Blog posts tagged in Queensland climate
There’s good and bad news when it comes to lawn types.
The good news is that the majority of Australians live in climates where all the better types of lawns grow. The bad news is there are a few varieties that will only grow well in specific climates.
The kids are finally back at school after the spring holidays and you’re heaving a sigh of relief – until you look at your lawn, that is.
Your poor lawn has been used and abused and is now well and truly trashed, with bare patches, scuds cut out, toys all over it… you know the story.
Don’t get us wrong; we love our great big state, our unique climate and obviously our Queensland lifestyle.
What we don’t like is that our weather can reduce all but the best grasses to brown wisps within days of it being laid. Between tropical and sub-topical summers and cool, crisp winter nights, the fact most of us live on the coast where the Pacific swells fling up salt to further stress our lawns and our gardens, it’s no wonder many grasses declare defeat and die!