I received this interesting question about a lawn at the opposite end of the British Isles to me. A reader asks about how to keep moss away on his lawn in the north of Scotland. Keeping moss at bay is difficult in the UK even at the best of times, but the long, dark, wet winters of Scotland make this task even more challenging. I give some tips here.
I received this question in January 2018 by a reader Mike, who asks about his town house lawn. I have just moved into a town house with a north facing back garden. The soil in the back garden has a lot of clay. The current grass is not doing well, and the ground is very soggy, wet, and… Read More »
Liverwort is the common name for the family of a primitive, ancient organisms which are only an issue on the most difficult, shadiest areas and at the edges of lawns in all regions of the UK. They are not a weeds in the traditional sense because they are not plants. Liverworts are Bryophytes, more related to mosses and ferns. They… Read More »