Moss Removal

In the UK, there are over 600 species of moss. Mosses are resilient and adaptable non flowering plants that thrive in areas of excessive moisture, shade and poor turf quality. They appear as dense green clumps or mats. If left untreated moss will continue to spread over the lawn, diminishing the grass growth and will eventually suffocate the grass entirely.

Lawn Renovation

During the autumn months, the weather is typically mild enough for the grass to continue to actively grow. As a result, autumn is the ideal time to renovate your lawn as the grass can be stripped back and repaired with plenty of time to recover before winter sets in.

Dry Lawn Advice

In the run up to summer, we Brit’s hope for a long, dry and hot few months after a wet and grey winter and unpredictable spring. However, for our lawns, this is a nightmare! It is during this dry and hot weather that grass can suffer from drought stress. This strain is amplified when the dry period becomes hot or windy. You may start to notice your lawn changing to a paler green, yellow or brownish colour and beginning to look patchy.

Red Thread Fungicide Treatment

As the name implies, red thread disease causes a reddish fungus to emerge on your lawn. The first visible symptom is irregular patches of bleached dead grass, usually seen during the summer months. In humid weather the disease becomes more evident to the eye as thread-like strands or webs of coral pink to blood red hyphae grow on the tips of the grass blades.

Lawn Mowing Advice

Your lawn should be mowed as regularly as you can do it; at least once per week during the main growing seasons of April – June and September – October. This can be relaxed during the height of summer if a drought develops as the growth will slow. However, it is important not to let the grass get too long at any time of the year, including winter, as this will reduce the quality significantly, increase the likelihood of moss invasion and reduce the aesthetic appearance of the grass.

Speedwell Weeds Advice

Spring is here! Which means your garden will be finally starting to show some new life after winter. One weed that you need to watch out for is the Veronica Filiformis, also known as the Speedwell weed. This weed can be deceiving as it will start to grow with pretty, blue flowers with four petals.

Insecticide for Garden Pests

During the autumn months your healthy, luscious lawn can fall victim to an infestation of chafer grubs or leatherjackets. These two common species of garden pests can wreak havoc on your lawn by attacking the grass root or encouraging predators such has birds, badgers and foxes to dig for these juicy morsels.

Scarification & Aeration Advice

As the long and gloomy winter months start to change, spring begins to approach and the once long and dark nights become shorter. You can expect to see the first buds of colour in your garden around this time and the lawn awaking from its cover of frost, which is why it is essential to give your lawn that much needed support in the run up to summer.

Daddy Longlegs & Leatherjackets

The summer season brings happiness to us all, especially those who enjoy spending their days in the sunshine tending to their beloved gardens, and thanks to the extended warm and wet weather summer has attracted another group of lawn enthusiasts – Daddy Longlegs, also known as the Crane Fly.

Attract Pollinators To Your Garden

Butterflies and bees are some of nature’s most crucial contributors, pollinating as they float from flower to flower and aid the production of crops for human and animal use.