If the state of your lawn after the wet and thoroughly miserable winter has reduced you to despair, the situation may not be as irreparable as your fear. With a little time and not necessarily a lot of money most lawns can be rescued.
Posted on 31 March 2014 by Rolawn
Now is a great time to make the most of any bright & dry days, as gardeners far and wide are making their final preparations for the winter.
Posted on 11 November 2013 by Rolawn
With winter on the horizon, it's time to tidy the garden and prepare for the cooler are making their final preparations for the winter.
Posted on 9 October 2013 by Rolawn
Where has the year gone? With the summer winding to a close, it's time to prepare for the autumn and winter months that lie ahead.
Posted on 4 September 2013 by Rolawn
Now that summer has finally arrived, it's time to start enjoying all of your hard work put in through the spring.
Posted on 11 July 2013 by Rolawn
Mowing is the most important maintenance operation for any lawn: without it you would not have a lawn.
Posted on 18 April 2013 by Rolawn
This winter has presented a particularly harsh time for our gardens. A combination of the freezing temperatures, snow fall and heavy rain will no doubt have left your garden looking a little worse for wear.
Posted on 21 March 2013 by Rolawn
Even with all the best advice in the world, growing a turf lawn can be problematic depending on one very important factor - shade.
Posted on 13 January 2012 by Rolawn
Worms are beneficial in the garden as their burrowing activities improve the aeration and drainage of the soil.
Posted on 27 October 2011 by Rolawn
We all love our dogs, but not when they destroy our turf. Animal urine, especially from dogs, is one of the leading problems all lawn owners face.
Posted on 16 June 2011 by Rolawn
The warm weather has been sprung upon us as spring time has finally arrived. For many, winter has been very cold and the early snow and persistent cold and wet weather will have undoubtedly led to garden turf being affected to some degree.
Posted on 13 April 2011 by Rolawn
Moles are all very well when their hills scatter the grass verges at the roadside - they lend a picturesque feel to a rural lane - but when molehills start popping up all over your lawn and ruining the view, it means war. Lawn care can become twice as hard when moles are present.
Posted on 28 May 2008 by Rolawn