A course of four or five treatments a year is best for most domestic lawns (depending on whether an optional scarification and/or aeration is included on the year's agenda), with each treatment being suited for its relevant time of year. The treatments start at £ per year (£ per month inc. VAT) for gardens of up to 100m2, and would comprise:

Moss Control

Moss control refers to the process of managing and reducing the growth of moss in outdoor areas such as lawns, gardens, and other landscaping. Moss can be unsightly and create an uneven surface, making it difficult to maintain the appearance and health of the affected area. Various methods can be used for controlling moss growth, including improving soil drainage, adjusting soil pH, increasing sunlight exposure, using fertilizers, and using moss control products. Moss control is essential for maintaining a healthy and aesthetically pleasing lawn or garden, and it requires regular attention and care. By implementing effective moss control measures, homeowners and gardeners can keep their outdoor areas healthy, vibrant, and free of unsightly moss growth.

Weed Control

Weed control refers to the process of managing and minimizing the growth and spread of unwanted plants, commonly known as weeds. Weeds are typically fast-growing and aggressive plants that compete with desired plants for nutrients, water, and sunlight, and can cause damage to crops, gardens, and other landscapes. Effective weed control involves a combination of cultural, mechanical, biological, and chemical methods, depending on the specific weed species, location, and desired outcome. Cultural methods include techniques such as crop rotation, proper irrigation, and mulching to reduce weed growth, while mechanical methods involve physically removing weeds using tools such as hoes or weed pullers. Biological methods may involve introducing natural predators or competitors of specific weeds, while chemical methods involve using herbicides to kill or suppress weed growth. Effective weed control is important for maintaining healthy and productive landscapes and can have significant economic and environmental benefits. 

Fertilizer Applications

Fertilizer application is the process of adding nutrients to the soil to promote plant growth and increase crop yields. Fertilizers contain a variety of essential nutrients that are necessary for plants to thrive, including nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.

Before applying fertilizer, it's important to test the soil to determine its nutrient content and pH level. This information can help determine the appropriate type and amount of fertilizer needed for optimal plant growth.



Lawn scarification, also known as lawn dethatching, is the process of removing the layer of dead grass, moss, and other organic matter that accumulates on the surface of a lawn over time. This layer, called thatch, can prevent water, nutrients, and air from reaching the roots of the grass, which can lead to a weak and unhealthy lawn.

The scarification process involves using a specialized machine called a scarifier or dethatcher, which has sharp blades or tines that cut through the thatch layer and pull it up to the surface. The machine may also create small grooves or slits in the soil to improve drainage and allow for better nutrient absorption.

Scarification is typically performed in the spring or fall when the grass is actively growing and can quickly recover from the process. It is an important part of lawn maintenance, as it can help to promote healthy growth, improve the appearance of the lawn, and prevent the buildup of thatch over time. 



Aeration refers to the process of creating small holes or perforations in the soil of a lawn. The holes allow air, water, and nutrients to better penetrate the soil, which promotes healthier and stronger grass roots.

Lawn aeration is typically done using a specialized tool called an aerator, which can be either manual or motorized. The tool punctures the soil and removes small plugs of turf, leaving behind small holes throughout the lawn.

Aeration can benefit lawns in several ways. By allowing air, water, and nutrients to better reach the roots, aeration can help grass to grow deeper and stronger. This can result in a thicker, greener lawn that is more resistant to pests and diseases. Aeration can also help to reduce soil compaction, which can occur over time due to heavy foot traffic or equipment use. Compacted soil can make it more difficult for roots to penetrate and can result in a less healthy lawn.

The best time to aerate a lawn depends on several factors, including the type of grass, soil conditions, and climate. In general, winter season grasses should be aerated in the fall or spring, while summer season grasses should be aerated in the late spring or early summer.

Overall, lawn aeration is an important process that can help to promote a healthy, lush lawn.