Let's Get Your Lawn On!Find seasonal blog advice and topical blogs all about grass seed, fertilisers and wildflowers.
Wildflower 101: FAQ About Wildflowers
All of your frequently asked questions about wildflowers, answered!
Real life MEADOW MAGIC!
Most companies would shy away from naming their products ‘magic’ just in case they turn out not to be. Yet, ever since we created our Meadow Magic mix, we just knew it was destined for greatness!
Summer Sowing: Can I do it?
So, you’ve been staring / glaring at your neighbours’ lush green lawn for the last few weeks and thought perhaps it’s time to sort the lawn out – once and for all, but can you still sow grass seed in summer?
Total Washout: Will my seed germinate in heavy rain?
Whilst the British summer is busy buffering, in some parts of the UK we’ve been treated to 3 months of rain – so what does this mean for seed that you’ve recently sown?
How to bring more wildlife into your garden
It may sound rich coming from the folk (us) who promote having a well-kept, well maintained lawn all year round – but we’re not opposed to having a little wild spot, especially if it helps bees, butterflies and other worldly wildlife have a place to pollinate and patter around in.
How to pet proof your lawn
Dogs may be man’s best friend, but they can quickly become man’s worst enemy when they start to interfere with your lawn!
How to get a Wimbledon-worthy lawn
It’s the season of strawberries and cream, lazy afternoons watching tennis and staring at the screen wishing your lawn looked like a Wimbledon tennis court.
Reasons why your grass seed isn’t growing this summer
Sometimes we forget that grass seed is a living thing, and it needs the right conditions to grow successfully – air, heat, light and water.
The Grass People Glossary
With any hobby, profession or industry there are always lots of buzz words, jargon or technical terms that tend to make things that are very simple, very difficult!
How to keep your lawn healthy in spring / summer
If you wish to keep your lawn lovely all summer long - some maintenance will be required! Find out how best to keep your lawn healthy in summer.