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.

  • 16/06/2014

    How to add stripes to your lawn

    Many gardeners in the UK like to have a lawn with stripes. This is easy to do and requires little to no extra work when cutting the grass.

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  • 09/06/2014

    Getting your garden ready for your World Cup BBQ

    The World Cup is just around the corner and many of us will be inviting friends and family around for a barbeque, before sitting down and watching the match.

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  • 02/06/2014

    Tips for buying a lawnmower

    Buying the perfect lawnmower isn’t as hard as you may think. By following some basic lawnmower buying tips, you will be sure to get a lawnmower that is quick and easy to use and ideal for your garden, giving you the perfect cut every time.

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  • 26/05/2014

    Moving a hedge or bush in your garden

    Moving your hedge may seem a daunting task, but by following our simple step by step guide it will ensure you complete the task as quickly and possible.

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  • 19/05/2014

    How often should you cut the grass?

    People often ask the question – how often should I cut the grass. Rather ask yourself ‘should I cut the grass or not’ and then follow some basic lawn care advice.

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  • 12/05/2014

    Looking after lawns in the shade

    Nowadays most lawns have areas of grass that are in the shade. This is created by trees and bushes or homes and buildings. This isn’t good news for the typical type of grass found in UK, which is why you need to look after the grass found in the shade slightly differently to those in less shaded areas for the garden.

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  • 05/05/2014

    Attracting wildlife to your garden

    Easter is usually the busiest gardening weekend of the year. For many people it is the first chance they get to put on their boots, pull out their clippers and tidy the garden. This year was no exception. Now that the hard work is done, why not take a little time over the next few weeks to make a few small changes to your garden to attract more wildlife.

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  • 28/04/2014

    What to do with grass clippings

    You’ve cut your grass and now you are left wondering what to do with your grass clippings. Don’t despair; we have a number of top tips that put your grass clippings to good use.

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  • 21/04/2014

    Grow your own lawn

    Traditionally mid spring to late autumn is the optimal time to grow your own lawn. The weather is warmer (optimum grass growing temperature is between 6 and 20 Celsius) and the soil is still moist providing suitable conditions to promote good grass growth. Growing your own grass is cheaper than laying new turf, and once the seed has been laid requires very little work.

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  • 14/04/2014

    Get a perfect lawn by doing nothing!

    A great looking lawn is not only the ideal location for a summer BBQ with family and friends, but it can add value to your home too. This can be easily achieved whilst you sit in your armchair and watch the TV.

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