How to Fix Patchy Grass
From Patchy to Perfect
Step 1: Sow It
Bare patches aren't just unsightly they are an open invitation for weeds to infest your lawn.
You are just 3 steps away from fixing your patchy lawn...
Step 2: Grow It
"Lesley was a bit overzealous with weed killer"
Jonathans lawn was wrecked & the pictures "speak for themselves"
Leslie had trouble growing in a very, very shaded area
Denise says it's making the rest of her lawn look really bad!
Paul says it's cracking, highly recommended and had grass in 6 days!
Step 3: Enjoy It
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If your patches aren't gone get in touch and we'll either help you resolve the problem or promptly issue you a refund.
Most lawns will have enough nutrients to provide the initial growth for your seed. If your in any doubt or your lawn needs a boost you can add fertiliser to your order at the checkout.
No, our resealable packet allows you to spread the seed efficiently and easily. Of course you can still use one if you wish.
In ideal conditions you can expect the seeds to sprout in 5 days. If sown in cooler or shadier areas it may take upto 14 days before they germinate.
After the lasts frosts. This changes year to year and depends on where you are in the country. Typically from March to October once the temperatures are above 10 degrees celcius.
We aim to deliver within 1-4 working days, (Monday to Saturday). Please note we do not ship on bank holidays or other public holidays.
All orders qualify for free UK delivery.
Yes, it will grow here, it will grow there, it will grow anywhere. In the sun, in the shade, under trees etc. If you sow it right, it will grow right.
Yes, it contains no harmful chemicals and is 100% pure grass seed. You may want to keep the kids of the seeded area till it's had time to grow though.
Every situation is different. Temperature, soil acidity, time of year, amount of sun and a whole host of other factors come into play.
In general you should see your grass seed germinate within 5-14 days. If you prepare your ground properly you will ensure the best chance of success.
Within 30 days of germination you will have thick, green, lush grass that is ready to cut.
Yes! Clay soil is usually nutrient rich. The only problem is if your current lawn is clay based then it is likely to be compacted.
If you cannot get it free from lumps you may need to add some top soil to give your seeds the best chance of germinating.
No! A rake will come in handy as will a garden fork but you don't need any expensive tools or equipment.