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The Benefits of Turfing your Lawn in Winter

Winter may seem like an odd time of year to choose to lay turf – but in actual fact, it brings with it huge advantages to the home gardener. In the winter months, the soil can be prepared and the turf laid in exactly the same way as in the summer, but with numerous benefits. At Lindow Lawn Turf, we supply the finest cheap turf Manchester has to offer all year round – and these are our favourite reasons to lay it in the winter.

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3 Reasons Why You Should Invest in Topsoil This Winter

As winter closes in and the plants in your garden die off or become dormant, you may think that you won’t have anything to do in your garden until spring arrives. If, like us, you love gardening, you may even feel a touch of melancholy. However, before you put away your gardening tools for the winter, there’s one last thing you should do.

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3 Top Tips: Caring For New Turf

Fresh turf can completely transform your garden – removing moss-filled, diseased or worn out lawn with lush new greenery.

But after you’ve had your new lawn laid by turf suppliers Manchester, it is just as important to ensure it beds in well and puts down roots so your garden will look great for years to come.

The first four weeks are the most important for new turf and we’ve put together some tips to help you care for your new turf.

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Make the Most of Your Lawn this Autumn

Although the hottest part of the year is now over, there’s still plenty of time to get outside and enjoy your garden before winter arrives. In some ways, autumn is actually the best time of year to use your lawn. During this time of year, the weather isn’t too hot or too cold. What’s more, the pollen count is much lower than during the spring or summer, meaning that you can get out in the garden even if you suffer from allergies. But what autumnal activities can you use your lawn for? We’ve come up with a list of ideas that we think you’ll enjoy.

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How to Repair a Lawn Damaged by Dog Urine

If you have a dog in your household, keeping your lawn looking good can be a challenge. In addition to the damage caused by the claws of dogs playing on the grass, their urine can cause areas of unsightly scorching which might not grow back. The nitrogen contained in dog pee is highly concentrated and it’s that which burns the grass plants and eventually kills them.

So, how do you fix the problem?

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