I’m a gardening whizz – my top tips will keep your grass green all year round

A GARDENING expert has revealed their top tips for keeping your lawn green all year round.

As summer and hot weather approaches, advice on how to keep gardens lush and avoid brown lawns or frigid wastelands will be heard by Britons.

Grass is actually greener with these tips from a gardener


Grass is actually greener with these tips from a gardenerCredit: Alamy

Angela Slater, from Hayes horticultural worldluckily is always ready to provide such handy hacks.

She told Mirror that a proper watering routine is absolutely important.

“To have a nice green garden most of the year (it can lose a bit of color in the winter), you need to maintain it,” says Angela.

“Keeping the grass well watered is very important to keep it green.

“However, over-watering will lead to soggy lawns and dead grass.”

Experts advise that high nitrogen forage and weed products can help accelerate results.

The most important tip, however, is to make sure that your lawn maintenance is a year-round endeavor.

Angela explains that you can rake the grass in the spring to limit moss growth and then “spray a little seed” over the bare patches of soil to increase coverage.

If the moss still doesn’t go away, she recommends choosing plants that are suitable for muddy conditions or digging a small pond in the affected area.

Finally, she emphasizes the importance of prioritizing weeding,

She says: “Pull out weeds as soon as they appear, as they can be difficult to remove once they’re firmly established.

“Mow the lawn regularly as this will encourage the plants to grow more roots, which in turn will cause more grass to fill in any gaps.

“Use a specialized weed and feed in the fall and your lawn will be more likely to stay thick and green over the winter.”

It comes after a pest control expert revealed when you should water your plants to keep slugs and slugs away.

Meanwhile, other gardening experts have offered advice on everything from common weeds to watch out for to inexpensive tricks to transform your lawn and even mow. grass or not.

Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing russellfalcon@ustimespost.com.

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