Moss control, prevention and removal is essential for a healthy lawn. Use our lawn care services for a moss-free, lush, green lawn.Read More
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The Greensleeves blog is the number one place to keep up to date with all things lawn care. Updated throughout the month, you’ll find expert hints and tips from our local lawn care managers to the latest lawn care news from Greensleeves HQ. Our blog is also packed full of inspiration for not only making the most of your lawn but your garden and home.
For anyone with trees nearby, autumn sees our gardens covered in falling leaves. It is important that leaves are not left covering your lawn. When left to pile up, they can form a heavy mass that can damage your grass. The leaves block the sunlight which therefore reduces water evaporation. This can then lead to […]Read More
Having a beautiful, natural lawn has many benefits alongside the appearance; one of these being how it helps the environment. When you choose to have a natural lawn, you are choosing to have a positive impact on the environment. They are a sustainable and eco-friendly choice, helping to contribute to overall environmental health. You can […]Read More
Autumn is a big time of year for harvesting vegetables and fruits. There are few types that can be harvested in winter, so it’s great to be able to store your excess harvest now to enjoy it throughout the colder months. Read more about storing your autumn harvest with Greensleeves, experts in lawn care. We […]Read More
Spring might seem far away, but autumn is the perfect time to plant bulbs so they’ll bloom next year in beautiful colours! Read our blog to get some inspiration for your spring garden so you can get planting this autumn. How To Plant Spring Bulbs Spring bulbs need planting in the autumn. This is […]Read More
Lawns can become damaged, get ruined or die for a huge number of reasons from chafer grub infestations to sun scorching. If this happens, there are a few ways that you can get back a beautiful, lush-green and healthy lawn. Read about returfing vs lawn renovations to learn which is the best for your garden. […]Read More