Sodding & Special Seeding
We will professionally install a lush lawn for you. We will ensure the correct sod or seed for your soil conditions. If seeding is what you desire after raking and aeration, you can begin to work on bare spots by seeding. Remember, in the early spring, it may require three or more weeks before you see any sign of new seedlings. We will always use the proper seed for the application. Such as creeping red, is best for shady areas. Prairie Buffalo grass, Canadian Blue Fescue, or Turf-type Tall Fescues will do well in semi-shade, as well as in sunny areas. Improved Kentucky Blue grass is the best for full sun areas.
We will prepare the bare spots for reseeding by loosening the soil. Mix in some good top soil or planters mix; add a small amount of starter fertilizer, seed. Keep the spots moist for at least three weeks while the grass sprouts. For larger areas it may be necessary to cover with a grass cover fabric, straw, or burlap to help keep the ground moist until the grass sprouts.