As 2016 draws to a close we show you some of our customers’ projects from this year.
Television presenter and journalist Philip Spencer, best known as the co-presenter of Channel 4 property show Location, Location, Location alongside Kirstie Allsopp, has launched an online guide to home improvement with a little help from Turfonline.
It’s cold outside, and wet, and miserable. I don’t feel like gardening and I don’t suppose you do too. But there are some essential lawn care jobs that really must be done in winter time, one of which is applying winter lawn feed.
“Sod it” Say Californians, “we want our lawns back”.
A punishing drought in California and consequential water restrictions caused lawns to become an enemy of the state. Thousands of previously nurtured and beloved lawns were ripped up and replaced with gravel, slabs or fake grass. Read More
This blogpost tells you all you need to know about topsoil delivery from product quality to delivery details.
Dave and Angela Mackay, Directors of Turfland and pioneers in the online turf business Turfonline; have announced this week that they are planning to make a big change in their lives.
At Turfonline, we specialise in growing lawn turf. But did you know that our Parent Company, Harrowden Turf Ltd, can supply a green roof kit that will make your shed roof come alive?
Common lawn diseases and how to avoid them
Humans are not the only species to suffer more ailments when autumn sets in. Lawn grasses are also more vulnerable to disease at this time of year. Let’s look at some common lawn problems, their causes and their cures. Read More
Autumn lawncare is like a magic formula for a lovely summer lawn. What you do in the run-up to Christmas will make a huge difference to the colour, vigour and health of your lawn next year.
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.