Although ants aren't the most welcome sight in your garden, they're not always a sign of impending doom. In fact, seeing a few ants every now and then is a sign of a healthy ecosystem and thriving biodiversity.
However, a full-on ant infestation is a different story, especially if you're garden proud.
In this blog post, we'll answer three related questions: how much of a problem are ants, what attracts them to your garden, and how can you get rid of them?
While moss can be picturesque and charming plant to observe in the wilds of a forest, when it comes to your lawn, it’s a much less welcome sight. There are different techniques you can utilise when it comes to the prevention and removal of moss, but what can lawn aeration do to help gardens with a moss problem?
When you find bald patches on your lawn, it's a clear indication that something is not quite right. It could be a sign that your lawn is undernourished, that it's been plagued by pests or disease, or that it's dried out and died in the sun. There are a whole host of reasons why your lawn might have bald patches, which can make it difficult to diagnose the cause. That's where the Lawn and Weed Expert team can step in. We have decades of experience treating dry patches on lawns, so we should be able to get your garden back on track in no time!
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Let's take a closer look at some of the most common reasons people find bald patches on their lawn. When you can identify the cause of the bald patches, you can use effective treatments to encourage your lawn to grow again.
Times are a little hard right now. The cost of living is going up, forcing UK households to stretch every pound as far as it will go.
However, despite increases in material costs and fuel prices, we at Lawn & Weed Expert are keeping the same prices for all existing customers (unlike other lawn care providers, many of whom have been raising their prices recently). And to help you save even more money, we will give you a FREE aeration / spiking when you book a lawn scarification!
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Mowing your lawn is one of those chores that always seems to need doing, particularly in the warmer months when grass is at its fastest growing speed. It can be very easy to say “I’ll do it tomorrow”, the day that never comes, and before you know it you’ve got knee high grass and a lawn mower covered with a thick layer of dust!
Leaving your lawn for a day or two might seem like an innocent delay, but leaving grass to grow for excessively long periods of time can actually have adverse effects on your lawn.