ant infestation

If you're planning on getting your lawn and garden in ship-shape, it's important to be aware of certain pests that can ruin the appearance and quality of your lawn. 

One of these pests is the renowned ant. They are tiny yet mighty when it comes to damaging your garden plants! In this blog, we'll go through some ways in which you can get rid of ants in your garden. 


Lawn care rules

Your lawn is a living thing, and like all living things, it will deteriorate as it gets older.

As with a car or a boiler, getting your lawn serviced on a regular basis keeps it in good condition and helps you to avoid big repair bills. Replacing a damaged lawn with new turf is expensive - it is much cheaper to look after what you have.


lawn wetting

The weather can have an enormous effect on the health and appearance of your lawn. We've all seen what grass looks like after a prolonged dry spell - so it's important to be prepared for whatever conditions the next summer season is likely to bring.

It may seem a bit early in the year to start worrying about drought, but lawn care is all about planning ahead. By applying what is called a 'lawn wetting agent' to your grass before summer arrives, you can significantly reduce the impact of hot and dry weather on your garden lawn.


lawn reset

If you want your lawn looking happy and healthy for the warmer weather, we don't blame you! There's nothing quite like enjoying your outdoor space in the sunshine. We know how important it is to be able to sit outside and soak up the vitamin D (when the British weather allows!). 

To ensure that you can make the most of your garden whenever you want, we offer a variety of seasonal lawn treatments. Here's how we refresh and reset your lawn so you can have a happy and healthy lawn this summer after wilting away in the cold winter weather...


person manually aeration lawn with gardening pitchfork - what does lawn aeration do and how does it work?

Lawn aeration, also commonly known as spiking, is the process of puncturing the surface of your lawn with long, thin metal rods to help relieve compaction.

If you’ve found your way to this blog, you’re likely wondering exactly what aeration is, and how it works to improve the health and overall aesthetic of your lawn. More...

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