Let's Get Your Lawn On!Find seasonal advice and topical blogs all about grass seed, fertilisers and wildflowers.
What’s that weed?!
Even the most well-cared for lawn can encounter weeds, as birds and other pollinators can drop weed seeds uninvited into your lawn.
Can I sow now?
With the weather and dark evenings on the turn, and daffodils, frogspawn and snowdrops popping up unseasonably early – you could begin to think that spring was here!
When should I start applying fertiliser in the UK?
As snow and frost melts away, it can reveal a rather poor looking lawn that is in need of a good feed!
Platinum Trusted Service Award winners 2021 - Second year running!
We are delighted to announce that we are Platinum Trusted Service Award winners for the second year in the row!
New Year, New Lawn Checklist
2020 saw some rather remarkable lawn transformations take place in what was a challenging year for many. Yet if you are a lawn fawn like many of us here are, then you will already be thinking about your next challenge – your 2021 lawn!
3 tips to wind down your lawn for winter
As the holiday season approaches much of your attention will turn to how your home looks indoors instead of out – aside from perhaps a few festive decorations dotted about!
Can I sow wildflowers in winter?
Spring and autumn are hailed as the best times to sow wildflower seeds and for good reason – but if you have left your sowing a little late you may be wondering if there’s still an opportunity to add your wildflower seeds in now.
Can I sow grass seed in November?
Generally speaking, sowing season in the UK is from April – October. This is when temperatures are most likely to reach the 8-10 degrees and above that is required for germination.
How to help wildlife in your garden this winter
Your lawncare will have wound down for the winter, but your garden may still be receiving frequent visitors – although not of the human kind!
What fertiliser should I use in winter?
As grass growth slows down and temperatures drop, your lawn fertiliser needs will change. Going forward, the aim is to keep your grass as healthy as possible and protect it from winter frosts, snow, and disease.