Are you jealous of other people’s gardens and lawns? Perhaps you bought a house with a weedy backyard. Perhaps you have tried for years to make the yard functional.
You might be wondering how your neighbors keep their gardens lush each year. What can you do to get the same look as your neighbors?
Our efficient and prompt treatment of yards has been appreciated by both locals and tourists to Florida or Alabama.
We will gladly help you choose the right sod for your garden. It can be installed in just a few places or all over your lawn. We have years of experience and can ensure that it is installed correctly the first time.
We will show you why sod is such a popular option and what perks it has.
SOD is made up of mature grass and soil. These are held together with the roots of the grass or some netting. Once the sod is dry enough, farmers roll it up and transport it. This is how you get the distinctive look and feel that comes with rolled soil.
The greatest advantage of grass seed is its ability to produce instant results. Although grass seed is cheaper than sod, the results can take months to show. Sod will appear lush and clean from the first day.
Landscapers are also able to install sod at any time during grass’s growing seasons. This flexibility can also be included in your service plan.
We recommend scheduling our visit during peak grass growth for the grass you have ordered.
The third is options. There are many grass types available, so you can choose which one best suits your needs. Our landscapers can help you select the right grass for your space when planning and scheduling your project.
Sod is easier to maintain than grass seed. It is crucial to fertilize and plant grass seeds at the right times. It is also important to replenish it every year. However, you can roll the sod and place it carefully.
Our certified landscapers can install your sod. Installing sod incorrectly can cause it to not root properly or show visible seams. This can lead to a poor yard. It is possible to avoid this by hiring professionals to do the job.
It will take about two to three weeks for sod to grow in its soil once it is installed. It is important to keep the sod in its place throughout this time. Your sod lawn should be capable of handling daily traffic from all family members after the initial growth period.
Sod is much more than a lawn. Sod lasts a lifetime and creates an outdoor space that is both safe and active.
Sod protects soil against erosion. When it is laid, it acts as a blanket. Its roots eventually become part the soil and hold it in its place. Sod makes a lusher, denser yard than grass seed.
Certified sod is free from weeds. Certified sod can be used to outcompete weed seeds by filling in any gaps with finely-grown grass. You don’t have to worry about your yard being overrun with crabgrass.