Waterwise lawn care Summer is approaching, and with it comes the question – “should I water the lawn?”
Week 4 Construction Pack So far – audit, inspiration, design and brief creation. Now – the construction pack. What are you actually going to need to build a garden? Hence the construction pack: – topsoil, turf boards, turf, wildflower turf, green roofs, decking, fertilizer, – gloves, secateurs, loppers, trowel, spade, garden fork, fencing, rake – … Continue reading “Lets Build A Garden Week 4 – Construction”
Lets Build A Garden – Week 2 – Inspiration. Now you have looked at your garden / window box / courtyard and begun to consider what you have / what you have to leave / and what is definitely going – time to think about inspiration….
Need to finish your garden by Christmas? Well, it’s perfectly possible to lay turf in winter months, including December. Read on to find out how.
Rain is the gardener’s friend in so many ways but it’s not always pleasant to work in. We’re looking at the effects of rain and discussing whether or not to lay turf onto wet soil.
It’s not unusual to find mushrooms and toadstools in your lawn during mild wet weather. It needn’t be a worry though. In this blog we ask “are lawn mushrooms poisonous?”
Laying turf is one of the few gardening jobs that can be done at any time of year. However, you do need to adapt your technique a little for the season. In this blog, we’re looking at laying turf in October.
In the summer months, we all look forward to days in the garden – surrounded by freshly cut grass and an array of brightly coloured flowers. However, often the most favourable flowers require a great deal of time and care. Wildflowers can be a fantastic solution to keeping your garden looking vibrant, whilst also keeping … Continue reading “What Are The Benefits of Wildflowers?”