If you think that autumn is the time of year when plants die, you’re in for a big surprise. Yes, the leaves fall off trees, flowers fade away, bedding plants shrivel and bright colours turn to brown. But what you see happening above the ground is no reflection on what’s happening at grass roots level (sorry about the pun, couldn’t help myself). That’s why autumn is a great time of year to lay turf.
Some gardeners see autumn as the end of the gardening year. As a keen gardener and a farmer’s wife, I see autumn not as the end of the growing season but as the beginning. Autumn lawn care prepares your garden for next summer’s shenanigans.
Harrowden Turf to exhibit at Landscape 2016 in Battersea Park
Visitors to www.turfonline.co.uk will have a unique opportunity to see some of the products offered online “in the flesh” on 13th and 14th September in Battersea, London. Harrowden Turf Ltd will be exhibiting at Landscape 2016. A two-day event aimed at landscapers and garden designers who are looking for inspiration and information.
Answers to Questions such as “Do you really need to buy extra topsoil for turfing? and “What is the best type of topsoil for laying a lawn?”.
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There are two meanings for the phrase “Meadow Turf”. In this blogpost we’ll discover what Meadow Turf is and how to install it.
When it comes to laying turf, the secret of success lies in preparing the ground properly. Applying pre-turfing fertiliser is an important part of that preparation and here’s why…
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How to care for fine turf
What is fine turf and where should I use it?
There are many different types of turf on the market. The term “fine turf” usually refers to the sort of grass one would normally see on golf greens, bowling greens or really smart ornamental lawns.
Alan Titchmarch and his ITV Love Your Garden make-over team headed to Bolton last week to surprise Caroline Hall and transform her unloved garden into a spectacular animal friendly haven with the help of Harrowden Turf.