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July 2017

  1. Save your lawn from dying

    Save your lawn from dying
    Is your lawn dying? Does it look dull and pale? Want to know the reason? This infographic explains what really could be the reason behind your dying lawn. Read on to know more. Continue reading →
  2. Lawn Mower and you - Tips to Mow Your Lawn Safely (Infographic)

    Lawn Mower and you - Tips to Mow Your Lawn Safely (Infographic)
    Every garden owner knows the importance of mower and how critical it is a tool for a perfect lawn. Read this infographic to know the safety measures that you should follow while mowing your lawn using a mower. Continue reading →
  3. How to deal with fungus in your lawn turf

    How to deal with fungus in your lawn turf
    If your new lawn turf begins to develop dead-looking brown areas, ring marks or slimy patches, it is being attacked by a form of lawn fungus. Continue reading →
  4. 5 common Lawn Problems (Infographic)

    5 common Lawn Problems (Infographic)
    A lush green and great looking lawn require a lot of hard work and care. However, you may still be faced with many common lawn problems. Read this infographic to know more about the common lawn problems and how to combat them. Continue reading →
  5. Lawn care tricks to keep your lawn turf looking great

    Lawn care tricks to keep your lawn turf looking great
    There's no doubt an emerald green lawn really is the centrepiece of the garden, and it's not that hard to achieve if you follow these simple tricks for caring for your lawn turf. Continue reading →
  6. Unusual ways to use leftover lawn turf

    Unusual ways to use leftover lawn turf
    Laying lawn turf is the fastest and easiest way to create the lawn of your dreams. But what can you do with the leftovers once you've trimmed and edged or if you have a few turf rolls left over? Here are 5 unusual ways to use leftover lawn turf in your home and garden. Continue reading →
  7. The best way to use Landscaping bark in a London garden

    The best way to use Landscaping bark in a London garden
    Landscaping bark is a fantastic material to use in the garden. It's a biodegradable mulch that will not only suppress weeds but will help your soil retain moisture so you need to water less, protects plant roots from extreme temperatures and improves soil texture. It also looks beautiful too, adding a natural finish to your urban London garden. Continue reading →

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