Autumn Lawns

The rains have arrived along with strong blustery winds but I’m sure you’d all agree the temperatures are still ok. It’s only just in the last few days that we’ve had a little dip really. How does that affect the lawns? Well, considering the...

Lawn Treatments 2013

“Can you please come and treat my lawn” is a phrase we often hear from new customers. The ever increasingly popular need to treat lawns has led to an upsurge in the North West areas that we cover. We’re always delighted when we hear those words...

Spring is in the Air

Well it would finally appear that we’ve turned a corner with the cold easterly winds dying back and the warmer weather coming through. You may have just about begun to see a little growth from your grass. Temperatures in the ground need to be 5 degrees Celsius...

Online Bank Transfer Payments

We’ve decided to repost this blog article to help with the online payments. We’d encourage as many customers as possible to make good use of this free and easy to use payment method. After adding in our details to your online banking account, i.e our bank...

Preparing for Spring 2013

Well although it’s not quite spring there are still jobs that can be done on the lawn. You’ve almost certainly come to the end of the mowing, which for many will be a huge relief after this years rapid growth rate. Still it’s good to have a final cut...

Lawn Alert – Fusarium

Lawn Alert! We are alerting you to a potential Fusarium problem in the lawns. We have had early waring signs of this fungal lawn disease which in many ways is similar to the Red Thread that we saw earlier this year. It will manifest itself in cloud shaped areas on the...

October Treatments

October is the month to start getting things prepared for the winter months. The lawns will start to slow down a little bit now and growth will not be nearly as rapid as it has been over the wet summer months. The fertiliser dosage that we are putting down will...

Weed of the Month – Lesser Trefoil

Once again it’s rolled round to the time of year where Lesser Trefoil rears it’s ugly head. Lesser Trefoil, or Yellow Suckiling Clover as it’s otherwise known, is an annual weed that pops up during May-October but is particularly prevalent during...

Rain, Rain, Rain

Well it certainly has been a wet summer so far hasn’t it with some weeks even getting close to 62mm of rainfall in a week. Feels more like that in a day thought sometimes! So how does this relate to lawn care? Well surprisingly we’ve had more interest in...

How to Pay Online

We’ve decided to repost this blog article to help with the online payments. After a few customers commented on this I thought I’d better just help out in explaining how to make an online payment. If you would like to make an online payment, which...