While it's commonly believed that grass stops growing during the winter months due to cold weather, this is actually a misconception.
During mild spells, grass does actually continue growing in winter (albeit at a far slower rate than usual). As such, neglecting your lawn during this time can be a regrettable oversight.
Winter is Coming
Keeping your grass healthy and keeping moss at bay should be your top priorities in winter. (Promoting grass growth takes a back seat.) More...
Over the course of the wintertime, heavy rain and adverse weather can take its toll on your garden, leaving your lawn looking boggy and soggy and leaving you in quite the quagmire of your own.
To help ensure your garden stays in tip-top condition, follow these top tips from the experts and keep your lawn above water this winter.
Preventing a Muddy Lawn in Winter
As the old saying goes, prevention is better than a cure – not to mention, in the case of gardening, far easier to implement! More...
When it comes to garnishing your house with yuletide trimmings and festive cheer, there are few artistic additions that make a seasonal statement quite like outdoor Christmas decorations.
From homely holly wreaths gloriously gracing the front door to stunning icicle lights majestically hanging from your roof, bringing the Christmas spirit to you outside space can be hugely effective. More...
Winter can be a harsh season for the great outdoors, taking its toll on everything from animals to flowers and all that lies in between.
Jack Frost doesn't make it easy - not for wildlife, and certainly not for plant life. The seasonal combination of cold weather and frosty conditions make for a formidable tag team.
Luckily, there are a few ways you can protect your garden from the detrimental effects of the winter cold.
This handy guide will help your garden lawn make it through the cold and come out the other side unscathed, fit and ready to spring into action and soak up the summer sun.
Will Frost Damage My Lawn?
In short, the answer to this is almost entirely dependent on how you treat your lawn during periods of cold weather and frosty conditions. More...
Taking care of your lawn on a daily, weekly or monthly basis can be a real pain the grass, especially if your green fingers are out of practice.
However, you don’t need to have a lust for lawns that rivals Alan Titchmarsh to grow a lush green garden.
In fact, turning your pitiful patch into the perfect plot could be as simple as cutting out your bad habits.
Weed out your faults now with this handy list of common lawn care mistakes and turn your struggling yard into the king of the hill.