Mike Sperber of Nature’s Guardian Inc
To provide proper landscape care for your property it is important to evaluate your properties eco-system. There are factors to manage such as soil, flora and fauna as well as climate conditions to be able to allow for optimum plant growth. Nature’s Guardian in committed to nurturing your landscape and providing the best possible care.
Spring is the season we get outdoors enjoy the sunshine (when the rain subsides), smell freshly cut lawns and blooming flowers. It’s a great time to start thinking about the curb appeal of your home.
Whether you plan to stay in your home for a while or sell, first impressions are everything. An alive, clean healthy lawn can have a great impact on your happiness or if you are selling your home encourage prospective buyers to visit your home.
General lawn care practices create a healthy turf. If you have a lawn which is suffering from lawn disease you may have to seed or sod to get the health and beauty of your lawn back.
There are several advantages to installing a sod lawn as opposed to seed grass. Seeding laws requires a lot of work and preparation, which includes prepping the soil, spreading the seeds, and fertilizing and adding mulch or straw, followed by the need to water frequently. If you are looking to instantly make your lawn beautiful, installing sod is the best and most effective option.
Updating the look of your front yard is a great investment but first make sure it’s been well maintained before money is spent on new flowers shrubs or trees. All spent plants should be replaced, and flowerbeds weeded. Choose eye catching plants that work well in your location to complement your home in all seasons. Invest in mulch to help retain moisture in the soil and provide weed control. Edge your lawn to give your landscape a professional look and better curb appeal!