Every Spring, your lawn seems dry and withered away by the low winter weather. We can help you to revitalize your lawn and provide the proper attention and care it needs to grow greener and fuller in the Spring, Summer, and lasting till Fall season.


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A fundamental advance to dealing with your yard is to eliminate leaves, branches, and different pieces of plants that have fallen on the ground. Cleaning endlessly these plant parts will make it simpler to cut your grass without deterrent. It will likewise need a raking cover away from your grass.


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Another incredible method to think about your yard is to circulate air through it. Air circulation includes making little openings in the dirt to lighten soil compaction. These openings increment the space between strong particles and permit air, water, and supplements to come to the grassroots and help the yard become more grounded and more advantageous. At the point when we circulate air through your lawn, guarantee that the dirt is soggy. We believe that circulating air through a day after you’ve watered your lawn.

Lawn Mowing

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Before you begin cutting your grass, supplant the edges on your lawnmower in the event that they are looking dull and rusted. Dull edges won’t cut the grass appropriately yet will tear the grass unevenly, making it more defenseless against searing. After you’ve changed the lawnmower cutting edges, it’s an ideal opportunity to cut your grass.

Toward the start of the spring season, cut your grass to a stature of 1.5 inches. This permits more daylight, water, and supplements to come to the grassroots. Be that as it may, you would prefer not to keep the grass this short all Spring since it might invite weeds early. Following fourteen days, increment the tallness of your grass to 3.0 inches, or to whatever the stature is ideal for your grass type.


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The lawn’s soil pH should ideally be at around 7.0 to ensure a healthy lawn and plant growth.

The BC Ministry of Agriculture says that “soil pH affects plants, soil organisms, and the availability of soil nutrients and metals for plant uptake.” Typically, in the Lower Mainland-Vancouver, the soil is naturally acidic, so some plants like blueberries can thrive in soil with a pH of 4.5-5.5. On the other hand, when it comes to your lawn, it prefers a more neutral pH of around 6.5 to 7.0. To neutralize your soil’s pH level, you want to apply a process called “liming” to your lawn.


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Seeding is an essential springtime task, especially if your lawn has thinned out, become dry, and the grass has browned in color. When trying to nurse your lawn back to health, try over-seeding your lawn as it is a quick way to help your lawn become greener, thicker, and lusher.

In addition to making your lawn appear healthier, over-seeding also helps your lawn overcome weeds and other diseases. When seeding your lawn, make sure you distribute it evenly throughout your lawn, so that it will grow out evenly. However, if you find that there are some patchy areas in your lawn lacking grass, feel free to seed that area more.


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Our Spring Lawn Care Tips would not be complete without including fertilizers. Fertilizers are important for many reasons, including providing nutrients to your lawn, promoting lawn thickness, and making the grass stronger against potential weeds and diseases. Try using organic fertilizers and try to keep your lawn as Eco-friendly as possible.

There are two main types of fertilizers you can use: granular and water-soluble. We recommend using granular fertilizers because they require less maintenance and can be applied fewer times in a year, as it takes grassroots longer to absorb this fertilizer than water-soluble fertilizers.