By May, everything has started to bloom and increasingly sunnier and warmer days draw us outside. But of course, there is also more to do in the garden, such as keeping weeds at bay. Read on to find out some hints and tips for lawn care in the month of May.
Jobs in the garden
Getting a great looking lawn and garden is relatively easy. Follow our monthly guides telling you what to do and when, to help you get a garden that your neighbours would be envious of.
In order to enjoy your garden in July when the hot weather arrives, there are a few jobs to make sure you do first, to make sure it doesn’t look like an overgrown wasteland.
The weather is getting warmer and your garden is in full swing, which means your plants, flowers, and lawn need some extra special attention. Read on to learn about the best jobs to do in your garden in the month of June.
January is a relatively quiet month in the gardening world, as the weather conditions aren’t conjunctive to plant or grass growth. Don't let this fool you however, there is still plenty to be done in the month of Jan - so get cracking!
Christmas is just around the corner and so are the harsh winter frosts. As much as many of us love the snow and the idea of a ‘white Christmas’ your garden doesn’t agree.
The leaves are starting to fall from the trees - there's lots of work to be done to stay on top of your garden this month. Follow our list of jobs to start preparing your garden for winter.
It can be very demoralising to attempt to cut your grass and find that your lawnmower refuses to cooperate. It is common for these types of machines to experience issues after a few years of hard work; the key with lawnmowers is to spot the issues early, as this means you will be able to prolong the overall lifespan of your trusty machine.
Line breakages happen to the best of us. We love switching on our grass trimmers when the weather is nice to do a spot of garden maintenance and it’s really annoying when suddenly our line snaps, or our trimmer spool is empty or breaks.Follow our Flymo advice and you'll be fine!
Over its lifetime, your lawn mower can develop problems. The type of problems it will encounter are influenced by elements such as improper use and storage. Understanding your machine and the common problems can help you maintain and solve common issues with ease. Your first port of call should be the manufacturer’s manual, but here is a handy troubleshooting guide to help some of the questions you’ve asked us here at Flymo HQ in the past.
Getting a great looking lawn and garden is relatively easy. Follow our monthly guides telling you what to do and when, to help create a garden your neighbours will be envious of! Also see more in depth articles on jobs in the garden each month here.