Apex Gardens  
Landscape Maintenance & Property Services  - Burnham-on-Sea - Somerset  07783087148  david@apexgardens.uk
Apex Gardens 2017
CONTACT INFO  07783087148  david@apexgardens.uk
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LOCATION David Fitzpatrick 8 Scott Road Burnham-on-Sea TA9 3QJ Areas Covered: Somerset, North Somerset, and South Bristol
Creating a New Lawn using Turf Using   pre-cut   turf   may   well   be   the   best   way   to   create   a   new   lawn.   It   is   the   quickest way   and   if   you   have   children   or   dogs   keen   to   run   around   the   garden   and   play,   it may    be    the    most    practical    option.    Laying    new    turf    does    require    some    careful ground   preparation   and   it   is   important   to   take   time   and   get   this   right.   However once   laid   it   just   requires   the   usual   watering,   feeding   and   careful   mowing.   Follow the    guide    below    and    it    wont    be    long    before    you    are    sitting    in    the    garden,      watching your children play and enjoying your outside space. You   can   lay   turf   at   almost   any   time   of   the   year   although   you   should   avoid   times when   there   is   frost   or   snow   on   the   ground.   The   best   times   however   ,are   spring   and early   autumn.   At   these   times   it   is   warm   enough   for   the   roots   to   take   hold   and hopefully there will be enough rainfall to help with the watering. Types of Turf Traditional  Lawn Turf -  hardwearing and suitable for general garden use Shade Tolerant Turf - suitable for shaded areas and more slow growing Fine    Turf    -    the    beautiful    turf    seen    on    bowling    greens.    It    needs    more maintenance and upkeep and is less hard wearing. Look   after   your   new   turf,   be   careful   walking   over   it,   kneeling   on   it   or   pushing   items   such   as   wheelbarrows   over   it.   Use   planks   to access   any   areas   that   need   repairs.   Keep   it   watered   and   make   sure   that   the   turf   has   taken   and   is   growing   before   you   attempt   to mow it.
Apex Gardens Landscape Maintenance & Property Services Burnham-on-Sea - Somerset  07783087148  david@apexgardens.uk
LOCATION David Fitzpatrick 8 Scott Road Burnham-on-Sea TA9 3QJ Areas Covered: Somerset, North Somerset, South Bristol
CONTACT INFO  07783087148  david@apexgardens.uk Apex Gardens 2017
Creating a New Lawn using Turf Using   pre-cut   turf   may   well   be   the   best   way   to   create   a new    lawn.    It    is    the    quickest    way    and    if    you    have children    or    dogs    keen    to    run    around    the    garden    and play,   it   may   be   the   most   practical   option.   Laying   new turf   does   require   some   careful   ground   preparation   and it   is   important   to   take   time   and   get   this   right.   However once    laid    it    just    requires    the    usual    watering,    feeding and    careful    mowing.    Follow    the    guide    below    and    it wont    be    long    before    you    are    sitting    in    the    garden,      watching   your   children   play   and   enjoying   your   outside space. You   can   lay   turf   at   almost   any   time   of   the   year   although you   should   avoid   times   when   there   is   frost   or   snow   on the    ground.    The    best    times    however    ,are    spring    and early   autumn.   At   these   times   it   is   warm   enough   for   the   roots   to   take   hold   and   hopefully there will be enough rainfall to help with the watering. Types of Turf Traditional  Lawn Turf -  hardwearing and suitable for general garden use Shade Tolerant Turf - suitable for shaded areas and more slow growing Fine   Turf   -   the   beautiful   turf   seen   on   bowling   greens.   It   needs   more   maintenace and upkeep and is less hard wearing.   Look   after   your   new   turf,   be   careful   walking   over   it,   kneeling   on   it   or   pushing   items   such   as wheelbarrows   over   it.   Use   planks   to   access   any   areas   that   need   repairs.   Keep   it   watered and make sure that the turf has taken and is growing before you attempt to mow it.