What Happens to Grass in the Winter?

November 16, 2019 | Fertilization

 In North Carolina, winter is here and many homeowners wonder what exactly happens to their grass during these cold months. Does it die? Go dormant? What do I need to do to care for it? Our team at Nature’s Select Premium Turf Services, Inc. are experts in all things lawn care, and we love to share our knowledge and experience. Armed with knowledge, you can have a healthy lawn all year long.

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Fall Aeration and Overseeding

September 19, 2019 | Aeration

 Aeration or “core aeration” is the practice of punching small plugs or cores into the lawn in order to create openings in the turf to allow water and air to penetrate the soil. Overseeding your lawn is the process of planting new grass to fill in any bare or worn patches. Our team at Nature’s Select Premium Turf Services, Inc. wants to help you use both essential practices to maintain a healthy lawn all year long.

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Preparing for Fall Lawn Care

August 13, 2019 | Aeration

 Try as we might to hold onto summer, back-to-school season is here. And, before we know it, the air will turn crisp and fall will be here. As the seasons change, so does your lawn’s needs. Instead of growth, it needs maintenance and fall is the prime time to set the stage for a beautiful lawn next year. But, if you’re ready to retire the landscaping tools for the season, our experts at Nature’s Select Premium Turf Services Inc. are prepared to take over. In addition to fall lawn care tips, our expert service will result in the lawn you’ve always wanted!

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Why Fertilizer Is Important

July 27, 2019 | Fertilization

 If you’re a new homeowner, you might not yet be fully accustomed to caring for a lawn. You may think you can skip things like watering and fertilizer, and just let nature do its thing. However, our team at Nature’s Select Premium Turf Services, Inc. is here to tell you that, if you want a lawn to be proud of, it’s going to take some work. Read on to take advantage of our expertise and learn why lawn fertilization is beneficial and necessary for a healthy lawn.

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