Achieving the perfect, lush green lawn takes time, effort and a little patience. With a range of season treatments and specialist applications needed, it can sometimes be tempting to combine treatments to kill two birds with one stone, such as using lawn fertiliser to kill weeds. 

But does lawn fertiliser actually kills weeds? Can you save time on your lawn treatment by doing this? And what are the pitfalls of doing so? Well, if you find yourself asking any of these questions, this blog is for you! 

Here, we take a look at lawn fertiliser's ability to kill weeds and whether or not it is the right way to go for your lawn.

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If you've been looking into selling your home, you've probably heard the phrase 'kerb appeal' being mentioned. A huge amount of homeowners don't realise just how important kerb appeal is, but your potential buyer can lose interest in moving forward with your house before they even step through the door if they see something that they don't like. We Buy Any House have looked at the common problems that put potential buyers off and what you can do to avoid and resolve those issues!

Front lawn of a detached house

1. Look at your front door

Your front door should welcome in your potential buyers, but it can have them wanting to leave straight away if it's not in good condition. The door to your home is so important, and there are a couple of things that you can do to make it stand right out and increase the interest of your potential buyers. If your front door is old, a bit worn or quite scuffed, you might look at replacing it.

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So, you've spent a lot of time and energy growing the perfect lawn so your back garden can look like something out of a magazine, great. But it's now been a while since you last cut it and it's beginning to look like something out of Jungle Book and is desperate for a cut. The only question is, how short do you cut it? 

Having gone through so much effort caring for your lawn to get it just right, the last thing you want to do is destroy all of that hard work by cutting it too short and causing more harm than good, right? Right. 

So, in this blog, we look to offer a helping hand by giving you the information that you need to keep your lawn looking just the way you want by cutting it to the length required. 

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As with most things in life, proper lawn care requires a lot of time, attention and knowledge. Everyone hopes for their lawn to grow strong and healthy but sometimes, making small mistakes can deliver negative results. 

One of which involves the amount of grass seed used to grow your lawn. Whether you're growing from scratch or looking to fix unhealthy patches, knowing how much grass seed to use can be the difference between a lush, green lawn and an unhealthy one.

So, can you put down too much grass seed? What happens if you do? How much grass seed do you need for your lawn? 

In this blog, we answer all of these questions to make your lawn growing issues a thing of the past! 

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When it comes to lawn care and growing grass, there are many things that you need to consider to be able to achieve the perfect lush, green lawn that everyone dreams of. One of which is what type of soil is best for grass, and more specifically, your grass. 

In this blog, we take a closer look at this question, delving into the different types of soil that your garden may have and which is most suited to growing grass and achieving a strong, healthy lawn.

So, let's find out...

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history of lawns

If you're a homeowner with a lawn, you'll know first-hand how much care, attention and effort is needed to keep it looking good. Plenty of planning and preparation is needed to achieve that perfect piece of lush green grass that puts the icing on top of the cake that is your home. 

But where did lawns come from and why are they the epitome of every dream home? In this blog, Lawn & Weed Expert takes you through a brief history of lawns to find out exactly where it all started. 

So, without further ado, let's get into it...

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