We offer turf supply and turf supply and installation services.

Choosing the right turf

As a garden turf or for a project it's important to choose the right product. There are different grades, some of which are specialist and others are suited to a variety of applications. Before buying a lawn turf you should consider what it is to be used for, ie how much foot traffic it will receive, and the growing conditions, such as the aspect of the garden and the soil type.

Medallion turf is multi-purpose and high quality with an excellent visual appearance. Its specially selected cultivar mix produces a turf that provides the most suitable performance for the diverse UK climate and offers enhanced performance in all quality landscaping situations. It is highly adaptable to variations in rainfall, sunlight, soil type, pH levels and nutrients. Ryegrass is included for wear and disease resistance, making it suitable for as a more hard wearing garden turf. Selected cultivars are Rhizomatous and deep rooting, vital for producing a turf that provides a high level of drought tolerance.

Medallion can be used as a lawn turf where a quality appearance, strength and low maintenance are important, such as family lawns which are subject to more wear and tear from children and pets. It is also used for sports pitches, public open spaces and golf courses.

Groundscape Rolwan Turf

Quality Turf

Groundscape Fertile Topsoil

Quality Top Soil

Groundscape Shaped Lawns

Shaped Lawns

Groundscape Lawn Seeding

Seeded Lawns

Groundscape Lawn Edging Systems

Lawn Edging

Groundscape Tiered Lawns

Soil Grading & Tiered Lawns

Turf is best laid in mid-autumn, but can be laid any time between mid-autumn and late winter whenever the soil is not too wet or frosty. In spring and autumn little mowing is needed so newly-laid turf can be left relatively undisturbed for several weeks.

Turf laid in spring often needs watering in dry spells over summer. Both dry soils and mowing before grass is fully rooted, stresses turf and delays rooting.

From Seed

The germination time for grass seed ranges from 5 to 30 days depending on the variety. It can be even longer than this in cooler temperatures. This is how long it will take to actually see the grass growing. Until this point, the seed, or the soil and mulch in contact with the seed, must stay moist.

From Rolls

The lawn is live so it will grow straight away, what we are looking for is good root growth into the top soil base.

  • Gold medal winning, technically superior turf which roots aggressively
  • Over 40 years knowledge & experience developing the ideal turf
  • BS EN ISO 9001:2015 & BS EN ISO 14001:2015 certified
  • Stays fresher longer with our unique Profresh® System