A lush, green and healthy lawn can really beautify your garden.
Studies show spending time in your outdoor space and reconnecting with nature is a great way to de-stress and improve your mood. However, sometimes despite best efforts, a lawn can really let a garden down. GreenThumb Lawn Treatment Service has the perfect solution: The Lawn Makeover.
So, what does the process of the Lawn Makeover involve?
Firstly, a ‘Total Lawn Kill’ is carried out, providing a clean start by removing all plant life in the lawn area. Two weeks later, the lawn is ready for Makeover Day! Using GreenThumb’s unique de-thatching ‘Makeover Reel’, debris from the old lawn is removed; to achieve superior results, the Lawn Operative will need to reach the soil level.
Aeration comes next to improve the air-space and soil structure, promoting a good foundation for grass seed germination.
The pièce de résistance of The Lawn Makeover is ‘Diamond Green’ – our bespoke grass seed. Diamond Green is an exclusively developed, custom blend of Fescue and Perennial Ryegrasses, tailored to UK conditions. It has many benefits including fast establishment, improved colour as well as improved tolerance to drought, close mowing, shade and disease.
We then apply our 100% weed-free, organic and recycled top-dressing to the new seeds, which is nutrient-rich and encourages germination. Next comes our unique seasonal NutraGreen fertiliser, this controlled-release fertiliser feeds the new lawn during its germination period.
At the end of the Makeover Day, we apply our popular Oasis water-conserver treatment before watering in your new lawn. Oasis is designed to complement your watering programme by effectively retaining moisture in the root zone. We will also make 3 follow-up visits as part of a care package over the next 10 weeks; which includes germination progress, watering and mowing advice, and concludes with a bespoke, weed and feed treatment.
A beautiful, vibrantly green and weed-free lawn is possible with The Lawn Makeover, the best way to achieve the ultimate lawn – the GreenThumb lawn.
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