Lawn fertiliser and Lawn care
"I want a lawn like a golf course"
I often hear people ask this. Acheiving this needs several thing:-
a full time greenkeeper,
a £5000 reel mower,
cutting it every single day!
regular aeration to improve air flow and drainage.
You can still have a fantastic lush green lawn to make you the envy of the neighbourhood.
Great looking lawns start with a well balanced fertiliser and proper feeding.
All lawns need fertilising in order to stay healthy.
Without fertiliser your grass will start to weaken, weeds will sneak into the turf, thatch will build up and
moss will start to colonise.
Regularly feeding with a good quality fertiliser will lead to stronger thicker grass meaning fewer weeds, less moss, a better colour, and under the right conditions tolerate less frequent mowing.
Lawn fertiliser will improve the appearance of your lawn and can help your grass to recover from wear and tear, and the effects of harsh conditions - like the weather here in strathearn!
At BCH Gardens we tailor our lawn care programmes to give you a perfect lawn. We recommend regular feeding every 8-10 weeks through the the growing season.
All our lawn treatment packages scale with the size of the lawn, making feeding a small garden lawn very economical.
Give your lawn a little boost
Lawn feeds are available from a few pence per square meter and can make a huge difference to the look of your garden.
If you feel your lawn is starting to look like it has had better days and would benefit from a little TLC, then call to arrange a no obligation assessment and some advice on how you can have a beautiful lawn with lush green grass.
Lawn Improvement and repair.
Many common lawn problems can often be corrected by good fertilisation and some other techniques such as hollow core aeration or scarifying to remove a disease causing thatch layer
The most common problems we encounter in Comrie and Crieff:-
Weeds in a Lawn - often tell us about other problems
We can solve all of these lawn problems. If an unsightly lawn is bothering you or stopping you enjoy your garden then please call your local lawn care experts and let us advise you on how to treat your lawn.