This Years Must Have Garden Accessory – Fake Grass



We may all be inundated with snow right now but as soon as the white stuff clears, it’s full steam ahead on the garden planning. We all want our gardens to look amazing for summer, right? Fake grass is this years must have garden accessory. Whether you’re freshening up the decking, replacing a lawn or creating a unique garden feature – it looks amazing!

You all know I’m not shy of a bit of DIY so when I heard you can self-install fake grass to save on fitting cost, my ears picked up. There’s hundreds of fitting guides available to choose from, however the DIY Installation Guide by Grass Direct makes the process really easy to follow.

So why Fake Grass?

No maintenance, No muck, No mess.

Literally these three factors are like music to the ears. No more muddy footprints ran across our kitchen floor or waiting hours on end for the lawn to dry out before the little ones can go out and play. We’ve all been there with the laundry too – accidentally dropping a white t-shirt and picking back up a lovely mud stain from the soggy grass.

Natural lawns can be a nightmare. It also comes with a lovely maintenance regime; seeding, watering, mowing – the list is exhausting just to think about!

With fake grass, the only maintenance it needs is a gentle brush down to keep on top of any debris. Stubborn dirt or pet urine can be simply washed away with lukewarm water and a gentle cleaner.

It really is the ideal solution for busy family homes, pet owners and non-gardeners.

We can all appreciate, finding time in your already stretched schedule for the garden is difficult. Between school runs, work, laundry and squeezing in the big shop – there isn’t much room to manoeuvre. However, looking out the kitchen window to over grown grass, shrubs and weeds isn’t too appealing either. The solution – fake grass – You heard it here first!

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