Let's Get Your Lawn On!Find seasonal advice and topical blogs all about grass seed, fertilisers and wildflowers.
4 things to consider when sowing wildflowers
Sowing and maintaining a wildflower meadow is one of the simplest and most rewarding gardening tasks you can undertake but there are a few things that are useful to know before venturing into the world of wildflowers.
How often should I water my lawn?
A good watering routine helps to maintain your lawn, but it’s important to know how much is too much, or you could end up with a bayou!
4 ways to love your lawn a little bit better!
Love is in the air as we approach Valentine’s day, so it seems like a good time to give you some tips on how to show your lawn the affection it deserves.
The Grass People receives Feefo Platinum Trusted Service Award 2020
We're excited to announce we have won the Feefo Platinum Trusted Service award, an independent seal of excellence that recognises businesses for delivering exceptional experiences, as rated by real customers.
What walking on a snowy lawn does to your grass
'The Snowman’ has a lot to answer for – as walking in the air would be a fine alternative to walking on your lawn when heavy snow falls! If you’re proud of your lawn and want to keep it looking its absolute best, you’ll know to avoid walking on it.
New Year, New Lawn: Your New Year lawn resolutions!
Every year we make New Year’s resolutions that often don’t last past January because we always try to accomplish too much, too soon! Most of us will try to do a little less of one thing, and a little more of something else.
Wildflower 101: What makes a British wildflower meadow?
Many folks have their own ideas of what makes a quintessentially British wildflower meadow – what species it should contain and how it should ultimately look.
Should I add Yellow Rattle to my wildflower meadow?
Often described as ‘the meadow maker’ Yellow Rattle is continuously praised for its ability to weaken grasses in a meadow to allow wildflower blooms to, well, bloom!
Bee-autiful: 10 wildflowers that bees love
It is true that bees in need will visit most wildflowers to rest their weary wings and power up on their pollen, but just like us, bees have their favourite flowers and a preference for their very favourite plants. But it’s not just bees being picky - there is a bit of a science to it!
First frosts: How does frost affect your lawn?
There’s something very picturesque about a lawn with lots of little white tips and a rising mist, but it may not be the most welcome sight if you’ve recently sown new seed or have a recently established lawn.