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Discussion in 'Lawns' started by wiseowl, May 23, 2018.

  1. wiseowl

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    Good afternoon all my friends,my new lawn was fine until two days ago,but now there is an area which is just not growing,would it be possible to just maybe lift the grass up and put some decent soil under it,or would you just cut it off and go for a larger border,thank you :smile:

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    • Liz the pot

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      I would lift the turf and see what’s under it if a client asked me what’s going on.
      If it’s suddenly died back and it’s been watered I would ask if any chemicals have been on it or any type of tool in case it’s a spillage.
       
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        • Gail_68

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          @wiseowl something as caused that underneath for that to happen so quickly and what a shame already :dunno:...we both know heat can damage grass but not how the shape is on yours :sad:
           
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            Good afternoon @Gail_68 and @Liz the pot well would you believe it it was caused by a sheet of pond liner which was not spotted bt Woo,there was a double layer of pond liner and silly Woo only removed one of the layers,so I hold my hands up:redface: I removed 6 turf and will save them for later,and transplanted 3 Euonymus and some more perennials in the new small border:smile:

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              My first thought was that dog had been using it as a toilet.
               
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                Good afternoon @Doghouse Riley my friend no my furry friends are well trained and are taken for a walk 6 to 8 times a day and that is and when they use the toilet:smile:

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                  What?

                  Even that dog in the first photo by the seat?

                  He's got a guilty look about him.
                   
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                  • Gail_68

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                    Naughty Naughty [​IMG] Woo ….what you playing at [​IMG]

                    I'll be totally honest with you I like it [​IMG]...as it's made the garden even more with another extra feature :love30:No more cocking up in future please [​IMG]
                     
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                    • Irmemac

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                      @wiseowl, your garden is looking lovely. You made a good decision to turf that area. It must be lovely to sit out on that bench.
                       
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                        The appearance of areas like that so often indicate something buried. Quite often pathways, concrete or otherwise will show up. So glad you got it sorted.
                         
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                          Hi Mike..Some thing showed up alright forgotten liner [​IMG]
                           
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                            Cheeky! nice to find a friend with a sense of humour.
                             
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                              I think it looks better the way you have it now Woo :). The piece of liner has given you that opportunity to add something else to an already lovely garden:)
                               
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                                Good morning @luciusmaximus and thank you my friend,very much appreciated:smile:
                                 
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