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Are you looking for a local, professional, independent lawn care company?

Welcome to the home of the UK LCA, the place for homeowners who prefer to work with an Independent Lawn Care Specialist.

LCA Members agree to follow a ‘code of practice’ including ‘accreditation’ designed to give you, the Customer, the confidence to trust that your lawn is in safe hands.

Our Members are committed to the highest standards of lawn care providing a knowledgeable, bespoke, efficient and friendly service to homeowners throughout the UK.

 

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Why not ask a lawn care professional to give yours a 'free health check?'

Just take a few moments and pop outside to take a close look at your lawn?   You may find traces or maybe volumes of moss, maybe weeds, or is the colour just bland?  Are there layers of 'thatch' above the soil preventing the grass to breathe?  Click here for HELP !!!

  Latest News

Autumn Leaves

Posted Monday, October 30th, 2017

No not leaves on line, that great rail operators curse, leaves on lawn that great gardeners curse! Mowing becomes a huge challenge and the mere presence of autumn leaves reduces grass growth opportunity and encourages moss and disease.  So do try and keep them away; rake or a combination of blowing and raking should do the trick and of course it's great exercise while your'e at it.    ...read more

Autumn Lawn Pests

Posted Monday, October 2nd, 2017

Our Members' are reporting a large increase in lawn pests in their customer's lawns; typically chafer grubs and leather-jackets and if you have them in your lawn then that's really bad luck and we are presented with a problem. Since EU pesticide legislation withdrew the tested and proven insecticide treatments we are left with only organic solutions and nematodes is the only answer at the moment....read more

Nature's Watering System

Posted Monday, September 25th, 2017

Last Friday the 22nd September we had the heaviest dew; the cool clear night, followed by a warm clear day was the perfect combination for condensation to create droplets of water on the high end of the grass stem.  Some say these droplets of water is nature's way of saying it's not going to rain today, so I will help the grass stay alive by producing some much needed water.  Nature is awesome! ...read more