Scarifying your lawn

Scarifying your lawn

Scarifying and raking to get the perfect lawn

Scarify, scarifying, scarification…They may seem like scary words but actually its dead simple and a great way to get the perfect lawn.  Following on from the success of @MikeTheGardener’s How to design your dream garden series Mike is at it again with his new How to get the perfect lawn series. In this first episode Mike tells us why it’s important to scarify your lawn and exactly how to do it.  You may be a little put off by how your lawn looks after scarification but there’s nothing to worry about…A good old rake will sort it out and get it ready for the next phase of Mike’s lawn care series.

Thanks @MikeTheGardener.  We can’t wait for the next instalment in the how to get the perfect lawn series.  And no, we’re now not scared to scarify!  In fact, we’re going to nip out to our local lawn care store and buy one of those fancy scarification machines although we don’t think we’ll do it quite as quick as you did! 😉

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    I have patches on my lawn and they are spreading…shiny black like paw prints with lighter coloured round patches,what is it?

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