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The Lawn Shop is open at the weekend

LogoThe weather is forecast to be a bit chilly this weekend and may not be conducive to head outside to do some gardening. 

The grass growth has now started to slow but dont't hesitate to give the lawn a mowing is if is not frosty but needs a trim ahead of the Christmas holidays.  It has been a bit of an odd lawn year.

The earthworms are having a bit of a frenzy on lawns currently and CastClear is the solution to controlling these pesky soil mounds on the lawn. The autumn leaves are starting to turn brown and fall across the garden and require your constant attention.  You can purchase this online from The Lawn Shop
What can you do to your lawn this weekend? 

Clear up the leaves, mow the lawn, aerate it and apply a late summer fertiliser application.  Repair any small worn areas with a little grass seed and maybe apply some Sulphate of Iron to retard any late summer moss growth.  This should keep you busy and work up a sweat.

Whatever you have planned this weekend, get some fresh air, take the dog for a walk and spend some quality time with your family in front of the fire.  Keep warm.

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