Howell-Based Lawn Care Company Helps Residents Prepare for Fall

HOWELL, Mich. - Michimich -- Has the summer sun taken a toll on your grass?

Are weeds overtaking your lawn?

When fall arrives, your lawn is busy recuperating from the summer's scorching sun. Fall is also prime time to prepare your grass to handle the coming winter. On the other hand, fall also means broadleaf weeds are likely to pop up. Luckily, all of this can be managed with proper fertilization and weed control.

Why fertilize in the fall?

Summer can be hard on your lawn. Excessive heat causes heat stress, which makes it hard for your grass to hold nutrients and stay hydrated. Fall weather gives your lawn a chance to recover from the constant heat. Fertilizing your grass during this recovery time helps strengthen the roots for the winter, and also gives it a health boost for the spring!

What are broadleaf weeds?

Broadleaf weeds are pretty self-explanatory—they're weeds with broad leaves! This distinguishes them from "grass weeds." Dandelions, clover, plantain, and thistle are all broadleaf weeds. The leaves have one main vein with smaller veins branching off. These weeds are most common in the fall.

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Looking for lawn care companies in Howell? Stop the search with Ever So Green!

Are you not finding what your lawn needs from other lawn care companies in Howell?

Ever So Green is your one-stop-shop for fertilization and weed control. Our certified technicians create a custom fertilization plan for your grass. If you're ready to sit back and enjoy a healthy lawn this fall, call (517) 540-1100 or submit a contact form here:

About Ever So Green: Family owned, Livingston County-based and serving Livingston County since 1997, it's our mission and top priority to provide you with professional, high quality and convenient service. For quotes on fertilizing, grub control, and broadleaf weed control services, please request a quote on our website or give us a call at 517-540-1100.

Kim Ronald

Source: Ever So Green
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