Our Lawn Care Programs are Subscription based programs in terms of billing, this means we spread the annual cost of your Program across 12 equal monthly payments – this way you can budget easier, knowing the same amount will be coming out of your account each month. Since we don’t lock our customers into long-term contracts, if you decide to discontinue service, we’ll balance your account at the time of cancellation based on services rendered.
Tall fescue, Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and fine fescues — such as creeping red, chewings, and hard — are cool-season perennial grasses used for lawns, mostly in the mountain and piedmont regions of North Carolina. Unlike warm-season grasses, cool-season grasses remain green throughout most of the winter. They are better adapted to cooler climates, however with proper care can also survive the warmer climate regions of North Carolina. These grasses perform best in spring and fall and tend to show signs of stress in the summer. This is especially true as you move toward the coastal plain. Cool-season grasses should be seeded in early fall, fair results may be obtained from seeding in early spring (mid-February to late March in the piedmont) late winter or spring
seeding of these grasses is not recommended.
Used only when a temporary turf cover is needed. It is never recommended for
permanent lawn. Annual Ryegrass usually dies out come late spring when temperatures approach
80ºF or higher. Annual ryegrass is a problem weed in tall fescue because it cannot be selectively
removed from the turf once it becomes a problem, since annual ryegrass is an annual, it must be re-
seeded each fall. Annual ryegrass has been used by some homeowners to provide winter color for
bermudagrass lawns. It is never recommended for overseeding other warm-season grasses.
Cool Season Turf Management Program
Slow Release Fertilizer/Weed App 2 (Early Spring)
Preventative Fungicide Application 1 (Spring)
Preventative Fungicide Application 2 (Early Summer)
Preventative Fungicide Application 3 (Mid Summer)
Preventative Fungicide Application 4 (Late Summer)
Fertilizer/Weed App 3 (Early Fall)
Fertilizer/Weed App 4 (Late Fall)