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Tips for laying turf in summer

Tips for laying turf in summer

Posted by Lisa Taylor on 9th Aug 2018

Typically speaking spring and autumn are known to be the best seasons for laying turf. This is because the conditions are thought to be just right - not too hot or cold, and not too wet or dry. The w … read more
How to stripe your garden lawn

How to stripe your garden lawn

Posted by Lisa Taylor on 24th Jul 2018

Would you like to stripe your lawn, but are wondering how to do it? The goods news is - it is not too difficult to achieve. In theory, all you need to do is cut the grass in different directions. T … read more
Mushrooms in your lawn - not as bad you first think!

Mushrooms in your lawn - not as bad you first think!

Posted by Lisa Taylor on 18th Jul 2018

Mushrooms – Are they good or bad?It is not uncommon for mushrooms to grow in and around gardens, be it on the grass or in the soil. At first the appearance of mushrooms may be alarming – let’s face … read more
Turf Wars - Real Grass vs Artificial Grass

Turf Wars - Real Grass vs Artificial Grass

Posted by Lisa Taylor on 12th Jul 2018

Artificial turf is becoming a popular choice for householders looking for a green lawn, without the maintenance. Artificial turf has come on leaps and bounds since it was originally launched into th … read more
Planning a Garden - The Preliminary Stages

Planning a Garden - The Preliminary Stages

Posted by Lisa Taylor on 6th Jul 2018

If you have recently moved to a new house and now have a new garden to make your own, or fancy redesigning your existing garden there are a number of things to take into consideration to make the mo … read more