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.
The past two weeks of hot weather (June 2013) seems to have spurred on grass into growth and caused a great many lawns to run to seed, making them look rather untidy. Grass going to seed causes lighter patches on a lawn and the grass plants themselves tend to grow thick, tough stems which can “fall over” preventing them from… Read More »
Thinking of overseeding your lawn? Here are the reasons why you should and some quick tips on how to overseed your lawn. The grasses in any lawn can thin over time, causing bare patches and weak areas. This can be caused by many reasons including compaction, increased shade from shrubs or trees growing over the lawn, minor changes in… Read More »