Are you ready to enjoy the benefits of a lush, green lawn while also prioritizing the safety of your loved ones and the health of the environment? Look no further than Camelot Tree & Shrub Co.’s Organic Lawn Program. With over 35 years of experience and a commitment to sustainable practices, we’re here to help you achieve a lawn you can be proud of.

Why Choose Organic?

At Camelot, we believe in taking care of your lawn the right way. Our Organic Lawn Care Program sets us apart from the competition because it’s better—for your family, your pets, and the planet. By eliminating synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, we create a safer environment for children and pets while also reducing the harmful effects of pollution on our ecosystem.

“Feed the Soil that Feeds Your Lawn”

Our approach to organic lawn care is simple: nourish the soil, and the rest will follow. We use organic soil amendments to improve soil biology and increase the population of healthy microorganisms. This results in a reduction of thatch buildup, better water holding capacity, and an increase in turf density and color. By focusing on soil health, we establish a thick and healthy turf that is resistant to drought, insects, and disease.

The Benefits of Organic Lawn Care

  • Safety: Protect your children and pets from exposure to harmful chemicals.
  • Longevity: Build a healthy, resilient lawn that stands the test of time.
  • Beauty: Enjoy a lush, green lawn that enhances the beauty of your property.
  • Sustainability: Make a positive impact on the environment by reducing pollution and promoting soil health.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Over time, organic lawns are less expensive to maintain than synthetic fertilizer programs.
  • Home Value: Increase the value of your home with a well-maintained organic lawn.

Get Started Today

Ready to reap the rewards of a beautiful, lush lawn? Contact Camelot Tree & Shrub Co. today to learn more about our Organic Lawn Program and schedule a consultation with one of our experts. Together, let’s make your lawn the envy of the neighborhood—one that you can feel good about.