the seasons bring, and also helps avoid unsightly weeds and brown spots.

If this sounds like something that is beyond your scope or more than you're willing to do, then turn to GreenLawn's team of lawn care professionals, and finally get the lawn your neighbours will envy. Schedule an appointment with us today, and we'll create a lawn treatment plan and schedule lawn service specific to your lawn care needs. For over 30 years, GreenLawn has made your lawn our passion by providing expert lawn service and lawn treatment. So, when you need professional, reliable and comprehensive lawn care, you need GreenLawn.

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