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5 Ways To Better Use Your Fallen Leaves This Autumn

Because bagging them up and throwing them just pointless. Let me just get this out of the way nice and early — autumn is pretty darn awesome. There isn’t the mood-sapping, finger-numbing, garden-wilting misery of winter, nor does it make you wonder how it’s possible for a human being to sweat so much as you [read more]

8 Reasons Why Earthworms Are Lawn Care Heroes

They really are awesome members of your lawn care team. To some, earthworms are slimy, gross, freaky-looking things that can breathe through their skin (which makes them even more freaky and gross). To others, an earthworm called Jim was the star of a short-lived cartoon circa 1995. To our very own, Simon, earthworms are fantastic [read more]

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September Lawn Care: Your Ultimate Guide To Smashing It

September – NOT October – is the best month for autumn lawn care, and here’s everything you need to know. Now, I’m not saying that I should have been the lead singer of The Temptations, but if I had stumbled into one of their songwriting sessions, Papa Was A Rolling Stone would have gone a [read more]

The Beginner’s Guide To Lawn Care Power Tools

Everything you need to know about which power tools will make your lawn great again. Whenever someone walks into a room and says “what would you like first, the good news or the bad news?” the answer is always the bad news. Always. And it makes total sense. You want to get the nasty negatives [read more]

Everything You Need To Know About Lawn Thatch

Lawn care hacks: how to get rid of your lawn thatch. True story: I was only a wee nipper when I realised nothing beats the little things in life. Waking up on your birthday. Popping bubble wrap. Writing on a banana skin with a biro. Flipping your pillow over to the cool side – all [read more]

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