For the last couple years, I've spent a lot of time on my lawn getting
it to what I think it pretty decent. We had some building work done over
winter and as much as I tried to protect it, some areas got a little too
I bought in a bulk bag of Baileys of Norfolk 'Turf Renovation Mix' -
basically a sandy top dressing. Aerated the lawn and raked and cut it
last week. I then went about spreading and brushing in the top dressing.
Overseeded it and raked this in. Although I do have a lot of the
established grass tips showing through the top dressing, in some areas,
particularly the lower spots, it has covered much of the grass.
My question is: Will a good established dwarf creeping rye grass, which
was sold as a hard waring type push through a thin top dressing?
I hope so?
- posted 7 years ago