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Give the fathers in your life a precious gift... more time!
With a slow-growing Pearl's Premium organic lawn, Dad will be mowing a lot less. That means more time to be a Dad.With our ultra low maintenance grass seed, save hundreds of dollars in lawn watering, fertilizing and mowing each season: Slow growing - mow only once a month Seldom or never water...
Scorching Summer Sun... Good for Solar... Bad for Lawn!
Record early summer heat and drought have left a lot of lawns scorched. Pearl's Premium sustainable lawn seed provides an eco-friendly solution. With roots up to 12" deep and very slow growth, Pearl's Premium is extremely drought tolerant, requires less mowing, thrives without harmful chemicals...
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Our Story
My mother, Pearl, sparked my life-long commitment to protect our Planet Earth. Among all of Earth’s natural beauties, water has always enchanted me the most. Betsy and I live with our daughter, Pearl, on a beautiful pond. Looking out our living room window, I witnessed the environmental damage...
Installation over an Existing Lawn
Pearl's Premium will out-compete an existing lawn if installed and maintained properly. For best result, please follow the instructions carefully, check out our Frequently-Asked Questions or contact us. Simplified Instructions for Over-seeding Unhealthy Existing Lawns: Cut lawn extremely short (...
Getting Started
Search the Site Type key words in the search box and click Go to find relevant information on pearlspremium.comInstallation Instructions For a successful Pearl's Premium lawn installation, please read and follow closely the instructions for:Planting a new lawnOver-...
Jackson Madnick's Biography
Jackson Madnick, Founder Pearl's Premium Jackson Madnick is a longtime environmentalist and water resources and sustainability expert. Jackson is the former Chairperson of the Wayland (MA) Surface Water Quality Committee, present director Congress of Lakes and Pond Association (...
The Case for Change
An organic organic approach to lawn care is over-due for so many reasons:Lawns are depleting our groundwater supplies:  Some estimates indicate that lawn care uses 50% of our county’s potable water. Lawn irrigation, particularly in-ground watering systems, increase summer water use to levels...