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Sunday Lawn Care – Countless Curls
08 May 2019

Sunday Lawn Care

Happy Wednesday! I am so glad we are half way through the week! I shared on my stories about Sunday lawn care this past weekend when Mathew and I were putting it out but I wanted to write up a blog post for y’all with all of the details and information about it!

Basically, it’s a subscription lawn care service where they send you products straight to your door at the time when you need to put it on your lawn. This provides nutrients for your lawn during the right season to keep it thriving and growing! I was not going to budge when it came to this topic… I did not want to use toxic chemicals on my lawn.

The typical fertilizers that are on the market have toxic chemicals and things that you really should be cautious about using on your lawn. They can be very harmful. Sunday uses natural ingredients like seaweed, molasses, iron, and food waste to create their blend of non-toxic nutrients. This makes it safe for everyone, including your pets.

When you go to sign up, you type in your address and they pull up your house on google maps. This is so cool! They can see the size and condition of your current lawn. They send you a soil test in your first shipment as well so that they can better understand the state of your lawn and alter any future shipments as needed.

I am so excited to see the results from using this all organic and non-toxic fertilizer and knowing my baby will be safe from chemicals once he starts moving around!

Go to Getsunday.com and use code Countlesscurls15 for $15 dollars off your orders

I will be updating y’all with progress in the future! Let me know if you have any questions about it!

Lindsey

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