It’s been decidedly chilly the last few mornings so you may want to swap over to a winter lawn care regime. This article explains more.
Did you know that there is a recognised standard for turf quality? In this article we look at the TGA Standard and what it means for turf buyers.
Is it OK to be laying turf in November? You may be surprised to find that unlike sowing grass seed, turf can be laid at any time of year. Read on for more information.
We’re very proud to announce that our parent Company (Harrowden Turf Ltd) will be exhibiting at the Futurescape Show this month. Find out more in this blogpost.
This week we’re taking a look at Meadowmat wild flower turf and Enviromat sedum matting and how they can be used to create a green roof shed.
Helping you to decide which type of turf is best for your project. This week we look at front gardens.
Keeping your lawn healthy in autumn and winter sometimes involves diagnosing and treating lawn disease. Here’s some timely advice on autumn lawn diseases and how to avoid them.
Controlling moss in your lawn calls for a twofold approach; First removing existing plants and secondly preventing a new invasion. Learn more in this blogpost.
It’s easy to find turf for sale online, but how do you know it will be good quality? Some helpful pointers in this blogpost.
In this blog we look at scarification, one of the cornerstones of good lawn care. And discuss how to scarify your lawn.