For over four decades, Colbert Lawn Service has exceeded customer expectations in Joplin. The company is always happy to share their wisdom and experience to help community members have the best lawns and yards possible.
Most Joplin homeowners love having a green and gorgeous lawn. Sometimes this can be a bit of a challenge without experience or knowledgeable advice. The good news is that help is available. For over 40 years, Colbert Lawn Service has served the Joplin community, building a remarkably positive reputation.
In exciting news, building off of those winning relationships, the team at Colbert Lawn Service is now sharing monthly tips on how to have the best lawn possible.
This month’s piece of advice: planting only one type of grass and/or the wrong kind. Variety is the spice of life and a necessary ingredient for a healthy law as well. When planting grass seed, choose a variety of seeds so your lawn is more likely to weather poor conditions, like heat and drought. It is also worth noting that different kinds of grasses are meant to be successful in different regions of the country. The United States is divided into three zones that run across the country like cake layers. There’s a zone for warm-season grasses (south), one for cool-season grasses (north) and a transitional zone in the middle where it can be a challenge to grow grass. Make sure to select the grass seed most conducive for success in your region of the country. A few to consider are:
|Fine Fescue||Excellent in shade.
Tolerant of drought and infertile soils.
|Intolerant of high temperatures.
Doesn’t grow well in wet soil conditions.
|Kentucky Bluegrass||High-quality appearance.
Has good low-temperature hardiness.
|Poor shade tolerance.
Slow to establish.
|Perennial Ryegrass||Used for overseeding and cover.
Good wear tolerance.
|Least cold-hardy in the cool season.
Not recommended as a standalone turf grass; better used as part of a seed mixture.
In additional news from Colbert Lawn Service, they are currently running a promotion for any new contracted accounts where the team will give a complimentary mowing and edging at the end of the contract term. Contact the company for more details or with any questions, large or small.
Specialties from Colbert include highlights like lawn maintenance, tree planting, beautiful and functional natural fences, landscape design, general gardening, and much more.
Reviews for the company’s services continue to be completely positive — check their website for testimonials.
For more information or to get a quote, be sure to visit colbertlawnservice.com or call 417.437.7728.
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