1.Cut the Grass.
Using an electric or petrol lawnmower, cut the grass. We recommend a higher setting, keeping the grass a bit longer will retain more moisture, helping the grass to grow and become thicker.
2.Strim and Trim
For more heavy-duty law care, use a strimmer. This will cut longer grass, and trim edges of the garden to give a slick finish. Using this tool will also allow the user to spot any rocks or material hidden in long grass which can damage a lawn mower.
3.Loose the Moss
Moss stops grass from getting a sufficient amount of moisture, nutrients and light. To get rid of moss from grass, you can use a hand-held rake. Or to make life easier and use a lawn scarifier. This machine is easy to use and removes moss from grass areas. It will leave the area a bit brown, but don’t worry after 3-4 days the grass will become lush and green again.
4.Let the ground breath
Most people forget about below the ground, it’s what feeds the grass. Aerating a lawn gets air down to the roots and helps with irrigation too. You could use a garden fork to do the job, but its time consuming and depending on the size of the garden, can be tiresome. Using a lawn spiker to do the job saves time, and allows for a consistent result.
5.Feeding the grass.
Use a high-quality fertiliser or lawn feed, be careful not to use on a windy day or before a heavy rain shower!