Find out how to apply and when to use our seasonal fertilisers alongside all our do’s and don’ts.
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.
The Post Drought Lawn Repair Guide
It has been a long hot summer here in the UK and although most of us have embraced the sun with days at the seaside and a glowing suntan, our lawns are not so enthusiastic.
Friendly fertiliser: Is fertiliser safe for pets?
Dogs. They’re fun, furry, friendly and… frustrating when it comes to getting anything done in the garden! But a question on many people's minds we often hear is - "is fertiliser safe for pets?". Keep reading for tips and advice on keeping those pesky pups away from freshly laid fertiliser.
Do I need to aerate my lawn?
“Do I need to aerate my lawn?” is as good a question as any when it comes to navigating the ins and outs of keeping your lawn in tip-top condition.
How to tackle moss in your lawn
Moss can crop up frequently in any climate, creating spongey and discoloured patches across your lawn.
Typical UK weed grasses and how to get rid of them
Weed grasses are a common pest in lawns and are a particular issue in lawns that haven’t been reseeded in a few years. At first, you may notice certain areas of your lawn sporting thicker green grass and might think you’re onto a winner, however this ‘grass’ will quickly become unaesthetically pleasing and can really ruin the look of a pristine lawn.
What fertiliser should I use?
With so many options to fertilise your lawn with, it can be tricky to know what’s right for your lawn at a certain time of year or when you are planning to carry out maintenance.
What is in fertiliser?
Most people know that fertilisers help plants grow, but many don’t know what they actually are, what they contain and how to decide on what fertilisers to use in certain conditions. So, we decided to take a closer look at fertilisers and share a little of our expertise.
When to use weed and feed on your lawn
There comes a time when garden lawns look tired, weathered, and need some essential care. Especially, when they’re being overrun by weeds and moss - it can appear that your lovely garden lawn is disappearing before your eyes! This post outlines when you should use weed and feed on your lawn and how it can help revitalise your garden.
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. Frost on your lawn’s surface will not do much damage on its own but if you walk on, crush or flatten the blades then you could badly damage it.