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Lawn Maintenance, Spring Lawn Care

Are You Ready for Lawn Moss Removal?

Lawn Moss Removal

You’ve had enough of the moss in your grass and are now ready to remove moss once and for all.  We’ve talked about preventing moss, now we need to look at lawn moss removal.  How do you get rid of moss when it is already in your lawn? Instead of unsightly yellow patches, you want to return […]

Lawn Maintenance, Spring Lawn Care

Treating Moss on Your Lawn? Do You Know These Amazing Facts?

Treat Moss

If you are treating moss on your lawn, it helps to understand this amazing small flowerless green plant. Moss has no true roots, loves damp habitats and reproduces by means of spores released from stalked capsules, according to one dictionary definition.  And moss has its fans (even if you aren’t one of them!). The international bestselling author […]

Lawn Maintenance, Spring Lawn Care

5 Proven Ways to Prevent Moss on Your Lawn

Prevent Moss

To prevent moss on your lawn, the secret is to focus on the grass and not on the moss. Because when conditions are bad for moss, your grass will thrive. So, here are some ways you can prevent a mossy lawn. Put these tips into practice and watch your grass grow and your lawn improve.   […]

Lawn Maintenance, Spring Lawn Care

Mossy Lawn – Recognise the 4 Early Warning Signs  

Mossy Lawn

Spring is here. St Patrick’s Day has welcomed green leprechaun hats, green shamrocks and, even, some sunshine. Everywhere is green except your mossy lawn.  So why do you have a mossy lawn and what can you do about it?   Take a look at these warning signs of mossy lawn and see which ones you recognise.   […]

Spring Lawn Care

Spring Grass Care: Dealing With Elongated Stems

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Spring Grass Care: Dealing With Elongated Stems   Spring Grass Care – Spring is well and truly on its way. Daffodils are in evidence as we wait for the grass to grow.   Ever present in quite a few lawns this year are elongated stems. As you see from the picture this can be a […]