Let’s Get To It!
As you can see our turf has arrived, our garden to be turfed is mostly leveled and awaiting our attention.
Check Your Turf
As you are unloading your new turf check for weeds, moss and any infestations as your turfing company may not be interested after they have left.
Finished Front Laid Turf Lawn
Our front turf garden lawn is now complete and flooding with water from a simple cheap sprinkler to prevent the root zone from drying out before the grass gets chance to bed into the underlying soil.
Keep Off The Grass!
Just leave your newly turf lawn alone while it establishes its roots system into your existing soil.
Its Back Garden Time!
I’m now laying the back garden’s new grass turfing. I started from the edge of the fencing and i’m working inwards leaving the odd bit that would need cutting until last so I can use off cuts if necessary.
Consistency Is The Key
Don’t Look at the whole area, just concentrate on each individual piece making sure you have butted and squashed it up to it’s neighbour equally well. Take care not to tear your new turfing, it is not as durable as you may think.
Up To The New Edging
Almost finished, just need to lay our turf right up to our new wooden edging while maintaining our butt and squish method and maintaining level with our trusty wooden plank.
Finished Sheffield Turf Laying
This wonderful new Sheffield turf grass lawn is now completely laid, finished and flooding with water to keep from drying out while it’s root system reaches into the soil and beds in.
The Early Days
This is the rear garden on this full turfing job after around 6 months. Not long enough to loose our joints yet.
Please note these images are taken with various phones.
Finished Rear Turfed Lawn!
Even better, at 12 months you can barely see a join which will all be completely gone within months now.
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