Autumn lawncare is like a magic formula for a lovely summer lawn. What you do in the run-up to Christmas will make a huge difference to the colour, vigour and health of your lawn next year.
If you think that autumn is the time of year when plants die, you’re in for a big surprise. Yes, the leaves fall off trees, flowers fade away, bedding plants shrivel and bright colours turn to brown. But what you see happening above the ground is no reflection on what’s happening at grass roots level (sorry about the pun, couldn’t help myself). That’s why autumn is a great time of year to lay turf.
Some gardeners see autumn as the end of the gardening year. As a keen gardener and a farmer’s wife, I see autumn not as the end of the growing season but as the beginning. Autumn lawn care prepares your garden for next summer’s shenanigans.Read More
Not a very exciting blog post I’m afraid but if you’re an architect, surveyor or planner these tables contain pretty much all the information you need for specifying a living green roof.Read More
You’ve worked hard to prepare the soil, find some beautiful turf and lay a new lawn – what next? How should you care for your new turf while it establishes itself in your garden?Read More