Aeration – Reduces compaction in your lawn and allows necessary air to the roots of the grass. A well aerated lawn promotes good grass growth and is less susceptible to moss growth. BOOK NOW to have your lawn aerated in February or March and help your lawn breathe!Read More
Autumn Lawn Treatment (September – November). Granular fertiliser designed to aide root growth and increase tolerance of cold temperatures. This helps to ensure that the grass remains strong and healthy throughout the winter. We spot treat any weeds that may be left. We also add free soil conditioner and root booster to additionally raise the health of the lawn. Whenever we visit, we check your lawn for pests and diseases. Should we discover any pests or diseases, we will advise if any remedial work is required. It is also a good time to have a scarification to remove moss and thatch. In November, an aeration can be carried out to reduce compaction. As a result, this helps the lawn to breathe. Contact us now to book your Autumn Lawn Treatment. EJH Horticulture aim to provide full customer satisfaction. Therefore we guarantee all our treatments. All our products are of the highest quality available because we believe that you deserve the best. At EJH Horticulture, we include free soil conditioner and root booster with all of our seasonal treatments. This helps ensure that you get the highest quality results. At EJH Horticulture, we love to see the whole garden looking great, not just the lawn. We are happy to give advice where we can. For anything garden related we recommend consulting the Royal Horticultural Society. https://www.rhs.org.uk/ If you are not automatically redirected in 5 seconds, please click...Read More
Please mention The Injured Jockeys Fund, Dogs Trust or Prostate Cancer UK when booking any treatment or procedure with us and up until 30th November 2020, we will donate 10% of the price to The Injured Jockeys Fund, Dogs Trust or Prostate Cancer UK.
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