When Should I Start to Cut my Grass again this Winter?

The simple answer is you shouldn’t! Although your lawn will continue to grow, albeit slowly, the amount will be scarcely noticeable and cutting during the winter will only do more harm than good. Grass grows most prolifically during warm, moist temperatures that ideally occur in the late spring. Extremes of heat or cold will prevent it growing. There were not many lawn mowing duties during our recent hot summer! In the late autumn, you should give the lawn a final cut but ensure the blades are set at a higher level. This will provide a cushion of growth to protect the base of the shoots during ice and snow. If there seems to be no respite from gales and rain, it is better for your grass to spend your time cleaning your lawnmower and packing it away until the spring.

Waterlogged

Autumn and winter are seasons that are particularly known …