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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.

How big is your lawn?

Just go to findlotsize.com , locate your house on the map and plot it out.

 

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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

Ever wondered why grass thrives under benches and trampolines?

Posted Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018

The answer is a phenomenon known as etiolation.  The stems elongate more rapidly in their search for light; the stem is thinner and more pale in comparison to healthy grass due to the lack of chlorophyll.   ...read more

The coldest March...since records began?

Posted Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

I'm sure the met office will tell us soon but we could be heading for the coldest March ever recorded!  Lawn care statisticians monitor plant and insect growth using data known as 'growth degree days'.  GDD tracks the impact of temperature on growth of plant life and we are currently 75% down on March of 2017; that's why your lawns are so short of growth the ground and air temperatures are just ...read more

Thatch is a lawns BIGGEST enemy!

Posted Sunday, February 25th, 2018

Thatch is a layer of debris formed from decaying roots and turf and it lies below the green grass and above the root structures.  It does its damage by not allowing the lawn to 'breathe' effectively.  Nutrients, water and oxygen cannot penetrate thatch to get where it needs to go, so every Spring professionals recommend a renovation which starts with a scarification.  If your lawn hasn't been ...read more