Let's Get Your Lawn On!Find seasonal advice and topical blogs all about grass seed, fertilisers and wildflowers.
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!
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.
The Best Lockdown Lawns of 2020!
We can all agree that lockdown 1.0 threw a lot at all of us – and whilst it could have dampened our spirits, we rose to the challenge of making the most of it!
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.
How to make wildflower seed bombs
We know how hard it can be to keep your kids entertained whilst trying to limit their screen time. So, what if there was an activity that was inexpensive and combined fun, learning and the great outdoors?
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.
How to sow wildflower seed in autumn
Autumn is an excellent time to sow wildflower seed for a number of reasons such as less threat of birds gobbling your seed up, more availability of rainwater to keep your seedbed moist thanks to our UK weather and last but not least – an earlier sowing results in an earlier showing.
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.