When it comes to lawn care and landscaping, lawn maintenance and gardening – related activities, such as pest and weed control, fertilization and planting, many people believe that caring for their properties and caring for the environment in the same time are two different things. But it would be wrong to think that, because a lush, thriving landscape can also be an environmental friendly one. It’s all in the strategies owners use and today, lawn care Phoenix experts are here to share tips and strategies on how to minimize our impact upon the environment and still obtain the healthy and magical landscape we all want.

  1. Put your soil to the test

The minute you know the soil composition, chemical makeup and needs, the more effective will get your fertilization and weed control actions. Being aware of the nutrients the soil really needs, the substances it already has and the fertilizers that should be applied will help you make the best decisions in terms of fertilizer use and delivery. Adequate fertilization helps the landscape thrive and the environment be safe, as unnecessary chemicals will be avoided and useful substances will add value to the lawn development.

  1. Plant the most optimal plant species

Some plant species thrive better in the Phoenix climate and you should consider planting them. Also, some plants fit better shady areas of your landscape, while others grow better in the sunny areas. Lawn care service providers advise to plant flowers depending on the landscape’s needs and features, as well as depending on the plants’ ability to stay healthy and thrive in your garden. Also, lawn maintenance specialists recommend owners to plant in layers.

  1. Pay attention to the biomass

A professional lawn service company, providing for Phoenix AZ, Chandler AZ, Mesa AZ, or Scottsdale AZ residents will tell you that biomass can be calculated on the number of plants, animals and insects present in the lawn per square foot and this calculation is essential for an environmental friendly lawn care and landscaping. The reason for this is that the biomass dimension is directly proportional with the amount of oxygen released in your lawn. This means that if you keep a balanced biomass on your property, you will have a thriving and healthy micro eco system that plays an essential role in the durability and sustainability of the property and the environment.

  1. Use the water wisely

Water is an important resource which should not be wasted. Knowing how much water is necessary for your thriving lawn, using plants that live on less water or using the best watering practices (like watering in the morning or early in the evening to allow the soil to retain moisture better), they are all wise practices that will save water and your budget, not to mention that they will be truly beneficial for the environment.

We at Greenservpro make it our mission to provide you with the best lawn care possible. We hope you found these tips useful and that you’ll give us a call whenever you need help with your lawn!