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Garden Tips September 2014

Planting Now

To do in the Garden

Spring has arrived so don't forget that the Central Landscapes yards now have Living Earth's Ultra Lawn and organic certified Veggie Mix available in bulk! Grab a trailer-load or order a delivery from us today!

Lawn Care:

With the weather warming up and hopefully drying out you will want to turn your attention to your lawn. After a long winter even existing lawns need some TLC and the sooner you do this the better your lawn will look heading into summer and that all important BBQ season. if your lawn is looking tired, yellow, full of weeds or just a little thin then it's time for a spring renovation.

If you looking at sowing a new lawn or re-doing an existing one, now is a great time to use SRL (self-repairing lawn) This new and innovative rye grass will provide you with a genuine low maintenance lawn option, with its fine dark leaf and 50% less mowing you will be the envy of the street.

Check out the website or pop in and talk to your local Central yard for more information
1. Fertilise with Turfmaster Gold or Garden Supreme to encourage strong growth.
2. Spray weeds with a broad range weed killer such to control broadleaf weeds.
3. About 3-4 weeks later scarify the lawn heavily to create a good seed bed.
4. Oversow bare or weak areas with the appropriate Prolawn seed blend and fertilise with Turfmaster Starter.


Every purchase until the end of September allows you to enter the draw! One Masport 200ST Lawnmower to be won at every yard PLUS all entries go in the draw to win the BIG prize of a Masport stainless steel BBQ, Masport Chipper / Mulcher and Masport 250ST lawnmower!

Garden Thought of the Month:

"Gardening requires lots of water - most of it in the form of perspiration." Lou Erickson

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