Midwest weather can be tough on lawns. Summer heat and drought can take their toll on your grass and leave you with patchy, bare spots and inconsistent growth. And, if you don’t seed during the two best times of the year-fall and spring, you’ll miss your window of optimum growth and fall short of achieving impressive results.
Timing is everything when it comes to achieving that lush, thick, green lawn you’ve always wanted, but have never been able to achieve.
Overseeding refers to the proven practice of seeding into your existing lawn to establish additional grass growth and finally, fill in any thin, dead, or bare spots.
There are two optimum times of year for successfully overseeding your lawn—fall and spring. Fall is the best time of year to overseed a lawn, but if you can’t wait that long and would like to have a great lawn to enjoy over the summer months, spring is your second best choice.
Spring rain, cool nights, and ample sunshine are all positive factors in building a green, healthy, full lawn. One drawback to overseeding in the spring is the growth of weeds. We will tackle that issue at another time.
Spring in the midwest is always a welcome change from the dark, cold, sunless winters, and general deadness of lawn and foliage. Who doesn’t love playing with the kids, grandkids, barbequing, or playing softball on your freshly-cut lawn? However, if your yard is damaged, full of dead spots, or looking lackluster due to the build-up of leaves, twigs, and dead thatch, you don’t have a lawn that you can enjoy with your family. With spring overseeding, and if done correctly and before the window closes, you can turn it around, and you can enjoy a great lawn.
Yes, it does for millions of midwest homeowners, golf course superintendents, sports field managers, landscapers, and more. Overseeding is not a new process and has been proven to work for many years and in many climates, including the temperature and weather extremes that are commonplace in the midwest.
You might be asking yourself, how do I overseed a lawn? As with anything, there are steps one must take before undertaking a successful overseeding. Here are just a few of them:
Ryan Lawn and Tree Service, with offices serving homeowners and property owners in the greater Kansas City, St. Louis, Tulsa, Wichita, Springfield and surrounding areas, including cities from Chesterfield to the Central West End, Overland Park, Tulsa and every city in between, has been helping busy professionals and homeowners like you establish and maintain lush, green, healthy lawns for over ten years. Also, we now offer lawn care in Branson, MO! We have thousands of satisfied customers that can attest to our superior service and results. You no longer need to search for a lawn seeding company near me.
You have so many things competing for your time and attention, and maintaining a great lawn doesn’t have to be one. Enjoy that weekend at the zoo, at the park, on vacation, etc. Instead of spending your time and weekends trying to revive a dead lawn, or plant a new one, let Ryan Lawn take care of it, and give you more time with your family, friends, and kids. We are the professionals you know and trust for lawn seeding services.
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If it’s your lawn, landscaping or trees, lawn irrigation, and more, we’ve got you covered. We can tackle any issue, find a great solution, and make sure that you don’t have to worry about any issue that affects your lawn, trees, home, or shrubs.
And, finally, unlike some of the big boys, our employees own shares of our company. This is not just a “job;” our employees are partners in our success, which comes through in every project we undertake. Our employees have an extra incentive to go the extra mile and never cut corners.
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