five creative lawn design ideas

One of the greatest things about outdoor spaces is how versatile they are. No matter what environment you’re looking to create in your garden, your imagination is the only limit!

Whether your outdoor space will be used for relaxing and unwinding, socialising with friends and family, or working hard to grow delicious produce, the potential for your garden is limitless.


dog playing with hose pipe in summery gardern - july lawn care and july lawn care tips

The summer is one of the busiest times of year for our lawns! From barbeques to water fights your lawn sees a lot of action, so it’s important to make sure that you’re doing all you can to keep it in tip-top shape.

As the seasons change, so does the care your lawn needs to stay healthy. The lawn care professionals here at Lawn & Weed Expert have put together this handy blog to help guide you on the best way to keep your lawn fresh as a daisy (no pun intended) this summer!


moss growth - what is the best way to get rid of moss?

Moss is an incredibly fascinating plant – did you know that its history dates back over 450 million years? Unlike most other plants, moss doesn’t have roots! Instead, it has rhizoids - small hair-like structures that anchor them to the plant, rock, bark, or soil the moss is growing against.

Whilst moss is undoubtedly an interesting plant, when it’s growing in unwanted places it can be a bit of a problem. Moss retains a lot of moisture and, if left unattended, this can cause damage. More...

artificial sports turn with flag - is artificial grass going to be banned in wales?

Used for the first time in the 1960’s, artificial grass has increased in popularity over the years and become the go-to option for those looking for a low maintenance and easy-to-handle alternative to traditional grass lawns.

Artificial turf is commonly used in sports stadiums, particularly sheltered sports stadiums where natural grass wouldn’t be able to receive enough sunlight for photosynthesis to survive. More...

brown and wilted grass - how long can grass survive without water?

Grass can survive several weeks without water. One of the ways in which grass is able to survive these conditions is by going dormant. In this state, grass is commonly assumed to be dead.

Without water grass will go dormant, turning brown, dull, and lifeless. Many will be quick to assume that this means that the grass is dead, but that isn’t necessarily the case. When your grass goes dormant, it enters a state where it is in a better position to conserve its resources for survival until conditions improve.


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