Just Gardening

Get the answers to some of the more random / specialist questions Flymo receives each year. From how to clean a lawn mower to how to attract worms - the life blood of your soil.

9 things you could be doing instead of cutting the grass

As the sun begins to shine and temperatures start to rise, chances are the idea of pushing a weighty lawnmower around the garden to mow the lawn is the last thing on your mind.
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Hover mowers vs. rotary mowers

One of the most common questions asked by our customers is; should I buy a hover mower or a wheeled rotary lawnmower? The rest of this blog post explains the subtle differences between these types of lawnmower to help you make an informed decision on which lawnmower to buy.
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Preventing your garden from flooding

Along with the cold, the winter months also bring the wet weather. While flooding in the UK is a relatively isolated problem, many homeowners may find that a torrential downpour can often leave their garden flooded and waterlogged.

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5 things Dad can do this Father's Day

Lawn mowing can be seen as a chore. While Dad may love the smell of freshly cut grass after a month or so we can be sure he’s not as enthusiastic about the upkeep of the garden.

Flymo has dedicated decades to producing products that are Easier by Design, making gardening as quick and as easy as possible. With Father’s Day just around the corner we have the time saving answer to Dad’s gardening problems.

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Is your garden ready for outdoor entertaining?

If you’re planning a family get-together or a barbeque bash, the last thing you want to do is subject your guests to a untidy, uninviting garden.

The paddling pools make their way out of storage, the barbeques are an essential part of every weekend, and the cocktail jugs are never empty. Weekday dinners are enjoyed Al Fresco, as friends and families across the nation, come together to take advantage of every last drop of sunshine, because, who knows how long it’s going to last?

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Why does the UK love the classic rotary mower?

When it comes to lawnmowing everyone has their preference in machine. Some swear by their electric mower whilst others will not change from petrol. Some gardeners prefer a hover machine whereas others cannot see past the classic rotary lawnmower.

One thing is for sure, when Karl Dahlman invented the ‘Flymo’ in 1964 it changed the way we mow the lawn forever. Its unique design and advanced manner of operation, floating on a cushion of air meant that for its time it was simply revolutionary. And yet despite the hover mowers ground breaking introduction to the gardening world it did by no means mean the end of the classic rotary lawnmower.

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Insects in your garden

Whether your garden is your relaxing retreat, or is filled with children and grand-children…or a happy mix of both, you must work in conjunction with nature, to maintain a healthy garden.

All it takes is a little bit of knowledge, being able to identify which bugs are good, which are bad, and which are just plain ugly.

Check out these bad, and beneficial bugs!

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Flymo set to launch first ever indoor lawn range as new trend sweeps the nation

Indoor lawns are heading to the UK this summer, according to Flymo. The UK’s leading lawnmower brand explained that in the fourth quarter of 2015 and Q1 of 2016 it saw a significant rise in queries for indoor approved gardening equipment. Today Flymo released the news that it is to launch the first ever indoor lawn range as statistics from its French headquarters forecast the new trend is set to take the UK by storm.
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A review of the Flymo UltraGlide

The UltraGlide is one of the most popular and in demand machines Flymo has produced. We believe it makes mowing quicker and easier than ever before, but don’t take our word for it.

We spoke to Flymo customer, John Irving - from Hebburn in the North East, who told us what he thought of the UltraGlide.

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