Natural Lawns & Artificial Lawns
Choosing The Right Lawn
Deciding between a natural lawn and an artificial lawn ultimately comes down to personal preference and practical considerations. Natural lawns provide a more authentic connection to nature and offer environmental benefits, but they require regular maintenance and may be influenced by factors like climate and soil conditions. On the other hand, artificial lawns offer convenience and a perpetually lush appearance, but they lack the ecological benefits of natural lawns.
There’s nothing quite like the vibrant and organic charm of a natural lawn. These lush green carpets are created through the cultivation of various grass species, creating a soft and inviting space. Natural lawns offer numerous benefits, including their ability to absorb rainwater and promote healthy soil. They provide a natural habitat for insects, birds, and other wildlife, contributing to biodiversity. Moreover, natural lawns offer a sense of connection with the environment, with the fresh smell of cut grass and the tactile pleasure of walking barefoot on a natural surface.
A sunken trampoline in Newbury with banked sides, freshly laid turf on the day of install. Please see below picture after several weeks.
Large natural lawn start to finish
Trees removed, existing ground graded and 150+ tonnes of top soil has been graded with turf being laid. Sprinklers set up as we go to water the turf that is laid.
For those seeking a low-maintenance solution, artificial lawns have gained popularity in recent years. These synthetic alternatives mimic the appearance of natural grass while requiring minimal upkeep. Artificial lawns are made from high-quality, durable materials designed to withstand various weather conditions. They offer a consistently green and well-manicured look without the need for watering, mowing, or fertilizing. Additionally, they can be installed in areas where natural grass struggles to grow, such as shaded or high-traffic locations.