In this guide, we aim to provide you with enough information to help educate you on which turf will be best for your home or business.
With the weather warming up more and more as the days go on, it is incredibly important to keep a keen eye out for lawn grubs in your yard. The hot weather is the perfect time for the grubs to invade and ruin your beautiful lawn, so look out for these early signs so you can fix the problem before it arrives.
So, you’re thinking about laying some turf during the cooler months… but aren’t sure if it’s the right thing to do. Is it a good time of year? Is it too cold? Will the lawn like the weather? All these questions, plus many more, are asked by our customers all year round and we are here to tell you, once and for all.
With borders to New Zealand opening next week, many are getting excited about the prospect of travelling internationally sometime soon. So, here at Rosemount Turf we thought we would help with the travel fever and give you a little guide as to some of the turf varieties found throughout the world - trust us, it is actually really interesting.
The lawns of Australia have seen many things - from great games of backyard cricket to BBQs that last late into the evening, your backyard has played host to some memorable (and perhaps not so memorable) happenings in your life. But whether you are playing a game of fetch with your furry best friend or celebrating a family milestone, your lawn deserves a toast or three as a place of comfort and togetherness for you and those around you.
If you did a hearty fertilise of your lawn in spring, it is likely due for another application. A majority of the common, slow release fertilisers will provide nutrients for your lawn for up to 12 weeks - this means that if you fertilised in early - mid spring, around this time is a great top-up choice.
With the Queensland summer well and truly upon us, the temperatures (and humidity levels) generally sit pretty high for weeks on end - and a lot of us are lucky enough to be able to escape to an air-conditioned space when it truly gets unbearable. But, what about your lawn?
There are a few things you can do to make the path of recovery for your lawn both quicker and easier, as most warm season lawns will spread laterally, thicken up and recover with some care and attention - these include couch, zoysia and buffalo varieties.
We understand that COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is having a significant impact on all Australians and that it is a difficult and unprecedented time at the moment. We wanted to assure you that health and safety are the top priorities for Rosemount Turf management and staff. There are certain measures that we have put in place to ensure that our customers and employees are safe. We are being vigilant with our office and ensuring all surfaces are sterilised and cleaned regularly.
We would like to remind you that orders can be made online or over the phone and paid for via credit card, so no cash handling is needed. We can arrange delivery and the placement of your turf over the phone with our administration staff when you purchase. You don't need to be home when it is delivered.
If you have any further questions regarding any of our safety policies that we have in place during this time, or would like to discuss some new turf, give us a call on (07) 5448 6398.
Rosemount turf along with Lawn Solutions Australia is reaffirming our commitment to consumers with our ability to produce and deliver high quality turf products to consumers. No contact is required during the ordering or delivering process.