Fathers Day, Football and Lawns

Sat, Jun 16, 2012

Climate Change, Lawns, Lawn Care

The  male population of the UK seems to have an obsession with neat and tidy lawns –  almost as annoying as the football mania which is affecting  most men in England at the moment.

Maintaining a healthy lawn doesn’t have to involve using chemicals and artificial fertilisers .There are plenty of ways to maintain your lawn using organic products like those available on one of my favourite gardening sites at EcoCharlie – http://www.ecocharlie.co.uk/seasonal/home-promotional-row-1/fathers-day.html

Eco Dads looking to try the organic route should read this  article which offers ideas on “greening” your lawn:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/gardeningadvice/7832505/Lawn-care-is-lawn-perfection-a-man-thing.html

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