Apex Gardens
Landscape Maintenance & Property Services - Martock - Somerset 07783087148 david@apexgardens.uk
Apex Gardens 2017
CONTACT INFO 07783087148 david@apexgardens.uk
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LOCATION David Fitzpatrick 16 Paulls Close Martock TA12 6DE Areas Covered: Glastonbury, Yeovil and 20 mile radius of Martock
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 Martock - Somerset 07783087148 david@apexgardens.uk
LOCATION David Fitzpatrick 16 Paulls Close Martock TA12 6DE Areas Covered: Glastonbury, Yeovil, 20 mile radius of Martock
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.