Lawn Care and Garden Advice

Which Fertiliser Do You Need?

Which Fertiliser Do You Need?

19th February 2024
It can be a little overwhelming when looking for the best fertiliser (or fertilizer) for the job at hand. But never fear, Sherborne Turf can help you work it out.The best all-rounder:If you’d like a multi-purpose fertiliser to do several different jobs, then our Stripy Green Fertiliser is perfect. Specifically…

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WIN £50 with Sherborne Turf

WIN £50 with Sherborne Turf

13th February 2024
We love seeing our customers’ projects and what they’re up to with our products. Whether you’re a member of the public working on your veg patch, or a company or tradesperson creating a stunning new landscaped garden for a customer, we’d love to see and share on social media.To give…

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Climate Change and Turfgrass – Are Prices Increasing?

Climate Change and Turfgrass – Are Prices Increasing?

18th December 2023
According to recent trends reported by the Turfgrass Growers Association (TGA), there are huge concerns regarding the unpredictable and extreme weather conditions encountered across the UK over the past year.The wildly varying weather, from droughts to floods, has led to a whole raft of challenges for turfgrass growers, including an…

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Why do our deliveries cost the amount they do?

Why do our deliveries cost the amount they do?

27th November 2023
Here at Sherborne Turf, we pride ourselves on not only our quality products, but the quality service we provide in delivering these goods. Unlike most online shops, our products are heavy, bulky items that require specialist equipment, vehicles, and fully trained staff to ensure they are delivered safely.Where the average…

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Gardening Jobs for November

Gardening Jobs for November

7th November 2023
Protect your PlantsAs the weather cools down, it is important to keep your plants and trees insulated with bark or mulch. Place mulches around vulnerable plants to protect them from the cold, suppress weeds, aid with water drainage, and improve the soil by adding nutrients as the mulch breaks down.There…

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Hedgehogs, Hibernation and Happy Lawns

Hedgehogs, Hibernation and Happy Lawns

26th October 2023
It’s that time of year again where you may be experiencing leaf fall on your lawn. Though leaving leaves alone is a hot topic whenever autumn comes around, it is vital to make a distinction between when and where you should leave your leaves.Leaves on your lawn will, if left,…

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An Essential Guide to Autumn Lawn Care

An Essential Guide to Autumn Lawn Care

30th August 2023
(Please note that this is a guide – all lawns are different and will have different requirements. For more in depth advice, please give us a call on 01935 850388, or message us online and we’ll be happy to help)MowIf your lawn is long, cut it down to manageable height…

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EGO: Helping the environment in more ways than one

EGO: Helping the environment in more ways than one

24th July 2023
Buy a mower, plant a treeLast year, EGO partnered up the Eden Reforestation Projects with the pledge that for every battery powered tool they sell, a tree will be planted to aid reforestation. So far this has already led to thousands of trees being planted in EGO’s name all around…

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Mushrooms in Warm Weather

Mushrooms in Warm Weather

10th July 2023
Why am I seeing mushrooms in my lawn?Mushrooms can appear in any lawn at any time as long as the conditions are right. All the spores need is some decomposing material and the right weather. The warm damp weather we've been having recently is perfect for mushrooms to develop. The…

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Your Lawn After No Mow May

Your Lawn After No Mow May

5th June 2023
Have you been participating in #nomowmay? If you have recently cut your grass for the first time and it looks yellow, don’t panic.Letting your lawn grow helps with rewilding your outdoor space, which is fantastic for bees and other important pollinators. If you've since decided to mow, you may have…

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