At Greensleeves we are your local lawn care experts, devoted to keeping lawns everywhere beautiful and healthy.

This is why we’ve built this FAQ’s page, to answer the questions that we often get asked and give you some useful bits of advice. Lawn care can be complicated, but we are here to help you on your journey to achieving your perfect lawn.

If you don’t find the answer to your questions below, then please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly team – we will be more than happy to assist you in any way we can.

We work in partnership with our customers to keep their lawns healthy, which is why we ask you to continue watering and mowing your lawn in between our treatments and visits. In spring you should begin mowing and watering more regularly as your lawn’s growth rate increases, raking away any debris to allow thick and verdant new growth.

We recommend that all lawns have our spring lawn treatment once a year. It works alongside regular lawn care, such as mowing and watering, to improve the overall growth and colour of your lawn.

Yes, all of our treatments are safe for children and pets. We may advise leaving a short period of time before allowing grazing animals access to the garden, but our experts will advise you on everything you need to know.

Our seasonal spring treatment will give your lawn the TLC it needs to recover from winter and prepare for summer. The treatment involves effective moss control and applying specially-formulated fertiliser to give your lawn everything it needs for a successful year ahead.

Got any questions that haven’t been answered?

You can contact us via the form on our contact page or by giving us a call. We are here to help your lawn reach its healthiest, happiest state.

You can also find out more about common lawn problems on our lawn surgery page.

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