The answer is Yes – winter lawn installation is both possible and can come with a number of benefits!
While Spring, Summer and early Autumn harbour the ideal growing weather for your lawn – don’t be fooled because this is not the only time to install your new instant lawn. During winter your lawn will take a little bit longer to establish, however this will not have any negative impact on your lawn. In fact, there are several benefits to installing your new lawn in Winter.
Winter lawn installation can half your water usage compared to establishing a new lawn in the heat of summer. This is proven to save both time and money. Installing your lawn in winter also means that you will not have to mow your lawn until the growing season of Spring. Giving you plenty of time to sit back, relax and enjoy looking at your new instant lawn.
Our range of premium Lawn Solutions house of brands varieties can be installed during any season. These include:
For Sydney residents, purchasing and installing a new lawn is a huge investment both in terms of time and money. Therefore, when contemplating a new lawn installation, it is important to choose the right grass suppliers in Sydney. A team that is experienced in grass supplies should be able to answer all your questions. In addition, they should be able to offer advice throughout the entire process – from the selection of quality grass and grass installation tips, through to post-installation advice. The supplier will be able to recommend the appropriate turf for Sydney’s climate, geography, rainfall patterns and soil type. At Greener Lawns we will answer all your questions and give you the best advice for taking care of your new lawn.
When buying turf, it is advisable to go to a supplier who is also a grower. Such a supplier is capable of offering hands-on-advice as opposed to merely a spiel from a hardware store or reseller. He or she can inform the buyer of exactly where the new grass has come from, the way it has been cut, and how it was transported. Also, they can offer advice on the best ways of preparing the yard, laying the lawn and helping the grass establish. It is a good idea choose a well-established grass supplier who is ready to offer after-sale service and provide support throughout all aspects of the turfing process. This includes selecting, measuring, ordering, preparing, installing, establishing and maintaining your new lawn.
It is important to inquire about the length of time from cutting the grass to delivering it to your garden. Some of the largest grass suppliers in Sydney are not that efficient, and some turf may be several days old before it reaches the customer. The best grass suppliers are those who dispatch the grass to the buyer the same day or the following day after it is cut. Some suppliers are also known to sell what is referred to as meadow turf, which is turf that began life in a field grazed by animals. This results in a poor quality lawn and Sydney residents are advised not to buy this type of turf. The best type is cultivated turf and is specifically grown for lawns and gardens. Reputable suppliers should be able to offer this type of turf.
Weed in grass can be a major problem on some turf farms. During all seasons of the year, weeds can be very unattractive. Potential buyers should look for a turf supplier capable of offering assurance that there are no weeds in the grass. Reputable turf farmers should have powerful and effective weed killers, as well as quality turf farmers to maintain the turf as it grows.
At Greener Lawn, we aim to offer you the best service possible, and because we are highly experienced grass suppliers, we provide property owners with the best grass Sydney has on offer. If you have any questions about any of the different grass varieties we offer or any of our other products, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always ready to answer your questions and help you make your home or business lawn as beautiful as you dreamed.
Sir Walter are proud to announce an Australian first… the development of a Premium Synthetic Grass that can be used alongside Australia’s Premium natural turf, Sir Walter. ‘Lady Jane’ will be perfect for all installations where natural turf cannot be grown, due to factors such as no sunlight, no water or difficult traffic areas. ‘Lady Jane’ has been designed to carry all the hallmarks of Sir Walter’s natural turf variety; a premium construction, a dense blade structure and thick thatch layer, plus a generous 50mm pile height, developed to simulate the slightly uneven texture of Sir Walter natural lawn turf. There are some excellent situations where synthetic grass is a good choice, especially if you can’t get a natural grass to grow: roof tops, courtyards, balconies and terraces, heavily shaded areas where natural grass won’t grow, kids play areas, day care centres, sports fields, tennis courts, and indoor sports pitches to name a few. Synthetic grass is made from plastic and cleverly woven into a rubber underlay with all sorts of different textures, piles (length) and subtle blends of colour. Unlike the old astro turf, Lady Jane is a quality product so if you really cannot use the real thing this is a good alternative.