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  1. Why Autumn is just as good as Spring to Lay Turf

    Why Autumn is just as good as Spring to Lay Turf
    When many people plan to plant and install lawn turf, they’ll often think of the spring season. This is likely because when we think of Spring, the first things that come to mind are growth, new life and warmer weather. Therefore autumn, perhaps due to it conjuring up images of falling leaves, cooling temperatures and shorter days, is often overlooked...
  2. Getting the best from winter pruning while producing garden compost

    Getting the best from winter pruning while producing garden compost
    The keen gardener will want to take every opportunity that the sometimes harsh British winter seldom affords to keep their gardens well maintained. They will also be fully aware that there is always something to be done and winter can be a great time for essential pruning and for creating some fresh garden compost. Continue reading →
  3. Landscaping bark - One of your four secret gardening weapons this winter

    Landscaping bark - One of your four secret gardening weapons this winter
    Winter gardening seems like something only a hardcore gardener would commit to. When most of us think of winter, stepping into an icy cold garden likely ranks far behind things like snuggling up with a hot chocolate in front of the fire! Neglecting winter maintenance though can wreak havoc on a garden, even a low maintenance one. Here are our top four winter weapons for your garden this winter. Continue reading →
  4. A guide to turf laying in the summertime

    A guide to turf laying in the summertime
    A beautiful, emerald green, roll-on lawn turf can add instant kerb appeal to your home. However, laying a roll-on lawn in hot weather presents its own special set of challenges. Here are some helpful tips on how to ensure that your summer turf laying project is a success. Continue reading →
  5. How to stop the hot weather ruining your lawn

    How to stop the hot weather ruining your lawn
    Whilst there's a lot to love about the increasingly hot British summers, there's no denying that the baking sun can be a risk to your lawn. With that in mind, we've put together this guide on how to keep your lawn in tip-top condition when the sun's at its hottest. Continue reading →
  6. Turf laying in spring/summer: things to consider

    Turf laying in spring/summer: things to consider
    As temperatures begin to increase, prime turf laying season in the UK is now upon us. Of course, it can be tempting to rush into proceedings in order to get your garden ready for the summer, but before getting too hasty there are a number of things to consider, which we’ll take a look at below: Continue reading →
  7. Everything You Need to Know for Your Winter Gardening

    Everything You Need to Know for Your Winter Gardening
      The sun has retreated from your garden, but that doesn’t mean that you have to. It’s tempting, in the winter, to halt your gardening and spend your time indoors, dreaming of the spring blooms you’ll be seeing soon. However, don’t hang up those gardening gloves just yet! The London Lawn Turf Company are here to let you know that there’s plenty of winter gardening tasks that can be done in order to get the very most out of your garden once the weather warms. Continue reading →
  8. Winter Garden Landscaping: Don't Neglect Your Garden This Season

    Winter Garden Landscaping: Don't Neglect Your Garden This Season
      Autumn is a time when many gardeners are tempted to throw down their trowel and wait for the spring sun to draw them back into the garden again. However, you could be missing wonderful gardening opportunities. The London Lawn Turf spoke recently about the planting you can do in autumn, but there are plenty of other winter garden landscaping jobs you can do now that will help your garden through the colder seasons. Continue reading →
  9. What You Should Be Planting in Autumn

    What You Should Be Planting in Autumn
      With the turn of the season, garden parties begin to dwindle and your lawn gets coated in dark leaves and rain. You’d be forgiven for giving up on your garden through the autumn, waiting patiently for warmer months. However, autumn is actually an ideal time to be out amongst the hedgerows planting, as roots establish well at this time of year. At The London Lawn Turf Company, we’ve collected a little list of lovely plants to start planting in autumn. Continue reading →
  10. The Best Garden Lighting for Summer’s Evenings

    The Best Garden Lighting for Summer’s Evenings
    During the autumn and winter months, our main concern for garden lighting is often whether or not it keeps us and our guests warm during the evening. However, when it’s summertime and the weather has been wonderfully warm, we don’t need to worry so much about the chill in the air as it’s often a refreshing change. That doesn’t mean that we want our evening to be plunged into darkness, though. With that in mind, ignore winter’s chimineas and firepits and instead take a look at these aesthetically delightful lighting options to illuminate your summer nights. Continue reading →

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