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Core Aeration is accomplished by using a machine called a lawn aerator with hollow tines to remove cores or plugs of thatch and soil from the lawn. It’s a great method to use on lawns suffering from compacted soil and poor drainage. Creating holes with a diameter of 1/2 inch or greater, a lawn aerator provides a channel through which oxygen, nutrients and water can pass to feed your lawn.
If you have patchy areas with hard-packed soil that refuse to grow grass or areas that are prone to growing moss core aeration is the solution for you! It breaks up the soil allowing it to take up water and nutrients. This in turn allows grass to take root and grow beautifully.
In cases of moss, the problem is basically the same. Moss tends to grow well on compact, impermeable soil. Herbicides used on mosses in these situations may get rid of the moss temporarily but the underlying compacted soil and thatch are still a problem. They won’t grow grass well and eventually the moss will come back. Core aeration allows water and nutrients to permeate the area, making it an unsuitable area for moss but a perfect one for grass.
Any lawn can benefit from core aeration. It’s one of the best methods to use if you’re looking for a lush, full lawn.
Pruning and trimming help to promote the growth of strong and healthy plants, trees, hedges and shrubs. Pruning is also an excellent way to beautify your landscape while maintaining it’s ideal size. Having a jungle for a yard can offer some interesting views of the landscape in it’s natural state but it’s not ideal for your property.
We can cater our spring clean-up services to your specific needs and ensure you get the personalized grounds care services you actually care about whether that be tree trimming or garden bed care
With the hustle and bustle of everyday life, recognize how much time and effort you have to devote to your landscape design ideas and maintenance, and select appropriate plant materials.