Buttercups and daisies

Weed - noun. 'A wild plant growing where it is not wanted and in competition with cultivated plants.'

As if somebody has suddenly pushed a switch they are everywhere, and it is not just buttercups and daisies, there are countless weeds appearing in unwanted places — dandelions, clover, thistles, even rushes, mares tail, and ragwort. Wild flowers that are growing in a meadow might be pretty to look at, but when they appear in your lawn they become an unwanted weed, spoiling the green carpet of grass that you are trying to nurture.

There could not be a better time to attack these weeds, while the weather is warm and a little damp (after all we are in the west of Ireland ) they are actively growing and a simple spray will soon get to work and the unsightly weeds will be curling up and dying.

Thankfully help is at hand, the lawn care experts at Greenhand Lawn Treatments are licensed to apply a selective, broadleaf weed killer that will remove all of the above lawn pests, leaving your grass free to flourish without contest and free to develop into a beautiful lawn. Having a slow release fertiliser applied to the lawn at the same time will encourage healthy grass growth, transforming the weediest meadow into a beautiful lawn.

To book your free lawn analysis and no obligation quotation just call Jean on 098 39155 or 0870 555 155. You can also find it on Facebook at Greenhand Lawns.

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