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How to repair your lawn after the heatwave

How to repair your lawn after the heatwave

16th Sep 2022

How to repair your lawn from heat stress What is heat stress? After another heatwave we have had over the last week the lawn has...

Luke Taylor, Co-founder of So & Mo
Why do we overseed after scarifying?

Why do we overseed after scarifying?

Scarify, then overseed Why do we overseed after scarification? The photos below are perfect examples of why overseeding is so much more effective after a...

16th Sep 2022
Overseeding your lawn

Overseeding your lawn

Overseeding is an important part of lawn care, the results of which are very beneficial and worth the effort. If your lawn is looking thin...

4th Jul 2022 Seeding
July Essentials: Sit Back, Unwind & Let the Grass Grow

July Essentials: Sit Back, Unwind & Let the Grass Grow

July is the height of the growing season. While it's important to do the odd maintenance job and ensure your garden has plenty of water,...

2nd Jul 2022
June Essentials- Growing above and beyond in your garden this summer

June Essentials- Growing above and beyond in your garden this summer

The days are warmer and the evenings longer; June is awash with tempting outdoor treats, from the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee bank holiday weekend, not to...

31st May 2022
May Essentials- The growing season is upon us, and here’s what you need to do

May Essentials- The growing season is upon us, and here’s what you need to do

Bank holidays, FA Cup final day, and half-term at the end of the month – there is a lot to look forward to, not to...

1st May 2022
Considering artificial turf in your garden? 4 reasons why natural grass is best

Considering artificial turf in your garden? 4 reasons why natural grass is best

Mrs Hinch, Stacey Soloman and Denise Van Outen swear by it. But, for all its reported benefits, artificial grass causes more harm than good for...

22nd Apr 2022
April Essentials: what to do to get your lawn looking summer ready

April Essentials: what to do to get your lawn looking summer ready

April Essentials: what to do to get your lawn looking summer readyThe evenings are longer, the daffodils are in bloom, and there are reasons to...

1st Apr 2022
Mowing tips for an established garden lawn

Mowing tips for an established garden lawn

The perfect lawn requires time, patience, and a great deal of hard work. The grass is greener where it has been mowed, but where to begin? Read more here about how to start 

9th Nov 2021 Garden, Lawn, Mowing, Turf, Watering
5 Tips For Mowing A Newly Laid Garden Lawn

5 Tips For Mowing A Newly Laid Garden Lawn

Newly laid garden turf should be treated with care, making sure that it has a chance to become established and thrive before any stressful procedures are carried out. Read more here about how you can give your new turf the best chance of success. 

11th Sep 2021 Garden, Lawn, Mowing, Turf
Toadstools and Mushrooms

Toadstools and Mushrooms

Although you may associate mushrooms with woodlands and wild grass areas, there are many species of mushrooms and toadstools that will potentially grow in your...

7th Sep 2021 Diseases
Fusarium Patch Disease

Fusarium Patch Disease

What is Fusarium Patch? Fusarium Patch is a disease caused by the Microdochium Nivale fungus, which is naturally present in most lawns. In the right...

9th Aug 2021 Diseases
Dealing With Chafer Grubs in Your Lawn

Dealing With Chafer Grubs in Your Lawn

Although it is not always easy to tell, your garden provides a home to many forms of life, including fungi, insects, and small animals. Your...

2nd Aug 2021 Diseases
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