Small lawns

Small lawns

Sometimes people wonder if it’s worth treating a lawn, particularly if it’s small. This lawn proves that all lawns deserve to be treated to a program of treatments. Get in touch now for a free lawn analysis with treatments from £14...

Total Weedkillers

Please be careful when using total weedkillers. The gardener of this lawn used some to kill the weeds in the borders, then proceeded to walk up and down the lawn with chemical on his feet. Hence the destruction the same size as his feet!  He didn’t have a clue what...
Lawn issues

Lawn issues

AC496C89-9D46-4883-954A- http://www.lancashirelawncare.co.uk/news/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/AC496C89-9D46-4883-954A-C05DAB699690.mp4 These pesky things live in your lawn and sit and eat the roots of your grass. They are called Leather Jackets and turn into Cranefly,...
Before & After

Before & After

We love to share a good before and after photo. Our new customer wanted his lawns scarifying and hollow tone aerating. These procedures were carried out on his lawn in early May. He was due to have a garden party in July so was keen to have a beautiful lawn by...
It’s good to share

It’s good to share

It really is great to hear from satisfied customers. This lawn suffered terribly from moss & thatch and the customer was concerned that any major renovations would render his lawn useless for this summer. I assured him that with patience & the right weather...

Crazy Weather

And so the bonkers weather continues. After several weeks of dry, sunny weather the good old British summertime kicks off in true style with flash floods across parts of Lancashire.  These extremes will cause problems for our lawns. They are used to having...

Yellow Suckling Clover – Trefoil.

The current ‘enemy’ weed we’re dealing with this month and last is yellow Suckling Clover or Trefoil as it’s more commonly known. It is a seasonal weed growing from May through until August. This little weed has a dark green leaf and a bright...

Your Lawn in November and December

  Unbelievable perhaps but like many lawns in this area you may well be still getting some growth. Therefore, this month could be an opportunity to give your lawn a final few cuts to see it through the winter months. Remember not to cut it too short though else...

Lawn Alert Autumn 2014

Disease Warning This is a common disease associated with stressed turf in late summer and early autumn. The exceptionally dry weather during September has caused the stressed conditions resulting in an outbreak of rust. In places the attack is quite severe and very...

Leather Jackets

The daddy long legs or Crane fly as it’s properly known lays hundreds of it’s little eggs in our lawns in the Autumn. These hatch a few weeks later remaining in the soil and eating away on the grass roots and stems before pupating and emerging as adults in...