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We work with customers that want a beautiful garden without the use of nasty chemicals that can harm wildlife, our health and our pets, and we pride ourselves on being able to generate an equally beautiful lawn for you without the use of any nasty stuff!  We also supply and install new lawns and ensure the right grass is chosen for your soil type and space so that it lasts a lifetime with the right care and nurturing. 

Lawn care by month


Get the year off to a good start by servicing your lawnmower. During the winter season, unless we’re treated to some very mild weather, you won’t need your mower for a few weeks. So take the opportunity to make sure it’s in tip-top condition. Your top priority is to clean and sharpen the blades.

Staying on the subject of winter maintenance – your lawn edging tools would probably benefit from a little bit of TLC too. Sharpening the blades and oiling any joints will make them much easier to use. Now is the time to fulfil any lawn repairs for early spring.


If you need help with aerating or scarifying, talk to your lawn care professional and get booked in before the rush.

In mild weather, there’s no reason why you can’t do a bit of hollow-tine aeration in January. It will certainly help with drainage. Use your judgement though – some winter maintenance jobs are best left until the soil warms up a little.

Keep toys and debris off the lawn as much as possible during winter and definitely don’t walk on it if it’s white with frost.


As the weather warms up it’s time to get ready to perform any repairs. Provided the ground isn’t frozen, it’s OK to lay new turf in February. You can also order supplies such as spring/summer lawn feed and grass seed.

Towards the end of the month, you may be able to give your lawn a light trim with the lawnmower. Don’t go too mad at this stage.

You could trim and shape the edges too. You’d be amazed at the difference it makes to the whole garden.


Mowing starts in earnest this month.  Growth will begin to speed up so apply a spring/summer feed early in the month to make sure the plants have enough nutrients to support them. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions and make a note on the calendar of when the next feed is due.

This is a good time to treat moss in your lawn. Even the smallest amount of moss will spread if conditions are right so scarified to remove plants and then use a moss treatment to deal with spores. Your lawn might look a bit battered for a couple of weeks after scarification but come summer you will definitely reap the benefits.

There is still a chance of frost at this time of year, so keep those mower blades high and just tickle the top of the lawn every 7-10 days.  Nipping off the tips of the grass blades will encourage thicker more luxuriant growth.

Treat weeds as soon as you see them. Hopefully, you’ll be able to spot-treat them and remove by hand.  If your lawn is very weedy, call in the experts.


They have access to treatments that are more effective and less damaging to the environment than some of the things you find on the garden centre shelves.

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