Lawn Fertilization Service


Anderson’ Lawn Fertilization is now LAWN AND BBQ.

Providing an organic hybrid fertilization program specifically
for residential lawns with St. Augustine and Zoysia grasses.

Our seasonal treatments consists of high quality fertilizers and other lawn care products specifically design for Southeast Texas. This means superior results for our customers and healthy, plush lawns all season. Call Today! 832-428-0913

Here's why lawn fertilization is important

Fertilizer replaces and replenishes the essentials your lawn needs for a great look. Your lawn needs nutrients to thrive and survive. For soil to be as rich as possible, it needs 3 key elements:

  1. Phosphorous

  2. Nitrate

  3. Potassium

Think of this as the trinity for your lawn. If you don’t have even one of these, your lawn will look shriveled and brown. Compost application, as well as bug, weed, disease, and fungus control treatments, act as vaccinations to keep your lawn thieving and healthy all year round.

Seasonal Service Plan

Spring Green Up: Starting at $229.99

March to May
- Lawn fertilizer
- Compost Top Soil
- Fire Ant & Insect Control
- Weed Control & Prevention

Summer Refresher: Starting at $159.99

June to Early August
- Fire Ant & Insect Control
- Summer fertilization

Fall Disease Prevention: Starting at $99.99

September to October
- Lawn Disease and Fungus Treatment
- Weed Control & Prevention

Winter Cool Down: Starting at $209.99

November to Early December
- Fire Ant and Insect Control
- Weed Control & Prevention
- Fall feeding/winterizer

*Price includes front and back yard.
Final price depends on size and condition of lawn.
10% off for military

Additional Services:

  • DIY Consultation - $150.00
    (Service area only)

  • Soil Activator - Starting at $45.99

  • Aeration - Starting at $59.99

  • Disease and Fungus Treatment -
    Starting at $59.99

DIY Lawn Consultation:

My consulting service is for true do-it-yourselfers who want to take care of their
own lawn, but need advice on what stays and what goes, what’s working and not working, and how to fix situations on their own with some education. It is not a landscape design or mowing service – just assistance with diagnostics and marching orders for when you simply don’t know where to start.

Becoming a DIY lawn guy or gal doesn't mean being obsessed with grass and lawncare, it can if you want it to! The primary goal is arming you with both general and advanced knowledge so that you can have one of the best lawns in the neighborhood, year after year, without complicated steps and without repeatedly relying on contracted lawncare service providers. In fact, I'm confident that over time you'll gain the skills and confidence to OUTPERFORM the hired service providers that your neighbors use.

Service Area

  • Anderson Lake

  • Bayou Oaks

  • Brunswick Meadows

  • Brunswick Lakes

  • City Oaks

  • Corinthian Point

  • Summerlyn

  • HWY 521 & West Pearland

  • Fresno

  • Missouri City

Call To Get A Quote 832-428-0913


The following are some frequently ask questions:

Why is treating the soil important?
A healthy lawn starts with the quality of your soil. Since the soil is your landscape’s
foundation, your lawn’s success is dependent on the quality and fertility of the soil. The soil’s organic content, water retention, and amount of nutrients available are all dependent on the quality and structure of the soil.

Why should I use compost top dressing?
Studies have shown that even poor soils show an amazing improvement by the simple addition of quality organic compost. Adding organic content through an application of compost or high-quality organic fertilizer are positive steps in the right direction to improving your soil's foundation and moving towards a healthy lawn and landscape.

How can I achieve the best results?
To achieve the best results from your lawn involves all organic materials with no chemicals involved. We’ll use minerals, organic fertilizer, Humates, and microbial ingredients to convert lawns treated with chemicals to an organic environment. Lawns that are full of beneficial microbes are more likely to ward off disease, grow thicker, and look more healthy.

When and how often should I water my yard?
Irrigation specialists, horticultural experts and even meteorologists all agree that early morning is the best time to water your lawn. Especially August thru October. Watering in the day time prevents fungal diseases like brown patch in the autumn months.

Water deeply and less often. That allows roots to naturally grow deeper into the soil. Light, frequent irrigation results in shallow roots, which are more exposed to high summer heat and susceptible to fungal diseases in September.


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