Seeding and Sodding
years Maple Leaf Inc. has provided beautiful green lawns to thousands of customers, from home owners, to commercial sites and athletic fields we strive
to be the best. Our sod is not produced by us, we use a couple local sod farms in our area. The sod raised on these farms comes from a elite blend
of seeds which make the Kentucky Blue grass we install today more disease resistant, drought resistant and more tolerant to heavy traffic. One of the
types of sod we use is grown on dark block soil and the other on peat soil. Our professional landscape staff can help you choose the best fit for your
scenario whether it’s sod or seed we will deliver you a beautiful green lawn.
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Seeding- We use the finest seed available to us. Our professionals will help make the right choice when it comes to picking the right seed product for your particular area. Seed installed by us will be sown into soil by hand raking or machine in some cases. We leave you with a 5 pound bag of seed after we complete seeding your yard. Our reputation for quality and customer service is extremely important to us, so we go the extra mile for you!
Caring For Your Newly Seeded Lawn
WATERING IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PROPERTY OWNER. General Watering Instructions: After grass seed is sown, it should he watered daily for 14-21 days to ensure proper germination. You should water approximately 1/8 inch per day. If you are not able to water your lawn the seed will not germinate, but it could sit for well over a month while awaiting a sufficient amount of rain. (We offer an option to install an automatic watering system in your yard temporarily for an additional charge.) The amount of seed that will actually grow reduces with the amount of time it sits on the ground. After the seed germinates, follow a normal water schedule.