Warwickshire County lies in the West Midlands area of England. The county town, from which the county receives its name, is Warwick, however Nuneaton is the largest town.
Warwickshire contains a mixture of urban and rural areas. The prestigious urban centre includes Royal Leamington Spa, Stratford-upon-Avon, and Kenilworth. The north of the county mostly comprises rolling countryside, while the south is largely rural and sparsely populated. The south also includes a very small part of the Cotswolds, as well as the Vale of Red Horse, famous for its ability to grow large quantities of corn.
The climate in Warwickshire is mild to warm, with average temperatures sitting around 15°C, reaching 26°C in the summer in some areas. Sunshine peaks from May to August, whilst rainfall is high in the wintertime, and peaks briefly in May before remaining relatively steady over the summer. This makes propagation and lawn care particularly easy in Warwickshire.