Lawn Programs in Middle TN

No matter your lawn’s ailment, we have the answer.

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Weed Control

One of the greatest struggles of lawn maintenance is weeds. They grow everywhere they are unwanted and seem to be impossible to get rid of. Besides the fact that they aren’t pleasant, weeds also steal nutrients from your lawn. With our Lawn Care programs, we take back control of your yard so all you have to do is enjoy it.

There are two main categories of weeds that we see pop up in people’s lawns: broadleaf weeds and grassy weeds. Broadleaf weeds are typically mistaken for pretty plants as they often flower such as dandelions; grassy weeds are typically crabgrass or other grass-like growth that thrives under the same conditions as normal grass, making it difficult to get rid of while trying to grow your lawn at the same time.

Common Weeds We Treat:

  • Dandelions
  • Crabgrass, Goosegrass, and Dallisgrass
  • Clover
  • Spurge
  • NutSedge
  • Thistle
  • Chickweed
  • Plantain

If you’re ready to get back your family’s yard, we can help.

Once we identify the specifics of your problem, we’ll be able to put together a solution to get rid of your weeds and keep them from coming back again.


In order for your lawn to be healthy, full, and green, it needs more than just regular mowing and watering. It needs proper fertilization treatments to grow and thrive. Treating your yard with fertilizer is not as easy as sprinkling some across your lawn. It requires professional application to get the best results. If the fertilizer is applied unevenly, your lawn’s growth will also look uneven and sloppy. It’s also possible to add too much fertilizer to your lawn. Too much can cause a thatch buildup that can potentially hide harmful organisms, pests, and insects, as well as cause harm to the environment.

Benefits of Fertilization:

  • Reduces chance of weed growth
  • Protects your yard
  • Promotes healthy growth
  • Keeps your flowers blooming

As lawn care experts, we will use high-end blends along with a customized fertilization plan for your lawn so that it will look healthy and lush.

We also use a slow release fertilizer which will release the proper amount of nutrients to your lawn over time and consistently feed it a supply of nitrogen for health and boosted immunity against diseases and fungus growth.

Tree and Shrub Treatment

Our goal for your trees and shrubs is to keep them healthy and growing throughout the year. We’ll also help them to resist diseases and insects as plantlife can die easily and quickly from missing out on just one nutrient.

When you trust your trees and shrubs to our expert team, you’ll never have to worry about their health or growth. We’ll take care of any existing issues as well as prevent future ones from returning.

When we treat your trees and shrubs, we will:

  • Inspect their overall health
  • Address any environmental concerns
  • Treat them for diseases each visit
  • Treat them for pests throughout the year
  • Apply fertilizer and micronutrients
  • Advise on watering amounts for optimal health
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Grass Disease Control

Since diseases can infect your grass when it is weakened, the best way to prevent them from taking over your lawn is to feed it regularly with nutrients. Also, make sure that you aren’t overwatering your lawn to the extent that the blades of grass are wet more than dry as these are perfect conditions for diseases to develop and grow. And lastly, mow your lawn regularly and at the right height so that your grass stays strong and healthy to resist disease.

Signs of Grass Disease:

  • Discoloration on grass blades
  • Dark lesions in grass blades
  • Circle of mushrooms in an area of grass
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Keep Your Lawn Healthy, Season After Season

If your lawn is experiencing any of the problems listed above, contact us today so our experts can get started on a solution.

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