It won’t be long now before we can shed our winter wardrobes and bask in sunshine and fresh air. That includes your lawn! To get the lawn ready to deliver months of lawn joy, check the blades of your mower before you mow; sharper blades = healthier lawns. And set aside some time every 2 weeks to chill out and mow. Infrequent mowing can cause a lawn to become stalky. For problem areas like bare spots plant new seeds; in high-traffic areas fertiliser can help improve the grass.LEARN MORE
Having friends over for a weekend BBQ is a great opportunity to show off your beautiful lawn. But don’t overlook the edges - we want compliments, not critics! A Victa line trimmer will make short work of thick, shaggy edges, delivering a perfectly manicured, professional finish.LEARN MORE
OK, you survived another Winter; no more frosty mornings for another year. Now’s the time for you and your garden to become reacquainted, so get the relationship off to a great start this Spring with a good pruning. If hedges have finished flowering it’s time to give them a haircut with a Victa hedge trimmer, to help keep things dense, bushy and bring on lots of nice new growth. Hedges throw out multiple new shoots below the pruning cut, so a trimmed hedge is a thick hedge!
Spring is just weeks away and warmer weather means more time outdoors, rediscovering the joys of a picnic on the lawn. Before you even think of spreading out the picnic rug, clear the lawn of fallen leaves and branches - best to do this when conditions are dry as moisture will make leaves and debris stick to the lawn. Another reason to clear them away is dead patches of grass can result. A Victa leaf blower will make light work of this, bringing joy back into what was once hard rake work!LEARN MORE
You’re about to spend a lot more time outdoors, rediscovering the beauty of lawn joy. Don’t let falling branches ruin your backyard bliss; get out the Victa chainsaw and spring clean. Only ever cut on full revs, any slower can cause jams. Make sure you cut to the right of your body to avoid any kick-back and ensure you cut against the bumper or bucking spikes. Safety should be the number one priority so if you don’t feel confident handling a chainsaw, always call a professional.LEARN MORE
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