Find out how to apply and when to use our seasonal lawn fertilisers alongside all our do’s and don’ts to get the best growth from your lawn throughout the year.

  1. First frosts: How does frost affect your lawn?

    First frosts: How does frost affect your lawn?

    While there’s something very picturesque about seeing a lawn with lots of little white tips and a rising mist, this may not be the most welcome sight if you’ve recently sown new grass seed or have a newly established lawn. But fear not; frost on your lawn’s surface will not do much damage. However, you need to be careful not to walk on, crush, or flatten the blades of grass, which could hurt your lawn and stunt its growth come spring!

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  2. Winter Fertiliser Guide

    Winter Fertiliser Guide

    At The Grass People, we recommend feeding your lawn at least twice yearly, once during the spring and again during autumn. An autumn/winter feed using a winter fertiliser will perk your grass up after a busy summer and protect the grass during harsh winter weather conditions.

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  3. When to feed my lawn

    When to feed my lawn

    Our lawns are a labour of love, and in order to keep them healthy, thick, and well maintained year-round, they will require some attention and care. Fertilising your lawn is one of the best ways that you can maintain that Wimbledon worthy lawn from spring right through to winter.

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  4. What is fertiliser?

    What is fertiliser?

    After a long, cold and wet winter everything is starting to grow again. Getting it back in tip top shape can involve moss killing, weeding and regular mowing.

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  5. The Fertiliser Guide

    The Fertiliser Guide

    A wise man once said, ‘good lawn management calls for a regular lawn feeding programme’. We couldn’t agree more with Dr D.G.Hessayon, who said this exact sentence in the gardener’s unofficial bible – The Lawn Expert.

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  6. How to choose liquid fertiliser for lawns

    How to choose liquid fertiliser for lawns

    Knowing how to choose liquid lawn fertiliser will benefit your garden since different fertilisers are better used for certain things. For example, our Make it Grow gives your lawn a boost of nutrients to enhance its growth, and Make it Green is high in nitrogen to make it luscious and vibrantly green. Whereas Make it Strong has high levels of all three NPK elements to give your lawn the strength and resilience to overcome the cold winter months.

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  7. How to use our liquid lawn fertiliser

    How to use our liquid lawn fertiliser

    Our liquid lawn fertiliser range is developed to rapidly repair and revive your garden grass, to get it green quickly, and to keep it healthy through the coldness of winter. We also made sure that applying our fertiliser is easy, so you can feed your grass quickly and see the results within a few days!

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  8. When to feed a lawn

    When to feed a lawn

    Feeding your lawn is crucial for maintaining its health, thickness, and overall appearance throughout the year. Proper care and attention will help you achieve the perfect garden lawn you’ve been hoping for, and with the right advice, it’s not hard to achieve. One of the best ways to do this is by regularly fertilising your lawn, which ensures your grass gets the nutrients it needs.

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  9. When to use lawn weed and feed

    When to use lawn weed and feed

    Taking care of your lawn requires regular attention to keep it looking its best, and one crucial aspect is dealing with weeds while providing proper nutrition to your grass. And that’s where weed and feed comes in! Lawn weed and feed products are specially designed to eliminate weeds while nourishing your lawn at the same time, and knowing when and how to apply these treatments is key. So, keep reading to explore the significance of weed and feed, for helpful advice on the best times of the year to use it, and for some essential tips on achieving a lush, weed-free lawn.

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  10. Why is my lawn fertiliser not dissolving

    Why is my lawn fertiliser not dissolving

    The most common answer to why your lawn fertiliser is not dissolving is that it needs more water. While this is often the case, a few other factors can affect how quickly granular lawn fertiliser dissolves. Keep reading for helpful tips on applying lawn fertiliser correctly, ensuring your grass is green and lush again in no time!

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