Following Government advice and guidance concerning the Coronavirus outbreak, I have taken the decision to suspend lawn treatments and visits whilst travel restrictions remain in place. With all Government guidance urging the nation to come together to fight the spread of the virus I feel that this is the only course of action at this difficult time.
Even the most well tended lawn can develop bare patches. Leaving footballs on the grass, spillages, moles, large weeds, dog damage and even winter leaves can cause areas of your lawn to die off. But what is the best way to a lawn patch repair and fix up these areas? Here is my pictorial guide to repairing a damaged lawn.
In the hot summer of 2018 I was called to a beautiful home in Exeter. The owner was having great difficulty with their lawn and had become thoroughly fed up with it. It needed a complete lawn regeneration treatment. This was the state of the lawn when I surveyed it in summer 2018: Problems with the lawn The… Read More »