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There are many things that need to be done in order to achieve a healthy lawn. The first thing that needs to be done, although quite obvious, is a regular mow. Not only does regular mowing of your lawn enhance its aesthetics, but it also increases its health and longevity.

Just cutting your lawn isn’t enough; regular watering is also required to keep it in tip-top shape. On the other hand, this should be an easy enough job for you, seeing as the UK has its own watering system for lawns (given the amount of rain we get).

Obviously, overwatering can be an issue, especially with the nature of the UK weather, and as we know, we can’t do anything about that. However, in the summer, you should be watering it frequently, along with the other plants you have scattered around the garden.

Some patches can appear from wear and tear and excessive raking. This is primarily due to this area of the garden being undernourished.

Therefore, to mitigate this issue and to stop weeds and moss from rising to the surface, make sure these areas are re-turfed or re-seeded; this will optimise the look of your garden while keeping the soil and grass in good shape.

If you’re re-seeding, follow the correct process laid out on the packaging of the seeds. If you’re re-turfing, water twice a day for the first week, then move to watering that area 2-3 times a week. After 3–6 weeks have passed since you laid the turf, water once a week.

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