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The Lawn strikes back!

So, yes I have been reading to much in the news about the new Star Wars films but it is sometimes a saga when dealing with the lawn!

Last weekend the lawn got put on hold, with the warmer weather there was just to much rain too and most of the lawn was saturated with some grass actually submerged.

This week has been a lot drier, and the lawn has had a chance to get out, in a bit, in fact the rain forecast for yesterday afternoon didn’t strike till the late evening and was a light shower. Great for the lawn growth!

This morning it is still a bit damp, but it is dry and blue skies, so maybe this promise of summer is coming true.

I am going to give it another 24hrs and hopefully Sunday will remain dry as is forecast.

Why are we obsessive about our lawns? What caveman instinct drives the need to battle the elements and desire a beautiful lawn?


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