We love laying new lawn for a client, and were recently able to put a new one down for a client in Wick.
This new front lawn looks great - and if you don't believe us, check out these photos!
Turf laying is one of the wide range of services we offer here at Lawn & Weed Expert. We're so happy with how this lawn in Wick has turned out, and it's only going to look better over time as the new grass grows in.
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.
Winter can be a pretty gloomy time of year – it’s cold, it’s dark, and all you want is to be cuddled up somewhere warm with a hot drink and some fluffy socks on.
While we have the option to tuck away somewhere and take shelter from the cold, our garden plants don’t, so it falls to us to do everything we can to protect them from the cold.
If you’ve found your way to this blog, you’re more than likely wondering when is the best time of day to mow your lawn?
When it comes to lawn mowing, there’s rarely a one-size-fits-all answer as to when and how regularly you should be mowing the lawn. There are many different factors to take into consideration; what season is it? How has the weather been? When was the last time you mowed?
‘Lawn food’ and ‘lawn fertiliser’ are two terms that are often used synonymously, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they are the same thing.
To be able to answer the question ‘are lawn food and lawn fertiliser the same thing?’, we need to get a more accurate understanding of what they actually are and what defines them.
So, without further ado, let’s get into it!