Byron Center Lawn Mowing and Leaf Clean-ups
There’s nothing better than thick, green grass during a Michigan summer. There’s just something about the look and feel of a healthy lawn. Although a healthy yard is pleasant to look at, there are a number of variables that go into creating and sustaining a lush, green lawn.
- In Byron Center, it’s best to mow between 3.25 and 3.5 inches on a weekly basis. A healthy root system is the foundation for a beautiful lawn. Deeper roots provide increased access to moisture and nutrients your grass needs in order to thrive in a Michigan climate.
- Although there are several methods for tackling weeds and insects in a lawn, the best defense against weeds and insects is assuring the health of your grass. Healthy turf is a great defense against unwanted leafy or crawly insect guests.
A yard and flower bed clear of leaves and other debris has the best chance at being a healthy lawn and bed. Not only is a clean lawn and flower bed desirable to the eye, but it also discourages pests and disease. If kept unclean, lawns and beds are susceptible to unwanted pests and diseases. Whether it’s preparing your lawn and beds for the growing season or cleaning things up in the fall, Timmer Lawn & Snow LLC will assure your landscape is at its best!
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