Know Your Lawn

Knowing lawn care basics is the core to a green lawn. Weston experts can adapt to your lawn’s needs by knowing the treatments it needs and the best time to apply them.

What’s Your Grass Type

We treat the following grass types.

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Fine, smooth grass

Absorbs lots of water

Thrives in full-sun

Improves with core aeration

Kentucky Bluegrass

Fine, medium textured grass

Thrives in full-sun

Tolerates light shade

Improves with core aeration


Coarse grass

Drought and shade tolerant

Very low-maintenance

Improves with core aeration and overseeding


Common Weeds Found in Lawns

We treat hundreds of weeds – these are the most common ones we tackle.

Broadleaf perennial herb

Has long taproot (up to 15 ft) making it hard to kill

Bloom time: May to June


Annual grass

Absorbs lots of nutrients and moisture, taking away from your lawn

Bloom time: May to August


Broadleaf perennial

Quickly creeps through a sparse lawn

Bloom time: April to June

White Clover

Broadleaf perennial

Thrives in shade and grows in clumps

Resistant to most herbicides

Bloom time: April to August

Wild Violets

Broadleaf perennial

Seeds and spreads quickly, thriving in high-traffic areas

Bloom time: April to September

Broadleaf Plantain

Understand Our Services

We perform the following services.

Best-in-class organic fertilizers

Keeps your lawn vibrant, lush, and healthy

Combats current weeds at the root

Keeps new weeds from germinating

Fertilizing & Weed Control

Mechanical process that extracts cores of soil, grass, and thatch

Allows for increased nutrients, water absorption, soil-air exchange, and less compaction

Overseeding is when additional grass seed is spread over aeration area

Core Aeration & Overseeding

Preventing or resolving beetle larvae (grub) damage to your grass’ root systems

Grub Control

Treating all vegetation in your landscape to control mosquitos for 3-4 weeks

Mosquito Program

Common Misconceptions of Lawncare

Debunking urban legends so you can have the greenest lawn.

While this age-old process can be helpful, it is a waste of time and effort if pulled improperly.

Misconception 1:
Hand-pulling is the best way to stop weeds.

The morning is the best time to water since it allows for water absorption before the hot sun evaporates it off.

Misconception 2:
It doesn’t matter what time you water your grass.

Lawns with common grass (Kentucky Blue, Tall Fescue, Perennial Rye) should have fertilizer spread out over 5-7 treatments.

Misconception 3:
You only need to fertilize once or twice a year to have a healthy lawn.

The several varieties of grass meant for cold-season geographies include Kentucky Blue, Tall Fescue, and Perennial Rye. These grass types provide ideal varieties for yearlong lawn care.

Misconception 4:
You only need one type of grass.

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