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How does your lawn mower actually fare in winter? There are one or two points to bear in mind when storing your lawn mower over the cold months so that it will get off to a good start again in the spring.
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The bright leaves of autumn may look beautiful; but when the fall comes and they pile up on the ground they can be a real chore for gardeners. Read our quick guide to clearing leaves.
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Heavy rains and recent flooding has left many lawns waterlogged. Nature has a wonderful way of recovering from these things, but a few points considered now could give it a helping hand.
Usually two fertiliser applications (spring & late summer) per year are enough, provided that cuttings are not regularly returned to the lawn through mulch mowing.
Spring is the time to seed or lay a new lawn, to repair, feed and treat an existing one. It's also the time to start mowing, so get the lawn mower blades sharpened and ready to go. A few simple tasks at the start of the year will pay dividends for your lawn in the seasons to come.
A beautiful lawn has a hard life. Every summer sees it suffer from the stresses of wandering feet, periods of hot weather and a number of diseases that can strike even the best cared-for lawns. Here is some information on the most common lawn problems and what you can do about them: