Second to “I want a grass that is low maintenance”, the next most popular request would likely be for a “grass that can grow in the shade”.
There are a variety of factors that affect grass growing conditions, such as, sunlight, moisture and temperature.
If you look around your garden and feel like something is missing, dare we say, maybe even a touch boring… perhaps it is time to consider what you can do to take your outdoor living space to the next level.
Somewhere along the line, in our opinion, low maintenance has become a crazy catch phrase that is interpreted differently by all who hear it.
Calculating the size of the area as accurately as possible is an important first step to organising your turf project.
What is Evaporation? Knowing that the long hot days can roll on for weeks or months, what does evaporation really mean in the terms of your lawn and plants?
It certainly sounds like a timesaving solution, but unfortunately, it is not as easy as that.
"Old ways won't open new doors."
Plants need nutrients to grow, so when it comes to turf, it all starts with the soil.
Help your lawn develop its own natural cycle by leaving some of the grass clippings behind during Summer months to feed and enrich the soil.
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