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  1. When to put grass seed down UK

    When to put grass seed down UK

    Knowing when to put grass seed down in the UK will ensure your grass grows as well as it can. This can be tricky since our weather can be quite sporadic, going from cold and dry to warm and wet – sometimes on the same day! However, keep reading for helpful tips on how to know the right time and conditions to put grass seed down in the UK.

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  2. Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award Winners 2023

    Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award Winners 2023

    We are proud to announce that we have won the Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award, an independent seal of excellence which recognises businesses that consistently deliver a world-class customer experience.

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  3. Will grass seed grow if you just throw it on the ground?

    Will grass seed grow if you just throw it on the ground?

    A simple answer to this question is yes – some grass can grow if you just throw it on the ground. However, your garden will likely have uneven coverage that will lead to a patchy lawn, so it is better to prep your lawn properly. Below, we tell you how to get the perfect seedbed and ensure that your grass grows.

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  4. When to plant grass seed

    When to plant grass seed

    Knowing when to plant grass seed is one of the key things that ensure your lawn grows well and is as green and healthy as it can be. The best time to plant grass seed is when temperatures are forecast to be consistently warm and above 10 degrees for at least a fortnight, when you know you’ve picked the correct seed type for your soil and when your seedbed is perfectly prepared for planting grass seed.

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  5. How to make grass green fast

    How to make grass green fast

    Homeowners dream of having a lush, green lawn all year round to make their gardens feel complete. If yours is looking a bit under the weather, then follow our helpful tips on how to make grass green fast.

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  6. How to overseed a lawn

    How to overseed a lawn

    Keeping your lawn in top condition will require a little care throughout the year, and we are here to share our advice on how to overseed a lawn. Our simple step-by-step guide will ensure that your garden grass is growing green and luscious again in no time.

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  7. The best wildflowers for bees

    The best wildflowers for bees

    Bees are easily drawn to the bright colour, sweet-smell, and moreish taste of wildflowers. Whilst this may attract them initially, the main thing that matters is that they get their share of nectar to fuel their busy lifestyles. We’ve picked just a few of their favourites that you can plant in your garden to make them absolutely buzzing to be there!

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  8. 7 ways to help garden wildlife this winter

    7 ways to help garden wildlife this winter

    The winter is a time when we slow down and spend more time enjoying the warmth of indoors. Meanwhile, the local wildlife in the area surrounding your house is as busy as ever. Birds, hedgehogs, and squirrels (to name a few) are looking for food and somewhere to call home for the cold months ahead. Therefore, there has never been a better time to give them a helping hand and make their life a bit easier!

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  9. Can wildflowers grow in shade?

    Can wildflowers grow in shade?

    We all strive to create the most beautiful garden within the space available to us. However, most gardens have areas shaded from the sun, causing them to struggle to flourish as well as others. In situations like this, we advise planting gorgeous woodland wildflowers since they grow incredibly well in the shade!

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  10. Can wildflowers grow in clay soil?

    Can wildflowers grow in clay soil?

    Successfully growing anything in clay soil can be difficult and often leaves most people scratching their heads. However, did you know many species of wildflowers love clay soil? So, instead of digging up your garden soil and replacing it, why not try adding wildflowers for a delightful display of colour that also gives bees and pollinators more food?

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