Care Tips For Newly Laid Turf

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Purchasing new turf can be both a big and costly decision, but once it has been laid and a few weeks have passed they’ll be impressed by the flourish of green within your garden. You will want to keep this high standard for the following months to come, to do this there are some tips… Read more »

Lawn Aeration – The Facts!

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Your lawn requires different types of treatment over the course of a year to keep it looking healthy and happy. Lawn aeration is one of these treatments, and it has a number of benefits. This process is usually completed towards the later stages of the year when the growing season is finished, and you have… Read more »

Lawn Scarifying Advice

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An excess build-up of thatch on a lawn doesn’t just look unsightly, it can also damage the grass underneath and suffocate perfectly healthy turf. Lawn scarification is a good solution for this. You can perform this function as part of your regular turf maintenance and keep your lawn in the best possible shape throughout the… Read more »

The Worst Things You Can Do To Turf

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It’s plainly obvious we rate turf really highly here at Greendale Turf Supplies and know that a healthy lawn makes your garden look gorgeous. Did you know you can totally ruin the look of turf though, by breaking a few guidelines? Here we explain the very worst things you can do to your turf. Not… Read more »

Lawn Care for Spring and Summer

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Seasonal care advice for turf As we tentatively step into the spring our attention naturally turns to turf care as we begin to look at our lawn properly for the first time in months.  Have new turf laid and you’ll want to ensure it’s full of life and vigour, here’s what we suggest at Greendale… Read more »

Garden Maintenance Tips for December

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Essential gardening tasks in December There are some essential gardening tasks you will need to complete throughout December to ensure your garden’s in the best state for you to enjoy in the spring.