Check out what some of our lawn lovers have to say about us
"An excellent lawn renovation"
Lawn Care – Not all lawn care companies are the same. It’s obvious to see the results of your lawn renovation. Thank you for saving my lawn!
Mrs V.Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire
Lawn Products – helpful advice when some many before had failed to solve the problem. Thanks for the wonderful lawn products supplied, lawn is looking so much better, thank you.
"You speak brilliantly on the subject of lawns and their care"
Lawn Advice – Mike, You speak brilliantly on the subject and for us, this is about showcasing the stories of people up and down the country doing remarkable things to preserve, restore or innovate within horticultural tradition.
"This product is brilliant"
CastClear Lawn Worm Cast Suppressant – Mike, this stuff is brilliant. I have got a mere 70 sqm of lawn but now gone of loads of worm casts!
Mr M.Maidenhead, Berkshire
"Your lawn advice blog is very informative"
I have just looked at your lawn blog and found it very informative and useful – well done!
"Wow, just wow! Our lawn has come back to life.."
Daughter’s Wedding Day – Lawn Renovation – I was unsure whether you could transform our lawn in time for our Daughter’s wedding and reception in the garden. How wrong I was, we had an excellent day and the lawn looked fabulous. Thanks Mike and your Team for such a great job so very well done!
Mr WilkinsonBeaconsfield, Buckinghamshire
"My lawn is transformed"
Lawn Renovation – My lawn is transformed, please thank your team of lawn specialists who transformed it.
"A Breath of Fresh Air"
Lawn Shop Customer – Hi Mike, Can I just say what a breath of fresh air it is to find a retailer that will go the extra mile. Rest assured when I need any kit you will be the guy I contact first. Thanks again.
Mrs ThomasClimping, West Sussex
"Thank you for all your helpful advice"
Lawn Renovation – thank you Mike for all your helpful advice and hard work transforming my lawn from the mess it was! After the party in December last year, I thought that it would need to be dug up and returved. How wrong I was….