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Celebrating the Great British Lawn - Happy St George's Day!

ImagesHaving a lawn is a very traditional British concept. There is nothing quite like it so take time today to stroll over it and marvel at the concept of so many tinly plants living in harmony with each other and a few alien species too maybe like weeds and moss.

Enjoy the relaxing concept of mowing it and the smell of fresh mown grass up your nose - don't you just love it? Then take a harder look at the content of the lawn and be thought provoking about how you may improve it this year.

Least of all, don't forget to fertilise it after you have mown. This spring season is really traditional, the daffodils are out in full bloom as is the tree blossom and the spring rush of grass growth is under way!

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