Garden returfing

Garden returfing

Over two days we have completed this returfing job in Tilehurst / Reading

Returfing around 80m2 but also flattening future lawn areas and creating two flower beds separated with some oak sleepers.

Today we visited this garden again to do some planting. Being a rented property we needed something easy yet still attractive.

Choice has been accepted and Lonicera Baggesen's gold have been supplied and planted by us. As these grows they will create a low,dense green carpet. No need for lots of hated weeding and very easy to trim too.

Final few photos below

 

Lawn returfing - Reading

Lawn returfing - Reading

Latest news from Calcot ! Another garden there got a brand new lawn 🙂

What have we done ?

- Stripped old grass destroyed by builders. Yes they know how best to do it. And they don't even use a weed killer!
- Added 10m3 of compost. Oh yes we love compost so much. A quick whiff of fresh compost works better and longer than any coffee available in the UK 😉
- Rotovated using a perfectly suitable and powerful machine for it.
- Levelled, rolled and laid new turf.
- Watered !
- Broken up concrete, added soil and converted into another small lawn.
- Of course we've tidied up as well
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Tilehurst - garden services.

Tilehurst - garden services.

Two day job completed with big thank you from a customer. Involved brick edging, levelling and turfing and a small ( 8x6') shed base construction.

- Around 400 paving blocks laid along the perimeter of the garden. Edging is very useful. See other posts about edging here
- 2.5m by 1.9m concrete shed base built.
- Lawn area levelled and 80m2 of premium turf laid

We left it like that. What do you think of it ? Let us know by writing a comment below.
turfing, edging and concrete shed base construction

Lawn scarifying and seeding

Lawn scarifying and seeding

Last minute scarifying and overseeding in spring 2017

It's the last call to do some scarifying and reseeding to improve your lawn. We have done it in this garden on top of some edging and turfing.
Please come back here to see more photos when grass starts to grow. It should not take more than two weeks in this weather. WATCH THIS SPACE !


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