Lawn care seasonal guide - Lawnspiration

Lawn care seasonal guide

Winter

As the weather cools down in winter, lawn growth slows.
But that doesn’t mean you should neglect yours!

Water

WATER LESS

…as the weather cools down.

MOW LESS, BUT REGULARLY

…and keep the cut longer. Mowing prevents
thatch build up and helps control weeds.
MOWING MADE EASY

AERATE

…the lawn to give it a chance to breathe and
replenish its health from the roots up.
AERATING YOUR LAWN

FERTILISE

…to keep your lawn healthy. Only some
varieties will require fertilising around
July. Consult your turf supplier for
fertilising advice.
FERTILISING TIP

Spring

The birds are singing, the bees are buzzing and your lawn is ready to grow.

Tip: Aerate

AERATE

…if your soil is compacted.
AERATING YOUR LAWN

LAY NEW TURF

…if your lawn needs a complete renovation.
LAYING TURF

REMOVE WEEDS

…with a herbicide if your lawn is overrun,
or by hand if you have just a few.
WEEDS AND PESTS

MOW

…only the tops of the grass in early spring to
allow more air and warmth to penetrate the
lawn, creating a luscious healthy covering.
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DETHATCH

…as the lawn will regenerate well
in warmer temperatures.
HOW TO DETHATCH

FERTILISE

…in early Spring to make
your lawn lush and green
through the warmer months.
FERTILISING TIPS

Summer

Show your lawn some summer loving for a green and luscious lawn in no time.

MOW

…the lawn at least every two weeks.
Avoid mowing on really hot days.
MOWING MADE EASY

WATER YOUR LAWN

…at least once a week in the early morning or
late afternoon to minimise evaporation.
MORE ABOUT WATERING

FERTILISE

…early in the summer season to give your
lawn a nutrient boost.
FERTILISING TIPS

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Autumn

Autumn is the time to prepare your lawn for
the cooler months ahead, when growth slows.

MOW YOUR LAWN A LITTLE LONGER

…by raising the height of your mower a couple of notches.
This will help your lawn absorb more sunlight
and protect it from cooler weather.

ATTACK WEEDS AND GRUBS

…if you notice them appearing. General
broad leaf weed killer takes care of most.
WEEDS & PESTS TIPS

FERTILISE

…with slow-release, granular fertiliser
in early to mid autumn.
FERTILISING TIPS

DETHATCH

…to remove older grass and mulch build-up,
and encourage new and thick growth.
HOW TO DETHATCH