my lawn looks horrid, is it ok to seed it now??
If the soil is warm enough- but it will be slow to germinate- grass seed is not that expensive why not just give it a try?
Yes, go for it! Not exactly the same but I've just sown my wildflower meadow but now is fine for grass seed too. www.alisonpike.com/blog/
grown tomatoes for years but this year the skins have had blotches on them and discoulerd a bit but taste o/k, any one know the cause please,
I rakekd over and re-seeded some bare patches (builders' skips ) last Sunday and it rained on Monday - perfect timing. We're still getting some spells of warmish sunshine so I'm hopefull that I'll have a green lawn before very long. A packet of grass seed cost me £7.99 if I remember correctly - I used about one tenth of it - the chap at the garden centre worked out how much of the special Patching stuff (a mix of coir and seed etc) I would need and he costed it to over £50! I'm happy to give the cheap and simple solution a go
Leslie, can you start a new thread for your question? Then the tomato experts will see it