4 Ways to enjoy your lawn this winter

Here’s 4 ways to enjoy your lawn this Winter

I know it’s cold and I know that you are spending a lot less time outside during these cold Winter months. But there are plenty of ways you can still get outside on the lawn and enjoy it!

Fire pits

Enjoy a Fire pit

Install a fire pit and roast some marshmallows! Fire pits are available in a variety of styles and sizes so you are sure to find one to suit your space. There’s nothing quite like cosying up by a warm fire under the stars, am I right? Just be careful you don’t place it too close to the grass and cause it to burn! (Read how to protect your lawn when using fire pits here)

Woodfired pizza ovens

Enjoy your Wood fired pizza oven

What’s better than a cosy fire to warm yourself by? Something that provides delicious food as well! While they may seem a luxury there are more and more options available that are much cheaper than the professional concrete ones and they are easy to use. If you are handy you can even build your own!

Backyard Camping

Enjoy Backyard camping


Soft grass underneath, stars in the sky, no crowds of people to fight over ground space with like at the camping grounds. Plus, if you combine the above 2 ways as well, you may just have yourself the perfect weekend!

Winter lawn care

Winter lawn

Don’t forget to care for the lawn while you are out there! You might not be mowing it as much as you do in the warmer months, but there are certainly things you can do to help your lawn come out the other side of winter in top shape. Read more about how to care for you lawn during Winter here.


In preparation for the warmer months…

Start a landscaping or garden ‘to-do’ list for Spring

Get a plan together so you are ready to go for when it’s warmer and more enjoyable to be outside.

For more information on lawn care visit our Lawn Care page.

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