Adding fertiliser to your lawn maintenance routine can greatly improve its overall health - find out how and when to apply it for best results.
Should I fertilise my lawn in Autumn / Winter?
Fertilising your grass lawn in autumn or winter will improve the grass’ health and appearance. It will ensure your lawn is fed the correct nutrients it needs to stay healthy.
The UK's Most Searched for Garden Weed Problems
Removing weeds can be a laborious task. Once you feel like you’ve got on top of them, these unwanted garden pests seem to crop up again and again, usually in the most challenging locations to remove them from.
When should I fertilise my lawn?
The short answer – normally twice a year, but timing is key! Whether it is spring, summer, or autumn, your lawns will be eager for food, and while lawns come in different shapes and sizes, they love being fed a diet of high-quality, premium fertiliser.
How to reseed a patchy lawn
Any well-loved lawn will fall victim to a patches or bare spots over time. Even with the most carefully curated lawncare regime, you may still suffer from damaged areas. Luckily, they are easy to fix, and it shouldn’t be too long before your lawn is back to its usual self – patch-free and thriving!
Top tips for maintaining a lawn with pets
Our beloved canine companions might fool us with their puppy eyes, but they’re not fooling around when it comes to the damage they can inflict on our grasses. Especially if they are young and active!
Best practice lawn guide for people with kids
Our grass puts up with quite a lot of stress during the year, especially from kids when the spring and summer months roll around. So, it’s no surprise that you will occasionally see a few thin spots, some brown grass or areas that just need a bit of care and attention.
It's Spring - Here's our Spring Grass Seed UK Essential Guides
Spring has officially sprung! Daffodils are in bloom, the evenings are longer and temperatures are on the up – in most parts of the UK!
How to care for your lawn in a heatwave
In the UK, we’re more than used to a bit of rain – but one thing we’re not so familiar with is a heatwave! As temperatures soar above 20 degrees, your lawn may start to look a little worse for wear as it struggles with the unusually good weather – causing yellowing and dryness.
How snow in April affects your lawn
April is well known for its little showers, but snow? Well that’s an entirely different story!
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.