Let's Get Your Lawn On!Find seasonal blog advice and topical blogs all about grass seed, fertilisers and wildflowers.
Great Lawns Made Simple: How to prepare your soil
Part three of our lawn care video series; Great Lawns Made Simple explains how to prepare your soil for the perfect seedbed that will make for a beautiful lawn.
Great Lawns Made Simple: Types of soil
Number two in our series of Great Lawns Made Simple is Types of Soil. View our guide below to learn how to assess the soil in your garden.
STEADFAST: Tackling your Shaded Lawn issues this spring
Has your lawn become thin and patchy under the trees or beside the fence? Or do you struggle to grow any grass in these areas? We've got the mix for you!
Self-Repairing Lawn Grass Seed Mixture, NEW from The Grass People
We have added an extra special seed mixture to our home and garden grass range. Introducing RESTORE: Self-Repair Lawn, the mixture that mends damage all by itself!
Lawn transformations from The Grass People
Quality seed from The Grass People can make such a difference to our lawns, parks and our outdoor areas, as they say - ‘the proof is in the pudding’.
2018 Grass Seed Guide
Want to learn more about what goes into our mixtures, and what makes them so different? Find out in our latest guide!
Why buy from an online grass seed shop?
With almost 200 years’ experience we established The Grass People in 2015 as an online grass seed shop and from then it has gone from strength to strength.
Become a SUPERSTAR at home with our newest grass seed!
We recognise not every homeowner wants the same lawn so we’ve expanded our grass seed mixture rang. Whether you want to make a STATEMENT, or be a SUPERSTAR we have the mixture for you.
How to protect grass seed from birds
So you’ve put in all the hard graft of reseeding or sowing a new lawn only for a flock of birds to come down and help themselves to a feast...
What happens to grass during winter?
During the winter we know the lawn does not need to be mowed quite as often as in the spring and summer months, but why? What happens to grass and our lawns during winter to cause this?