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Find seasonal blog advice and topical blogs all about grass seed, fertilisers and wildflowers.

  1. Paddock grass seed

    Paddock grass seed

    Paddock grass seed is different from domestic grass seed because it is designed with horses and ponies in mind, meaning it is made up of different seeds to keep them happy! To help you understand the best paddock grass seed to buy, we have put together 5 tips to help make your life easier!

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  2. When to plant grass seed

    When to plant grass seed

    You want to plant grass seed when the soil is moist and warm and while the temperatures are not so hot that they affect the growth of your lawn, meaning the best time to plant grass seed is in spring and early autumn.

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  3. 5 Tips on how to make grass grow

    5 Tips on how to make grass grow

    Everyone knows that grass requires three things to grow - light, heat and water. But what happens when you have all these three things, and your grass still isn’t growing? Well, we have 5 tips on how to get it right the first time – before, during and after sowing.

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  4. The UK's Most Searched for Garden Weed Problems

    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.

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  5. How to plant grass seed in bare spots

    How to plant grass seed in bare spots

    Planting grass seed on bare spots of your lawn is a simple task and can be completed quickly. So, if you are frustrated with how your lawn looks and want to fix the patches, you can!

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  6. How long does it take grass seed to germinate in the UK?

    How long does it take grass seed to germinate in the UK?

    It usually takes anywhere between 5 - 15 days in the UK before you see the new baby grass coming through as your grass seeds germinate, depending on the season. So, there is no need to panic if you have not got a fully covered lawn the day after you sow your seeds.

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  7. When should I fertilise my lawn?

    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.

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  8. Roof garden capitals in the UK

    Roof garden capitals in the UK

    It’s no secret that Brits love a rooftop bar. As soon as the weather starts to warm up, people flock to the roofs to soak up the views and atmosphere. But rooftop terraces aren’t just limited to bars and pubs.

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  9. Will grass seed grow if I just throw it on the ground

    Will grass seed grow if I just throw it on the ground

    The short answer – is yes. Grass seed can grow if you just throw it on the ground, but the success of the germination will be much different compared to when you do the right preparation and sowing technique.

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  10. How to reseed a patchy lawn

    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!

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