Spreading grass seed over your lawn will give your lawn a thicker growth, better colour and build up its resistance to weeds, disease and drought.
Overseeding is a highly recommended treatment for first rate lawn care programme. By adding seed to your lawn after treatments such as scarifying and hollow tining, and especially after treating moss, your lawn will recover faster and come back stronger than ever.
Without overseeding, your lawn could quite possibly recover much slower and you’ll have an sightly lawn for quite some time and one that is guaranteed to be invaded by weeds.
Different grass seed types
We use high quality UK lawn seed with a variety of mixes, including the fine-leaved Bents and Fescues, Perennial Ryegrass and broad-leafed turf grasses.
The lawn seed mixes we predominantly use are:
- Utility lawn seed
- Lawn seed for shady areas
- Family lawn seed for the hard wearing lawn
- Slower growing lawn seed