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Creating a lusher, thicker, greener lawn together

From tailored seasonal feeds with weed control, to sophisticated machine work and water conservers, we can breathe the life back into your lawn.

Lawn Makeover

Lawn Care

NutraGreen Treatments

NutraGreen Spring Ready

Our unique Spring Ready fertiliser has been developed to be applied to your lawn from early January and will lay dormant waiting for the right weather conditions before springing to life, protecting, and conditioning your lawn for up to 10 weeks.

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NutraGreen Summer Ready

Our Summer Ready treatment is applied from April to June and will continue to nourish your grass using a controlled release fertiliser, maintaining healthy growth and colour leading up to the warm Summer months. You’ll also receive Oasis at the same time, featuring our new seaweed extract to instantly improve the colour and quality of your grass.

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NutraGreen Summer Long

Applied from July to September, this slow-release treatment incorporates ‘No Scorch’ Technology, which allows your lawn to be treated whatever the weather. This feed nourishes your lawn and encourages a thick sward with a rich green colour.

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NutraGreen Autumn Long

Effective from October through to December, this treatment contains a micro-nutrient feed and a moss control element, designed to support your lawn over the Winter period. It will continue to give the lawn a long-lasting green colour and help to toughen the grass plant for the conditions to come.

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Bespoke Treatments

Testimonals

“My lawns are looking absolutely gorgeous since I started Greenthumb treatments less than a year ago. I am delighted with my lush green lawns, thankyou!”

Mrs G Honiton, 05.09.2019

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“GreenThumb have achieved results with just two treatments, something I have tried to achieve over the last 40 years! Magic, thank you!”

Mr C Wanborough, 05.03.2019

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Help & Advice

Lawn Problems

Why Lawn Treatments?

Frequently Asked Questions

Target Spraying

Lawn Care Advice for Dry Weather

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