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Frequently Asked Questions

Topic:Protecting your plants

At Jeff's Premier Landscaping, taking care of your plants is an ongoing priority. Whether protecting different varieties in winter or helping them blossom in summer, our management services focus on ensuring that your outdoor environment thrives year in and year out.

Topic:Lawn Care Basics

Caring for your lawn doesn't have to be difficult. In fact, if you understand the basics of proper lawn care, you're off to a good start. Here is some information and tips that may help you get started.


Grass can't grow without water, and that's why giving your lawn the proper amount of water is crucial to its survival. Experts recommend 1 inch of water per week, either through rain or sprinklers. While there is no way to accurately measure the amount, checking your sprinkler's water pressure can give you some indication. If grass is turning a silvery-blue or brown, you'll know it isn't receiving an adequate amount of water.

Here are a Few Other Watering Tips


Like getting a haircut, you want to create the right grass length, or height, when mowing. There are different recommendations based on type of grass, so knowing grass type is important. For example, Zoysia grass should be kept from 3/4 inch to 2 inches, while Kentucky Bluegrass can range from 1.5 to 2.5 inches in height.

For a well-cared for lawn, follow these mowing tips as well:


Fertilizing your lawn is important; not only does it provide nutrients it, but it ensures a healthy future. Between heat, bright sun, getting walked on, and mowing, lawns take quite a beating. And lawns need to have certain levels of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium in order to thrive.

Choose a fertilizer based on grass type. Buying a fertilizer without taking this into account is like purchasing prescription eyeglasses with any random prescription.

Choose the right type of spreader. Fertilizer spreaders vary depending on lawn size. Smaller lawns tend to use a drop spreader while larger lawns use a rotary spreader.

Fertilize 4 to 5 times a year. Early spring, late spring, late summer, early fall and late fall are ideal times. Space two months between fertilization times.


Even well cared for lawns develop weeds from time to time. There are two types of weeds to be on the lookout for: broadleaf (which include dandelions and thistle) and grassy weeds (crabgrass and goose grass). To get rid of weeds, follow these tips:

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