As a gardener, you may well know that applying pressure to your lawn during the winter months can severely damage it. This is down to 2 key factors:
When grass gets pulled out of the lawn for a variety of reasons, it does not grow back until spring.
Colder weather conditions play a big part in the health of your lawn. Cold, dry winds can dehydrate the grass and severely cold weather can freeze it.
So, in the autumn, when leaves start to fall from the trees, it’s time to get that old rake out of the shed.
However, it can be slightly worrying that you might damage your beautifully kept lawn which you spent all summer working hard on.
Here are the pros and cons to raking in those pesky autumn leaves.
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