Browse the most popular offers for Lawn Fertilising Professional in Melbourne as rated by your neighborhood community. Handymate - Your local tradie.
Browse the most popular offers for Lawn Fertilising Professional services in Melbourne as rated by your neighborhood community. Handymate - Your local tradie.
Oxygen 2 Clean
Property Plus Maintenance
Fully insured and police checked
Experienced and highly skilled
All-in-one landscaping, gardening and lawn care and maintenance service
Skilled and experienced
All in one lawn care and maintenance
Excellent customer service
Upfront, flat-rate pricing
Mark S. wrote the following review detailing the service he received on the Lawn.com.au website:
"The team's service exceeded my expectations. The lawn and hedges look fantastic – no mess anywhere in the yard. The team were helpful and knowledgeable, giving me advice on how to improve the lawn and new bamboo hedging. We look forward to the next booking."
Efficient, prompt and professional
Honest and reliable
Thorough and detailed work
Here's how two previous clients of Triflora Landscaping & Garden Maintenance described the services they received:
"Needed my courtyard transformed, and the workmanship and punctuality were excellent.
Created a great storage area that fitted in with the new garden and paved area, and the finished result looks fantastic."
"Excellent service would highly recommend, used the services to transform a small garden in bayside."
Fast and efficient
No-fuss, no hassle
Thorough and professional
Reliable and trustworthy
One delighted client of Footscray Mowing said the following about the service he received:
"We hired Col to mow our front lawn and backyard, as well as to prune weed and removing leaves from the premise. He is very efficient and thorough and has a great sense of humour and is a pleasure to talk Recommended!"
While you can fertilise your lawn right before or after you lay your seed, to achieve maximum results and help your lawn thrive, some recommend waiting for six weeks after laying to apply fertiliser. This will ensure your turf gets all the nutrients it needs to grow into a strong and healthy lawn.
Depending on the type of fertiliser you use, it’s best to fertilise your lawn a few hours up to a few days after mowing it, to give the fertiliser a chance to get absorbed into the soil. This way you can make sure all the nutrients get soaked up properly before your next mowing session.
While lawn fertilisers are quite beneficial for the growth and health of our lawn, there is such a thing as over-fertilising your lawn. Applying too much fertiliser can have harmful effects on your turf. It can lead to something called fertiliser burn, where you end up with dead and dried up patches in your lawn. It’s important to always follow the instructions on the bag, so you don’t go too far and make sure you use the proper amount of fertiliser to keep your grass strong and healthy.
While there are no exact rules on how to go about mowing and fertilising your grass, it’s always best to mow the lawn first, mainly because you won’t have the chance to mow it for a few days after applying the fertiliser. Mowing the grass also removes the excess lawn waste and exposes the soil so the fertiliser can work more effectively.