April, June, and October are the Months for Organic Fertilizer

It’s almost time for the sexiest thing that can happen to your lawn: fertilizing! “Sexy?! Has that kid been sniffing compost fumes too long?”

Yes, but that’s not why fertilizing is sexy. To a biologist, fertilization is synonymous with conception and triggers, even in the purest of minds, thoughts like gametes and ovum and procreation. If you can think of anything related to lawn care and landscaping that is racier than that, then I say your filthy mind is in the gutter.

The organic fertilizers we spread lightly throughout your lawn are slow-release, so they gradually introduce nutrients into the soil over time. The lawn slowly absorbs the nutrients, making roots stronger, blades greener, and the turf healthier. The nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium in the organic fertilizer are formulated and balanced specifically for Central Texas soils. And with no synthetic harmful chemicals, you don’t have to worry about kids or pets getting sick, or about polluting Austin’s threatened water resources.

The cost to spread the love over an average lawn is about $50. For those with a larger than average space, the fee will be slightly higher.

Please let me know if you are interested as soon as possible. For most people, the next breeding season will be early summer, followed by late fall. Thanks for being organic! Thanks for your business! Thanks for ensuring life for the next generation!