A Better lawn.

March 24


Spring 24 is starting as a wet month, and it comes at the end of a cold period too.

We now have to get on with the tasks to help the lawn recover and improve.

Some simple tasks, but key to the success of the season ahead.

  1. Clear the lawn of any fallen debris.
  2. Give the lawn a light clip, but only if the soil is firm enough, otherwise wait.
  3. Apply some moss control.
  4. Lightly scarify the moss out of the lawn.
  5. Give the lawn a good feed.


Spring emerges as nature's grand overture, following Winter's hushed finale. The air, once crisp, now carries whispers of warmth. The olfactory symphony of blossoms perfumes the breeze, mingling with the earthy aroma of soil. It's a sensory delight, awakening dormant senses and stirring the soul.

Spring's transformation unfolds as the earth sheds its wintry shroud. Tender shoots emerge, blossoms bloom, and trees burst into life, adorning branches with vibrant leaves. Gardens teem with energy as plants awaken from dormancy, welcoming bees and butterflies in a bustling dance of pollination.

The lawn, once dormant, now bursts with vigor. Brown patches yield to vibrant green as grasses awaken. With care and watering, the lawn becomes a verdant oasis, lush and inviting.

Spring offers opportunities for growth and renewal. It's a time to plant seeds, both literal and metaphorical, and watch them flourish. As tender shoots emerge, we're reminded of the miraculous cycle of life and the promise of new beginnings.

But beyond growth, Spring brings hope and renewal. It emerges as a beacon of light, casting off the darkness of winter. In its embrace, we find solace and the promise of brighter days ahead.

In Spring's awakening, we find beauty, vitality, and the reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always the promise of new beginnings. So let us welcome Spring with open arms, embracing its beauty and embracing the hope it brings.

Listen to the March 2024 podcast

As The Spring Comes.