Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Fixes for Common Lawn Problems


Are you tired of dealing with the same lawn problems year after year?

As you daydream about sunnier weather, there are some lawn care tasks you can take care of right now to make sure your grass looks its best in the spring.

Most lawns suffer from these common issues:

  1. Grass is too thin
  2. Bare spots
  3. Ugly brown spots
  4. Grubs
  5. Out of control weeds
  6. Crabgrass
  7. Yellow stripes


Read about how to fix these common issues on our website!

The best thing to do to tackle tricky lawn problems is to hire a professional lawn care and fertilization company. Experts who know the right products and techniques are the best people to take care of your lawn!

Tired of Searching the Internet for “Fertilizer Companies Near Me” Without any Luck? Your Search Stops Here


We specialize in lawn care services that will provide you with a beautiful, green and healthy lawn. Relax and enjoy a beautiful lawn this season while we do the work! We take great pride in delivering expert and professional service to all our customers. Request a quote today to get started!

Monday, November 16, 2020

Do You Have a Winter Lawn Care Plan?

Like many of us in the Midwest, you’ve switched out the lawn mower for a snow shovel.

While your lawn may not require as much care in the winter as it does during the other seasons of the year, did you know there are some steps you can take to make sure your lawn is in good shape come springtime?

Lawn winterization is a really important part of lawn care, especially for cool season grasses. A traditional lawn winterization fertilizer applied in late fall helps your lawn take on large amounts of nutrients that it needs to overcome summer stress and get through the winter.

Read more lawn fertilization and winterization tips on our website!

Noticeable results guaranteed! If you are not satisfied with the results of any treatment, simply call us; we’ll make it right. We are committed to quality service and customer satisfaction. Give us a call today at 517-518-8523 to get started.

Sunday, November 1, 2020

Winter Lawn Care in Livingston County


Do you have a year-round lawn care plan?

With how cold and dreary Michigan winters can be, it’s not surprising if it’s the last thing on your mind as fall winds to an end and winter begins.

There are some merits to having a full 12-month lawn care schedule, though, especially if you hire a professional or commercial lawn care company to work with you on fertilization and weed control.

Lawn winterization is a really important part of lawn care, especially for cool season grasses. A traditional lawn winterization fertilizer applied in late fall helps your lawn take on large amounts of nutrients that it needs to overcome summer stress and get through the winter.

Read more tips on our website!

Noticeable results guaranteed! If you are not satisfied with the results of any treatment, simply call us; we’ll make it right. We are committed to quality service and customer satisfaction. Give us a call today at 517-518-8523 to get started.

Thursday, October 15, 2020

Fall Lawn Care is Important for Overall Lawn Health


Did you know that fall is the most important season for fertilization?

Do you have questions about fall fertilization? Should you mow first? Wait until after it rains? When is the best time of the day to fertilize? 

Find out here!

Not All Fertilizer Companies near You are Created Equal 

Before you hire a professional lawn care company for leaf removal, lawn cutting, or fertilizing, be sure to do your homework and find out more about them. Do they offer estimates? Do they require you to set a regular schedule? How is their reputation in the community? 

At Ever So Green, we know how frustrating it can be to make an investment with a professional lawn care company only to get less than desirable results. For that reason, if you’re not satisfied, simply call us; we’ll make it right. We’re committed to quality service and customer satisfaction.

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Fall Lawn Maintenance: Not Just About Looks!

Summer heat can be stressful on our lawns, but the cooler temperatures in fall help the grass regain strength. Fall fertilization is important because:

  1. Morning dew on chilly mornings delivers moisture to help your lawn absorb fertilizer
  2. Root growth in the fall means a healthier lawn in the spring
  3. Your grass will grow and build stamina before the cold winter

 Raking your leaves can also help!

You’ve probably heard all the reasons you should rake your leaves:

  • Lawns need to “breathe”
  • The lawn could be smothered by a layer of leaves if left on top for the winter
  • A layer of leaves could be an invitation for pests
  • Mold and brown patches could develop underneath a layer of leaves
  • If leaves are matted down too thick, it could keep new blades from emerging in the spring

These are all true! Blessed with enough sunlight, nutrients, and water and fluctuating temperatures, cool-season grasses like Kentucky bluegrass (common here in Michigan) revitalizes itself in the fall and winter.

Read our full list of fall fertilization tips here.

Have you been putting off late summer lawn care? If that sounds like a lot of work, you’re right! Not every homeowner has the time or patience for fall lawn care. If you fit that category, it’s time to call the pros!

“I started using Ever So Green 3 years ago and my lawn was a hot mess.  Now I have a nice thick green lawn and couldn't be any happier with the transformation! I've talked with the owner several times about tips and tricks to get my lawn looking its best and he's always willing to help. THANK YOU!” 

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Thursday, September 17, 2020

Keep Your Lawn Green During a Drought


Is your lawn looking a little crispy after weeks of 90-degree temperatures and very little rain?

Across Michigan, the lack of significant rainfall has resulted in turfgrass stress, or dry lawns that are turning brown. 

According to the Michigan State University Department of Plant, Soil, and Microbial Sciences, “the vast majority of lawns in Michigan are primarily composed of Kentucky bluegrass.” Typically, this type of lawn doesn’t die unless it lacks water for six to eight weeks in combination with high temperatures. 

1) Don’t worry as much about controlling weeds. Just like the grass, many weeds are slowing down their growth and trying to control them now would be difficult.

2) During hot weather, heat tracks are common, caused from mowers and spreaders. Avoid mowing during the heat of the afternoon to prevent tracks.

How can you keep your lawn looking its best? We’ve got a full list of tips on our website.

Contact us today to find out how we can help your lawn look its best!


Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Keep Your Lawn Healthy Year Round


Maintaining your lawn year round is a great approach that will make a healthier lawn an easier process. Grass will tolerate the heat in the summer more easily if it’s in a healthy state to begin with – throughout the entire year. 

Proper fertilization, watering, mowing, and pest control all help to produce a healthy lawn all year long. If that sounds like a hefty chore, hire the professionals! A great fertilizer company in Livingston County and the surrounding communities will help do the heavy lifting of lawn maintenance so you don’t have to worry. 

Read more helpful tips to keep your lawn looking green and healthy during dry weather on our website!

“Excellent customer service! The owner is very meticulous and will make sure that things are done right. The employees are very knowledgeable and will let you know exactly what your lawn needs without trying to up-sell. They also give you a discount if you pay in advance, which is a bonus. Keep up the good work!”

Contact us today to find out how we can help your lawn look its best!


Fixes for Common Lawn Problems

Are you tired of dealing with the same lawn problems year after year? As you daydream about sunnier weather, there are some lawn care task...