This is what happens when you go and look closely.
You'll noticed some good.
You'll noticed some bad.
You'll noticed some yellow.
You'll noticed a lot of green.
Some of the grass turns yellow because it is lacking in Iron, but most of the leaf that turns yellow in winter is just struggling a bit, but it's winter so grass will.
Our job over winter is to get the lawn through to spring in the best condition it can be.
As soon as it warms up, and the new growth comes through things will be back to there lush self very very quickly.
Before you know it you'll be needing to cut the lawn twice a week!
Here's today's podcast
Founder of All Gardening
The Growing All Gardening podcast with Phil Argent.
Short personal stories, moments, ideas discussed.
Just you and me. No ads, no guests.
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