To seed or to sod, that is the question. Is better to watch the grass grow, or put it in place and help it along? There are advantages to both when it comes to seeding or sodding commercial landscaping and you’ll want to consider each option carefully before deciding.
Sodding creates an instant lawn and does not require months or even weeks to grow into place. This can help reduce erosion considerably. As long as you fertilize it properly and watch for sod shrinkage, it’s an effective option for covering bare landscapes.
Seeding a lawn, on the other hand, takes time for the grass to grow and establish itself. It is far less costly than laying sod and much quicker to lay down. When seeding, you simply must choose a high quality seed and maintain the soil and covering as the grass grows. Doing so will ensure the long-term health of your lawn and integration into the area ecology.
The team at Hermes Landscaping is warmed up and ready to help you with your commercial landscaping projects this summer. We invite you to contact us to learn more about our services and how we can make your landscaping the most magnificent in town.