Browse through our seasonal grass seed tips and topical advice to help you get the very best from your grass!
Frequently asked grass seed questions
If you are at a dead end when it comes to finding the answers to your grass problems, we have got you covered. We have compiled a list of our most frequently asked grass questions and put them together to help you solve any grass mysteries you may have.
Fun facts about grass!
Grass is an essential part of our ecosystems, and is essential for life as we know it. But, there are some fun facts about grass you probably don't know!
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.
The best shade mix for lawns
Most lawns will experience shade at various times throughout the day, but if this is a consistent issue you may find that your grass struggles to grow in these spots and it will ruin the look of your otherwise pristine lawn.
How snow in April affects your lawn
April is well known for its little showers, but snow? Well that’s an entirely different story!
How to revive your lawn after winter
Winter can be a difficult time for your lawn, it may need extra attention after a long cold and wet winter. Follow these tips to wake your lawn for coming into spring.
Can I sow grass seed 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!
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!
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!