LazyLawn Blog

  • One way to get a show-stopping lawn…

    BBC one-show-lawns
    You may have spotted a piece on BBC’s The One Show last night about lawns – we certainly did. The presenter was correct in saying a good lawn can show off a garden, and as a nation we can be somewhat obsessed with them!
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  • Hole-in-one for golf loving County Down family

    A family from County Down have transformed their garden into a low maintenance, all weathers putting green with help from the UK’s biggest artificial grass brand.

    LazyLawn Northern Ireland has swung into action to help Mairead and Leonard Breen roll out an artificial putting green at their Kircubbin home for son, Jonathon (22), an aspiring professional golfer.
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  • Call to bring back the British front garden

    The decline of the British front lawn has seen an increasing amount of homeowners turn from green to grey over the last decade however LazyLawn is encouraging gardeners to choose a brighter alternative to paving.

    Research for the Royal Horticultural Society has shown the number of British gardeners replacing their traditional front garden with gravel or paving, has tripled over the last 10 years. *
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  • LazyLawn turns garden into pink paradise

    A Derbyshire garden has been transformed into a pink paradise for a young girl with an incurable medical condition, thanks to a LazyLawn installation.

    LazyLawn, the UK’s leading artificial turf specialists, donated and installed pink grass for a seven-year-old girl suffering from an unnamed neurodegenerative disease.

    Mia Parnell from Hatton, developed symptoms two years ago which have since affected her brain and mobility, meaning simple day-to-day activities are now a struggle.
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  • Corby pub-goers relax on giant grass sofa

    A new JD Wetherspoon’s pub and hotel in Corby has been kitted out with a giant sofa covered in artificial grass enabling the venue to maximise space and ‘bring the outdoors in’.

    The Saxon Crown on Elizabeth Street has installed the 8ft feature in its garden alongside a 150 square metre non-smoking area, also covered in the product known as LazyLawn.
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