Spring is the best time to take a little time and effort to get your lawn into shape.
Really your lawn should be fine until March and then after that you need to mown your lawn every two weeks.
However, in the interim, here are some tips about how to look after your lawn in spring, including mowing, fertilising, topdressing and dealing with weeds, annual meadow grass and moss.
The weather should improve eventually so that you should be able to mow the grass, feed the lawn with a lawn fertiliser and deal with bare patches, ugly weeds and moss.
The secrets of success to a great looking lawn are:
- Regular and correct mowing
- Feeding with a spring and summer lawn fertiliser
- Treating weeds and moss
- Dealing with bare patches