Free Next Day Delivery
Enjoy free weekday delivery to most UK addresses when you order
turf, topsoil, Meadowmat or Enviromat.
Over 50 Years Experience
As the UK's pioneers in turf production we have been supplying high quality purpose grown turf longer than any other turf growers in the UK
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Order today and receive your freshly harvested turf Tuesday - Friday.
To numerous reputable companies, sports venues, golf clubs, garden centres, housing developments, flower shows, TV Shows & direct to the public
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Turfonline is a shop window for Harrowden Turf, the largest and longest established turf production company in the UK. We grow turf in the North West, South East and operate a distribution depot in Edinburgh. This ensures fresh turf can be delivered at a competitive price almost anywhere in the UK next day. We offer a variety of turf to suit any grass surface requirement from finest greens turf to hardwearing sports turf and turf that will grow in heavy shade. We also grow and supply MeadowMat wildflower turf and Enviromat sedum matting for green roofing or ornamental ground cover as well as topsoil and turf related sundries. The business dates back to the 60’s and pioneered turf production in the UK with the introduction of the first crops of purpose grown turf in the 1970’s.
We take pride in the product we grow and have a reputation for service second to none. We are a family owned and operated business and care about our customers. Our pleasure is your satisfaction with the product and service you receive.
What Our Customers Say
Something that lots of people ask us via our online chat, is
“is your turf free from pests and diseases?” Our turf is grown with the minimum
use of chemical pesticides yet we don’t knowingly despatch bugs with it...
If your garden is looking a bit tired and you want to perk
it up, a new lawn from turf could be just the thing. But can you really lay
turf in July? Here’s the advice from the Turfonline Team...
Red thread disease is a common complaint in lawns and it can
be very unsightly. Here’s the turfonline guide to red thread disease
Small brown patches in the lawn that steadily
get biggerTiny pinkish red threads attached to affected
blades of grassTypically occurs in warm wet weatherCan affect any lawn – but worse on underfed
lawnsTreat by applying lawn feedAvoid a recurrence with careful lawn management
What does red thread disease look like?
The first clue that your lawn may be suffering from red
thread disease is the appearance of small straw-coloured patches in the