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Even in this miserable weather, our lawn looks super healthy! We don’t give it any extra special treatment, it receives what most of our customers lawns’ do, 4 seasonal treatments. We do mow and maintain it regularly from March to October too but this is just after winter and look at how green it is!? If your lawn is looking a bit down in the dumps and needs a pick me up, contact us for a FREE lawn analysis!

Posted by Pennine Lawn Care on Wednesday, 6 March 2019

Even in this miserable weather, our lawn looks super healthy! We don’t give it any extra special treatment, it receives what most of our customers lawns’ do, 4 seasonal treatments.

We do mow and maintain it regularly from March to October too but this is just after winter and look at how green it is!? 

If your lawn is looking a bit down in the dumps and needs a pick me up, contact us for a FREE lawn analysis!

Make sure you’re keeping on top of your mowing! Here is our guide to mowing throughout the year: Jan & Feb – Giving your lawn very high cut (topping) on a dry day will keep it tidy but keep the cut as high as possible and maybe mow only once a month.March – Give your lawn a trim on the highest setting on your mower to tidy it up for the growing season.April – Mowing should be become more frequent – every 2 weeks.May & June – Start lowering the cut on your mower and you should aim to give it a trim every week.July & August – If the weather isn’t too hot or dry then follow the above instructions for May & June. However if too hot – you should raise the mowing height and mow every 2 weeks. This makes the lawn more drought tolerable. If just dry – keep the height but mow less regularly.September – You can follow the instructions for May & June but make sure you mow on a dry day.October & November – Raise your cut again if you lowered it in September and mow every 2 -3 weeks until the end of November and then give your lawn its last regular mow.December – If there’s a dry day and the lawn is looking unruly then give it a trim to neaten it up.Alternating the direction of the cut will improve the thickness of your lawn and control thick meadow grasses. Never cut your grass shorter than 1 – 1.1/2 inches and never remove more than 1/3 of its overall length at one time. Do not scalp the grass especially in dry weather and always avoid cutting the grass when it’s wet. Always leave it a couple of days after a shower before getting the mower out.

Posted by Pennine Lawn Care on Thursday, 18 July 2019

Make sure you’re keeping on top of your mowing! 

Would you like to be on our fortnightly mowing schedule? From only £10! Take the stress out of keeping on top of your lawn this coming growing season – March to October. Get in touch via messenger to book your FREE lawn analysis where we give you on the spot, no obligation, honest prices! ???

Posted by Pennine Lawn Care on Friday, 5 April 2019

Would you like to be on our fortnightly mowing schedule? From only £10!

Take the stress out of keeping on top of your lawn this coming growing season – March to October. 

Get in touch via messenger to book your FREE lawn analysis where we give you on the spot, no obligation, honest prices!

Before, during and after our lawn renovations! The difference in the original grass alone, is amazing, never mind the borders and new growth. This transformation took 8 weeks but my goodness it’s worth it. There’s nothing better than a well looked after lawn! ??

Posted by Pennine Lawn Care on Thursday, 18 July 2019

Our Lawn – The Full Story
Before, during and after our lawn renovations! The difference in the original grass alone, is amazing, never mind the borders and new growth. 

This transformation took 8 weeks but my goodness it’s worth it. There’s nothing better than a well looked after lawn!