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Creating A New Lawn

Advice on how to prepare for and lay your new Rolawn turf, when to apply fertiliser and how to choose the correct turf for your garden.

How to lay turf

Rolawn's step-by-step guide to preparing for and laying a beautiful new lawn.

How to sow a lawn from seed

A quick and easy guide telling you how to create a new lawn from seed.

When to lay turf and seed

Rolawn explains when and how quickly turf should be laid and when to seed your lawn.

Preparing to lay turf

Discover everything you need to know about preparing your area for your new Rolawn turf and how to calculate how much turf you require for the project.

How to identify quality turf

Quality turf begins with the best blend of top rated seed. Here we discover how to identify quality turf and why turf will vary from different suppliers.

Why Rolawn turf is the very best

With over 40 years of experience, continuous development and technical innovation, find out why Rolawn turf is the very best in the business.

Heating in turf rolls: why and what to do

It is crucial to lay your new turf within 24 hours in autumn/winter and immediately in spring/summer - our article explains why this is so important and what you can do to reduce turf heat stress.

Shaded lawns - turf choice and maintenance

How to choose turf suitable for shaded areas and ensure a healthy lawn through correct maintenance.

How to use GroRight® Lawn Establishment Fertiliser

Guidance on how to use GroRight® Lawn Establishment Fertiliser before laying a new lawn, sowing lawn seed or as a top feed to replenish nutrients in an existing lawn.

Natural lawns - did you know?

9 reasons why you should have a natural lawn and how lawns can benefit you, your family and the environment.

How to measure your lawn

Guidance explaining how to measure the area of your lawn to calculate how much turf you need.

Rolawn Oxygrid™

Degradable netting called Oxygrid™ enables Rolawn to deliver a technically superior product that has improved rapid rooting and more aggressive establishment characteristics than traditional turf, whilst also providing significant environmental benefits.