Flymo Gardening Blog

Whether you are a gardening enthusiast or simply starting out, the Flymo gardening blog can provide tips and advice on how to make your garden the envy of all your neighbours.

The Flymo gardening blog is updated twice a month and contains helpful buyers guides for garden tools, gardening tips and advice on what seeds to plant each month and more.

  • 03/11/2014

    The difference between clean and dirty fan garden vacuums

    There are two main types of garden vacuum available to buy in the UK today. These are characterised by the suction system they use to collect leaves and fallen debris.

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  • 20/10/2014

    Preparing your garden tools for winter storage

    Don’t make the mistake of throwing your gardening tools in the shed over the winter and think that’s it. Take some time and care with your gardening tools before storing them for the winter, to save you time and money next year.

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  • 13/10/2014

    Leaf mulch – how what and why

    Fallen leaves are a great asset for any gardener to have. One benefit is that they can easily be turned into leaf mulch which can help keep your garden looking great all year round.

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  • 06/10/2014

    Uses for fallen leaves

    Around September / October it is the time that leaves begin to fall from the trees. It happens every year and causes a headache for most homeowners, yet brown fallen leaves have a number of helpful uses also.

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  • 29/09/2014

    How to make leaf mould

    Making leaf mould is very simple and offers a range of benefits to you and your garden. The hardest part is collecting the leaves in the first place.

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  • 15/09/2014

    Jobs to do in the garden in September

    September has arrived and with it so has the autumn weather. With the weather now changing it is essential that you undertake some garden tasks to prepare your garden for the months ahead.

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  • 08/09/2014

    Attracting worms to your garden

    Worms are one of nature’s hardest workers yet they are often overlooked. Earthworms provide a range of benefits to your garden and not only provide essential nutrients for your lawn, but help aerate it too.

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  • 02/09/2014

    7 lawn scarification tips

    Lawn scarification is an essential lawn maintenance task. Failure to annually scarify your lawn could result in weak grass growth and the spread of disease and pests across your lawn.

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  • 22/08/2014

    Buyers guide to lawn rakes

    The principle aim of a lawn rake or a lawn scarifier as they are sometimes known is to remove dead organic material like grass and moss from your lawn. This helps essential sunlight and oxygen reach the grass helping it grow.

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  • 18/08/2014

    Autumn lawn care

    Autumn officially starts 1st September and over the summer you have probably spent many enjoyable hours in your garden. With this your lawn has probably undergone a barrage of punishment from the children playing in the garden, the pets running around and the fun family barbeques. Because of this, your lawn is probably by now crying out for some TLC – but you must be quick. You only have a short window to help your lawn before it stops growing and the winter sets in.

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