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Lawn Care Services

Lawn care services Dubai Having a green lawn is a mark of pride for many homeowners. A beautiful, lush, and natural-looking lawn becomes a big part of how they come to define "home".

Royal Green provide exceptional services in setting up new lawn and its care and maintenance to residential and commercial properties in UAE. Whether its an office, apartment, villa, private home or residential areas we can make it beautiful with lawns, garden and landscaping ideas.

We offers quality lawn care, gardening and landscaping services for all types of properties, including Retail Malls, Shopping Centers, Apartment Complexes, Homeowners, Associations, Construction Sites...

Royal Green unique in this industry will honor if we could ever serve you. We will be there for any queries and services regarding setting up new lawn, garden and landscaping in UAE.

To Plant New Grass in Lawn

  • Loosen-up the soil
  • Spread the grass seed evenly over the tilled area. You can do it by hand or use a seed spreader for larger areas
  • Cover the seed with a light layer of soil. There are treated soils available that provide balanced nutrients encouraging the growth of new grasses
  • Water properly. Keep the soil around the seed moist until the new grass grows as tall as the grass around it. If you overwater the grass, the seed will drown. If you don’t water it enough, the newly sprouted grass will dry up and die

Lawn Care

Every project requires a good foundation. The foundation for a good lawn is the soil in which it grows. If you have soil issues, you will have lawn issues. By knowing the soil we must know what our soil has and what we need to add to it. A natural lawn gets most of its water and nutrients from the soil it's growing in, so the quality of your soil determines the quality of your lawn. Steep slopes, deep shade, rocky areas and walking paths are simply not good places for growing and maintaining a lawn. Consider planting these difficult areas with perennials, ground covers, spreading evergreens, low-growing shrubs or wildflowers.

The type of grass you have in your yard depends on your location. Make sure you select a grass that thrives in your geographic area. Most grasses require at least four hours of sunlight every day. If you have an area that doesn’t receive that much sun, try to find the grass that works well in the shade. Some varieties of grass are more tolerant of foot traffic than others. If your lawn sees a lot of traffic, choose grass that doesn't mind some abuse.

Fertilizing a Lawn

Fertilizer provides your lawn with the nutrients it needs to grow thick and green. Grass has a reputation of being a "heavy feeder," requiring lots of fertilizer. But that's true only of lawns that contain little organic matter, worms or other soil life. Chemical fertilizers may feed the grass, but they can also have a negative impact on soil life and soil texture, and do nothing to increase organic matter. Chemicals fertilizers can also over stimulate growth, making turf more vulnerable to disease and insects. Organic fertilizers release nutrients slowly over time to provide long-term nutrition, improve soil tilth, and encourage soil life. They also provide vital trace nutrients that your lawn needs in minute quantities. Leaving grass clippings where they fall also adds free nutrients and organic matter to the soil. If the clippings are too thick and wet, they should be raked up and composted for later application to the soil.

Mowing a Lawn

A lawn has to be mowed to keep it looking good. But improper mowing techniques can harm your lawn. The more leafy material that's removed, the more the grass will be stimulated to replace it by using food reserves stored in the root system. Cutting off too much of the grass blade at one time can destroys the food reserves faster than they can be replenished, resulting in a weak root system that's more susceptible to disease. Also cutting the grass too short prevents the root system from penetrating deep into the soil and the grass can be permanently damaged.

Don't mow your lawn when it's extremely hot or when the grass is dormant. And try to keep your mower blade sharp. A dull blade injures your lawn by tearing rather than slicing the blades of grass. It can also pull out tender new growth. The grass will just grow more quickly and will demand even more maintenance and watering. Avoid mowing when the grass is wet, and check that the mower blade is sharp before mowing.

Things to remember while mowing:

1) Mow frequently
2) Keep clippings short
3) Leave clippings on the ground
4) Use a well sharpened blade
5) Do not cut grass short
6) Alternate mowing directions each mowing

Watering a Lawn

The amount of water a lawn requires depends upon many factors, including weather conditions, grass variety and soil type. Sandy soils drain quickly while clay soils retain moisture longer.

Water your lawn deeply and consistently or not at all. Shallow watering promotes shallow rooting and weak growth. After watering, insert a spade into the lawn and tilt it forward to see how far the moisture has spread. If you are not getting adequate moisture into the soil, and you are not able to devote time and water to the lawn, do not water at all. The grass will stop growing and will begin again when the weather cools and/or the rains return. It's important to decide at the beginning of the summer whether you'll water your lawn or not. To vacillate between watering and not watering stresses the lawn.

Grasses tend to become stronger when they are subject to a certain amount of stress. You can take advantage of grass's ability to adapt by watering less frequently. Less water will make the grass roots reach more deeply into the soil. You can try allowing the lawn to go a few days without watering and then check the root depth. . Deeper roots will ensure strong and healthy grass.

Early morning is the best time to water your lawn because the water has a chance to reach the roots without evaporating. Watering during the hottest part of the day leads to water evaporation. Nighttime watering is not recommended because it can lead to lawn diseases. The lawn should be watered evenly without either soaking or neglecting certain spots. If your lawn is sloped, some of the water might run off. The lawn might need several watering to ensure adequate penetration. During drought conditions, make a firm decision about whether to water the lawn or to let it go dormant. It is not a good idea to change your mind and swing between watering and letting it go dormant. New sod should not be watered too frequently as the roots need time to grip the soil.


Aeration is the practice by which hollow tines extract cores from your turf of soil and thatch with minimal tearing of the surface.


1) Stimulated root and shoot growth
2) Reduces thatch
3) Soil layering is disrupted
4) Optimum water penetration
5) Improved fertilizer response
6) Better drying of wet soils
7) Increased gas exchange between soil and air

Controlling Weeds

Healthy soil and proper lawn maintenance will go a long way toward controlling weeds. In fact, weeds are often indicators of infertile soil or stressed turf. Here are some common signs of a troubled lawn:

  • Moss indicates a shady, acid and infertile soil
  • Nutsedge indicates that the soil is too wet and poorly drained
  • Crabgrass indicates that the turf is not dense and healthy and that you may be mowing too low to shade it out new weed seeds that are trying to germinate
  • Dandelions may indicate a potassium deficiency

The two most common perennial grasses are quack grass and tall or coarse fescue.

You can identify quack grass by its bluish-green blades, which may be up to a half-inch wide, and its spreading growth habit. This perennial grass has fast-growing underground stems, called rhizomes, which allow it to cover a large area in a short time. Quack grass prefers thin, dry lawns and will out-compete desirable turf grasses under droughty conditions.

Obvious weeds can be hand-pulled. The area should then be reseeded. If 50 percent or more of your lawn is weeds, it may be best to start over. Immediately reseed the area and water lightly every day until the grass seed germinates and the roots get well established.

We offers a variety of Garden Maintenance programs for your home or commercial property.

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