Professional Lawn Feeding and Fertilizer Services by Giving Tree
Those homeowner with a deep affinity for all things green and growing will want their lawn to receive the very best treatment possible. Like loving parents, many of these green-thumbed grass growers have been there since their garden was just tiny shoots and the concern can be deeply personal.
If this sounds a bit like you, or you just want to have a garden that looks its absolute best, you’ve probably considered improving the nutrients and plant food you are providing for the greenery. You’ve probably seen sacks of fertilizer available at your local supermarket, and looking over the instructions the task seems pretty simple.
At Giving Tree we love plants too, and providing proper nutrients to lawns and gardens of all types is our specialty. It takes some special skills to understand how plants eat, how often and what type of foods are best for each situation. Unless you have extensive experience in plant care and lawn types, it is quite possible to kill off your entire garden by spreading around the contents of a random sack of fertilizers.
Believe it or not, there is a highly-developed science behind the way plants eat. That’s why calling in the professionals for this task should be you first option. This following article will give you an idea of the care, professionalism, science and pure unadulterated love we put into the fine art of fertilization.
Lawn Fertilizer Service by Giving Tree
Properly feeding a lawn requires a working understanding of what the lawn needs according to the plants, soil types and even the geographic location. This will decide what types of food to choose, what amounts they need and how often they will need to eat as well.
Proper Plant Fertilizer -- There are different foods to choose from and each can have a different result. There are three important nutrient plant needs for a happy healthy life, these are nitrogen, phosphorus and
potassium. Nitrogen is important throughout plant life and build strong healthy leaves and green colors. Phosphorus is good for building roots and helps seedlings in their early development. Potassium boosts the planet immunity to disease. It will be the right combination and ratios of these three nutrients that makes the best food for your garden.
Proper amounts -- the next important task will be to decide how much food is necessary. Larger gardens require more food and getting the correct square footage will be crucial to calculating the correct quantities. Simply measure the areas that will need fertilizing, length times width to work out the square footage. That's the easy part, but it is important that plants do not receive an imbalanced diet as this can be fatal.
Proper Timing -- feeding times is another important factor. The lawn won’t get hungry nearly as often as you would. Nevertheless, without regular feeding the threats of disease and other conditions can set in. Our lawn specialists will apply their skills and expertise to creating the best schedule for your lawn care and feeding. This will result in accelerated plant growth and a thicker greener lawn.
In addition to the regular plant food, time-released options are also available that ensure your plants are receiving an adequate supply of food and constant source of nitrogen. This also helps to fight the disease-causing bacteria and microbes that can inhabit the soils.
In Conclusion Giving Tree Fertilizer Services
When you choose the professional services of Giving Tree to maintain and care for your lawn, you can be sure your garden plants and grass will look the better for it. This is because we can apply many years of experience in caring for Hampton, CT’s most beautiful lawns. Call us today to discuss our full range of garden care services.