Adding fertiliser to your lawn maintenance routine can greatly improve its overall - find out how and when to apply it for best results.
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.
Autumn sowing guide
As our nights begin to grow darker you may start to think that sowing season has ended. However, where temperatures are still 8-10 degrees and above – autumn presents an excellent opportunity for grass seed sowing.
What fertiliser should I use in autumn?
Fertilising your lawn in autumn is a great way to keep it in good condition going into the colder months when it will be more susceptible to winter-borne disease and impact from frost.
Sowing grass seed in September
Every year we get asked the same question ‘Can I sow grass seed in September?’ And every year we have the same answer – yes!
End of summer repair guide
With the trampoline in retirement as kids go back to school and the outdoor furniture sadly returning to the shed, it is time to turn your attention to repairing all the summer fun that has been had.
How to use fertiliser effectively
So, you’ve decided to purchase a fertiliser because you have heard it’s good for your grass – correct! However, it’s important to take a few things into consideration before applying it so you get the very best results out of your product.
Can I still sow grass seed in August?
We have all had quite the summer, so it is no surprise certain chores have been put on the back burner until now – such as sorting the garden out!
Midsummer management for your lawn
Whilst we are sadly approaching the latter stage of our summer, that doesn’t mean all the work is done yet! Yes, there are plenty of things that can still be done to your lawn to keep it looking great for the remainder of the summer, and no, it isn’t too late to start from scratch.
How to create a nature-friendly lawn in lockdown
Lockdown in the UK has restricted a lot of our travel to not much further than our own gardens and some of us may be looking for ways to make our own green neck of the neighbourhood that much more enjoyable.
What’s wrong with my lawn?
With many of us being out and about in the garden a lot more than usual due to lockdown, any issues with the current appearance of your lawn will most likely stick out like a sore thumb - prompting the question: 'What's wrong with my lawn?'