Our experience at Organic Lawn has taught us that domestic lawns look better when mown at the top setting. Usually about 50-70 mm hight (approximately 2 – 2.75 inches. Domestic lawns are very different to sports turf, such as bowling greens or golf courses. Sports grass needs to be smooth enough to roll a ballContinue reading “Lawn Mowing – how high should I mow my lawn?”
Moss can occur when your lawn is unhealthy. Improving your lawn can help to reduce moss.
Anti-moss Lawn Fertiliser Why is our organic based, RHS endorsed, anti-moss fertiliser so popular? Your lawn is rid of moss, the grass is fed, and the soil is improve, all in one. It destroys the moss without leaving any black debris as no chemicals are used. The dead moss is actually digested by the healthyContinue reading “Why is our organic based, RHS endorsed, anti-moss fertiliser so popular?”
How does organic lawn care benefit your soil?
What type of soil do we have in Kent and East Sussex and how does it affect our lawns?