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As from today I am wanting to start on the garden lawn. I have quite a few brown patches thanks to my lovely lab and I was wondering if people would like to share a few wise ideas.? I am going to start by getting all the moss and weeds up today
Do we have to do anything different to the usual Autumn care for our lawn with it being relatively fresh turf, laid in the early summer.
The weather has been great recently, perfect for doing some much-needed lawn care and maintenance. Earlier this year, amid heavy rain, we laid a shed base and erected a shed on it. We used a mini-digger and dumper, and, of course, wrecked the lawn
winter? I'm a strong believer of putting in the hard work of autumn lawn care. If you want a first rate lawn carrying out the long winded tasks of scarifying, aerating and top dressing is essential. I have recently carried out all of these tasks, all
once again. Great site. Thanks for the detailed explanation on spring clean-up for the lawn. how often would you recommend over seeding the lawn? Autumn is most attention able season for lawn care because in that season leafs fall down and grass come
Is there a weed killer available that will kill couch grass in the lawn without harming other grasses? I personally have never heard of one.
My girlfriend keeps two rabbits which graze on our lawn. The lawn is almost full of weeds as I've not wanted to apply weed and feed in the two years we've had the rabbits. I want to deal with the weed problem but don't want to harm the rabbits
We love our dogs but tried solutions do not work, discovered Natural Green Grass Patch in Texas and tried it recently here in the UK. Sprayed it on and got instant green grass restored, amazing result and should last months despite promised rain. Totally safe for the dogs and kid...
their lawn was dead (well, mine did look dead) when I wrote about drought damage in the garden in my July blog, but didn't I tell you it would recover once rain came? Not that I'm feeling smug with my prediction. It's just that plants are great survivors
help! My lawn is covered in moss, from a distance it looks green and normal but as you get nearer you can see its just covered with dense moss. When you walk on it it's like walking on sponge. Now I know I need to aerate it and scarify