10 ways to love your lawn
Love is in the air this month at icanlawn.com HQ! So, for all the lawn lovers out there, we have put together a list of ten ways that you can love your lawn better
Looking after your garden in January
While typical gardening jobs might be out of the question in January, there are a number of jobs you can do in your garden to help you prepare for Spring.
Winter lawn diseases and how to treat them
During winter, your lawn can take a bit of a battering. Heavy rainfall, cool winds, snow, and frost all have a part to play in your winter lawn troubles.
Winter lawn care tips
At this time of year, gardening activities begin to wind down. Lawnmowers are tucked away, and gardening gloves have been replaced with your favourite winter woollies.
The last grass cut of the season
In some parts of the UK our last grass cuts of the season may have taken place as far back as October, but for others in milder areas you may be considering when it’s time to put the mower into hibernation.
When should I stop mowing my lawn?
As the nights begin to draw in and your grass growth slows down, you may be wondering when it’s time to give your lawn its last mow of the season.
Autumn grass seed sowing guide
Although you may be ready to put away your gardening tools and pull on your autumn wardrobe as soon as September hits, there’s still plenty of time to get some Autumn seeding done – whether it’s a quick repair or full renovation.
How to keep birds away from grass seed
Picture this - you’ve just done an amazing job of sowing your new seed, and suddenly in one fell swoop a flock of birds are snacking on it! We share some helpful tips on how to keep birds away from your grass seed!
Can I sow grass seed in August?
As summer seems to draw to a close, you may be questioning whether you can do some late summer sowing or not. And a question we often hear is "can I sow grass seed in August?".
5 tips for better mowing
There’s nothing quite as nice as the smell of freshly cut grass and the sight of a neatly trimmed lawn, but could you be mowing better?