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Lawn Care

Subcategories from this category: Lawn care to garden projects

When it comes to small gardens, limited space doesn’t mean sacrificing style and comfort. In fact, with less ground to cover, a small garden can offer the ideal opportunity to pull off a bold design, or simply just an excuse to try something new. From garden mirrors and wall-mounted planters, optical illusions and budget-friendly tips—find out how you can make the most of your outdoors with this handy guide from Wayfair UK.
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In the not too distant past, artificial grass was usually confined to sports pitches and greengrocers’ windows. Over the last decade or so though, a lot has changed. As manufacturing techniques improve, artificial grass is starting to look more and more like the real thing. The result is that the much maligned fake stuff is increasingly starting to find its way into our back gardens as an alternative to real turf.

 

Arguably it’s not just increased realism that is fuelling this uptake. The increasingly busy lifestyle of families with two working parents has created a market for convenience that has seen the low maintenance artificial grass lawn go from strength to strength.

 

Can it ever replace the real thing, however? Well, whilst that question may ultimately come down to tast, let's take a quick look at the pros and cons of both to get an idea of what each can offer.

 

 

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Autumn and spring are the best times of year to remove moss, thatch and dead organic matter from the surface of your lawn.  This is
called scarification or scarifying and is an essential part of cultured turf or lawn management.  The aim of scarifying is to remove these organic matters from your lawn surface giving the grasses in your lawn more space thus letting in air and encouraging new growth.
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