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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

Spring?

Posted Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

Spring beckons and this is the time to turn your attention to the garden; give the borders a good thinning out so new growth can breathe and develop as the days get longer. Likewise with lawns; hopefully you won't have too much moss or it has already been treated with a liquid iron solution to bring it under control so it can be raked out. The raking process alone invigorates the earth and give...read more

A record December, with the combination...

Posted Monday, January 18th, 2016

... of rainfall, higher than average temperatures and enough light extended the grass growing season to a record high in 2015!  The growth potential for this December was 12 on the GDD scale, which compares with 4 for the previous year and it's not only grass that's confused, there are buds on trees, shrubs are active, Hellebores in flower and even hedgehogs that haven't bothered to hibernate....read more

Japanese Knotweed – Know the Law

Posted Monday, November 3rd, 2014

Japanese Knotweed can cost you £2,500! The Times carried a story this week warning homeowners to clean up their act when it comes to Japanese Knotweed! This invasive plant can cause serious damage even to concrete infrastructures including foundations, brick work, roads, forestry, agriculture and river banks and the Home Office state the maximum fine is upward of £2,500 if it’s found in your ...read more