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Summer 2014 – Leave Your Lawn to Take Care of Itself

Summer 2014 has officially begun, and with the kids soon to break up from school for 6 weeks it’s likely that you will be thinking about taking a well-deserved break. For gardeners with natural grass lawns, the thought of going away and leaving your garden unattended during the hottest months of the year can be…

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What to do in the Garden in July

July is often one of the hottest months of the year in the UK. Gardeners are never short of jobs to do in July, with tons of watering, planting and pest control to be done! Artificial Grass Direct are bringing you our 5 top tips about what you could be doing in the garden this…

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Artificial Grass – Would You Know the Difference?

Artificial grass has come a long way since it was first introduced as astro-turf back in the 1960’s. Come the start of the 21st Century, drastic advances in technology and materials have meant that it is now possible to have an artificial grass lawn which looks and feels just as good as its natural counterpart,…

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Summer Lovin’

While the British sun is notoriously unpredictable during summer, one thing you can rely on is your artificial grass lawn. For gardeners with natural grass lawns, they can spend all year cultivating, watering and mowing their lawns but when the heat comes, unsightly bare/brown patches can quickly begin to appear. We bring you 5 ways…

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What to do in The Garden in June

June is the month that gardeners look forward to all year long. Flowers are blooming, night frosts have all but disappeared and the days are longer, making spending time in the garden an absolute pleasure. By the time we get to June we have usually seen the back of late frosts so make the most…

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Moving House With Artificial Grass

The great British garden is considered to be an extension of the home – an outdoor room segregated for relaxation and recreation. 2014 has been labelled as the year to sell with property confidence hitting an all time high, so if you are thinking about selling up this year you might be interested to know…

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Hay Fever Season Has Arrived

 Bad news for hay fever sufferers, reports have warned that this year will be particularly bad for allergies. Dr Jean Emberlin, Director of Pollen UK, has predicted that this year the birch pollen hay fever season will hit the UK earlier than usual. She said: ‘This year’s birch pollen season is expected to start three…

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Keep Pets Happy and Healthy

It’s no secret, we are a nation of pet lovers, but are we risking our animal’s health by not keep their weight in check? A recent report looking at 200 vets and 1000 pet owners has revealed that a shocking amount of our cats and dogs are now classified as obese. The PFMA (Pet Food…

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What to do in The Garden in May

With May comes an explosion of flowers, warmer temperatures and the sweet smell of summer around the corner. May is usually characterised by warm days and cool nights, and gardeners should be taking advantage of the longer hours of daylight. Starting garden tasks early will almost certainly pay off, with an attractive looking landscape to…

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National Gardening Week 2014

How have you been celebrating National Gardening Week 2014? Launched by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), National Gardening Week is a time to celebrate everything green, and as with previous years, the 14th-20th April saw thousands of people across the UK getting out and about to share their passion for horticulture, and participating in events…

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Problem Solved – Artificial Grass for Problem Areas

How healthy is your lawn? Lawns have a hard life. Even the greenest, most lush looking lawns can experience problems from time to time and keeping on top of their care can become time consuming and expensive. We bring you the most common lawn problems, and how to combat them. Weeds Problem weeds including dandelions,…

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School Holidays – Is Your Garden Ready?

It’s that time of year again, schools are breaking up for the Easter holidays and before you know it, it will be summer again. While many parents plan to spend the school holidays keeping their children entertained in fun and creative ways, reality often kicks in and kids end up sitting indoors on game consoles…

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