Tag: lawn care tips

Howdy! Weather in March seems like it’s going to be a mixed bag! Today alone, sunny and then snowing, it can’t make its mind up so don’t be rushing in to any heavy renovations just yet. You may have a lawn that’s looking a little bare or sad after the winter we’ve had and it…
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Hey there! We hope you’re all doing well. As always, we provide our existing customers with quarterly newsletters and you can view this by clicking on the image below: Happy reading! Please feel free to leave comments/questions! Speak soon! X
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We hope you all had a fantastic Christmas and wish you the happiest, healthiest and most successful year for 2016. Our Christmas consisted of copious amounts of wine, bucks fizz, port, mince pies, boxes of chocolates and pigs in blankets and we’re still feeling very full, not that we’re complaining! Anyway… Nothing better than getting…
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The image above makes me laugh so much! It’s exactly how I feel and probably most of you out there too. So… it is October which means it’s coming to the end of the main lawn care season BOOOOO! In the last month of regular maintenance and care you should make sure you’re doing the…
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  The featured image above shows a lawn which has recovered from all 4 services. As you can see, it looks great and is completely healthy! BOOK NOW to avoid any disappointment! Any questions – please get in touch, I’ll be happy to help!
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HOWDY!  I know this is a little late and I do apologise for that but here are your August lawn care tips: Soooooo where is the summer? Seriously! We we expecting a scorcher of an August and it’s so meh. Your lawns will be wondering what’s happening so if you follow some or all of…
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Howdy! I’m sorry to say it but… HOW HOT IS IT?! We’re not complaining but WOWZAAA! Summer is definitely here. As it’s so hot we thought we’d give you a few tips on how to manage your lawn and garden in heat. I hope having a read and it helps to keep those lawns looking…
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This wet weather is annoying but your lawns will be loving the moisture. However, so will any lawn conditions, pests and diseases so please watch out for any changes in colour, bald patches and/or lawn sponginess (feels like you’re walking on sponges.) Anyway… here are our Lawn Care tips for May. We hope you enjoy…
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