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Jason Cox established the Brighton branch of GreenThumb in the spring of 2008. Today, he keeps hundreds of lawns looking healthy and weed free in an area from Portslade to Rottingdean and Saltdean, taking in Brighton and Hove. His territory also stretches as far north as Hassocks and Ditchling across to Woodingdean. If you live in this area and your lawn is looking tired or covered in weeds or maybe affected by bugs or moss, contact Jason for a free quote.
During the growing season – from March to October - each customer’s lawn receives four pre-arranged treatments from GreenThumb’s experts, for less than it would cost to buy the materials at a D.I.Y store and do the job yourself. As well as keeping lawns in tip-top condition, GreenThumb are also experts at tackling problems like moss, which affects lawns on the heavy clay in the Hassocks and Ditchling area.
Although the lawns in Brighton sit on light chalk soil and tend to drain well, a number of homes suffer the problem of moss on their grass because their gardens are shaded from sunlight by trees and Victorian buildings. Whatever the cause of your moss problem, GreenThumb’s technicians can tackle it and, along with regular feed and weed treatments, can restore your lawn to its pristine condition.
Lawns in the Rottingdean and Saltdean sit on sandy soil and can be prone to bug infestations, like Leatherjackets – the larvae of crane flies - and chafer grubs, the larvae of flying beetles. Both these bugs can destroy lawns and lawns with bug infestations are prone to being dug up by badgers and birds, in search of the grubs.