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Lawn Care Guide

We have been in the lawn business for almost 30 years and have a vast amount of knowledge regarding lawn care procedures and lawn products. Please browse this section for all types of lawn related tips from mowing to treating moles. You will also find other helpful topics in the blog section of this website.

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Pets And Your Lawn

As much as we love our pets, they can cause damage to our lawns but have no fear, we have suitable solutions to help your garden.

A squirrel enjoying his food by a tree

Wildlife and Caring for your Lawn

We can see some amazing sights when looking from our window into our garden, but some wild animals will cause more harm than good.

split image of a chafer grub and a chafer beetle.

Lawn Pests

Mother Nature can certainly challenge us especially when it comes in the form of critters such as Chafer Grubs, Leather Jackets or Moles.

A large brown patch within a green lawn

Lawn Disease

Pesticides in lawn care are now a thing of the past so we have to learn to live with what mother nature gives us and find the most effective way of controlling it.

An extremely dry and brown lawn


Whilst it may look bad, we need to assist nature a bit to keep things green and healthy and watering can go a long way.

A small puddle of water on a lawn


In a country where rain is pretty normal, you might want to keep an extra eye on your lawn in case the rain becomes too much.

a mower half way through the garden

Lawn Maintenance

Maintaining a lawn can be a burden but a little can go a long way so here are some tips on looking after your lawn the right way.

grass which can been frosted over

Will Frost Damage My Lawn

Whilst looking out your window and watching as the sun touches the frosted grass can be impressive, what impact will the frost have?

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Will Snow Damage My Lawn

“Oh the weather outside is frightful, but my lawn looks so delightful, so as there’s no grass to mow, let it snow, let it snow, let it snow…”

A house and garden covered by a blanket of snow

Winter Advice

Nothing feels better than sitting inside during those cold winter days, but there is something we can do to help our lawn combat the cold.

a technician placing a PH meter into the soil

Spring Advice

The best season to start looking after your lawn so have a look at our top ten tips to kick start your lawn care.

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Summer Advice

The sun is shining and like us our grass love to soak up the rays, but keep in mind there’s more we can do to help our grass improve

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Autumn Advice

With the autumn leaves starting to fall and temperatures turning colder we are now approaching our final lawn mow of the year.

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