Grass Seed

Grass Seed

Whether you’re a complete novice or lawn care connoisseur, our informational yet easy-to-follow guides cover all aspects of grass seed, grass sowing, lawn seed, growing and maintenance.

  1. How to get a striped lawn

    How to get a striped lawn

    Passing by a garden admiring a beautiful lawn stripes often brings a tinge of envy, but you will be happy to hear that knowing how to get a striped lawn is easy. It’s a straight forward process to do and you don’t need to bring in the professionals to achieve that classic striped look!

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  2. How to revive dead grass

    How to revive dead grass

    Having a lush, green lawn will enhance the beauty of your home and provide a relaxing outdoor space. Sometimes lawns can suffer from extreme weather conditions, pests, or general wear and tear, leading to a dead or unhealthy appearance. If you find yourself with a dead lawn, don’t worry! We share advice on how to revive dead grass, and by using the right approach and with a little bit of effort, you can revive your lawn and restore it to its former glory.

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  3. How to scarify a lawn

    How to scarify a lawn

    If your grass has moss or a thatch of dead grass and leaves it can form a dense layer which holds water and creates an environment for moss to grow. It also stops water and oxygen getting to the grass roots below.

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  4. How to sow grass seed

    How to sow grass seed

    Find out how to sow grass seed with our expert guide, which will show you the best way to sow grass seed and help you get it right the first time.

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  5. How do you grow grass in a shady lawn

    How do you grow grass in a shady lawn

    One of the most important steps to growing grass in a shady lawn is to pick a specialist grass seed mix that will grow well in the shade. Knowing how and when to sow your seed and applying the correct aftercare will also help its growth. So, keep reading for some helpful advice on selecting shade-tolerant grass seeds and how to achieve the perfect garden lawn.

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  6. Maintaining a clover lawn UK

    Maintaining a clover lawn UK

    Maintaining a clover lawn in the UK is easy since it’s low maintenance and requires very little aftercare. Even though a clover lawn’s needs are minimal compared to a traditional lawn, there are a few important tasks you need to do to ensure your clover grows well and thrives for years to come. These extra steps will also ensure it benefits the environment and can provide more food for bees and pollinators.

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  7. Grass seed for shade

    Grass seed for shade

    Regular grass seed does not grow well in shaded areas. So, if you have trees, buildings or fences in your garden that cast shadows throughout the day, your lawn could look worse for wear. This is where our grass seed for shade comes to the rescue!

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  8. The Ultimate Grass Seed Guide 2023

    The Ultimate Grass Seed Guide 2023

    We wanted to begin the growing season with our Ultimate Grass Seed Guide, which gives you more technical information on our grass seeds, their ideal growing conditions, and where to use them.

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  9. Tips for sowing a clover lawn

    Tips for sowing a clover lawn

    Our clover is the world’s first ‘super clover’, created by combining the white and caucasian clover species. This benefits our clover seedings by enabling them to grow a tap root system that forms deep inside the soil. It then breaks down and creates new stems that travel through the soil, spread out and make new plants along the way! So, whether you’re sowing a clover lawn for the first time, or want some advice when overseeing, we share some tips for sowing a clover lawn to ensure it grows as well as it can.

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  10. What is a clover lawn?

    What is a clover lawn?

    Clover creates a beneficial habitat for local wildlife and helps increase the variety of pollinators and insects that come to your garden. Before World War 2, clover was common in most UK gardens. But after the war, even though it offered considerable advantages to the garden and local bees and pollinators, it got relegated to the weed category.

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