Help with extremely muddy garden and driveway!
My mum has jist moved house and the front garden/driveway had been chewed up by vans and cars and is incredibly muddy and slippery. The driveway is a bit of a slope but nothing major.
I've seen those plastic grids you can get for gravel but not sure if it would be suitable on top of the mud or on a slight slope. Has anyone used them and know what surface they should be laid on?
The back garden is significantly worse and walking on the mud is like quicksand! It doesn't look too bad until you stand on it.
Same again with the gravel grids, it that too unstable to put on the mud then turf or seed over the top?
It looks like it could do with compacting somehow but can't imagine a Wacker plate being much use on the mud, that's if it didn't disappear into the abyss first! I was thinking of laying sheets of wood we have lying around with some big heavy plant pots to try and level/compact it slightly?..
Is it a case of waiting to see if the summer will dry both the front and back gardens out or has anyone got any ideas?!
The back garden is more important because they have two dogs that can't go out there because of how bad it is.
Any help appreciated!!