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Alan Titchmarsh demonstrates how to make a lawn using seed – a great-value way to create a lovely lawn. For more tips and tricks and to buy plants and garden products, visit Waitrose Garden | http://www.waitrose.com/home/garden.html Twitter | http://www.twitter.com/waitrose Facebook | http://www.facebook.com/waitrose Pinterest | http://www.pinterest.com/waitrose More great recipes, ideas and groceries | http://www.waitrose.com Related PostsSummer Lawn CareSummer lawn careHow To Use Common Lawn Edger And Seeding And Planting Tools For Growing Vegetable GardenSVP Cincinnati partners with Civic Garden CenterLawn Care Motivation #7 For the Love of MoneyHow to turn your lawn into a vegetable garden

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19 Comments

  • Officer Goodbody 1 month ago

    No weeds bruh

  • rasha ibrahim 1 month ago

    Very clear and helpful thanks

  • Sterling Archer 1 month ago

    Gravel, it is then….

  • Raymond Anderson 1 month ago

    I have lifted around 8 slabs as I'm wanting a full garden of grass but as I have lift the slabs the soil was mixed with stones and I have took away most of the stones away. I have bought fresh soil to put on top and grass seeds.. what I'm wanting to know is will the grass still grow

  • jo smetham 1 month ago

    I lovvvve you Alan,

  • Mubeen Al Zain 1 month ago

    why the video pointing on you not on what are you doing !!!!!!!!!!!

  • The Welsh Wizard 1 month ago

    Rubbish, grass roots, depending on species, can be around 8-12inches long if a proper root zone has been prepared.

  • 23yidarmy 1 month ago

    And the end result????…

  • paul hunter 1 month ago

    no watering?

  • stilt 1 month ago

    Dreadful Mr. T. You really needed to add top grade 1 top soil to that stone infested mess. Putting a level line down gives one a greater degree of accuracy in ensuring the lawn will be level and true to the gradient of the garden. Do your stomp but you should use a long piece of 2 x 2 wood to flatten the soil out, fill the shallows and stomp again. Repeat.. When it comes to the first cut one should use lazy backs rather than an mower as mowers can tug young grass out from the soil. Do this and as you inch forward stand on a plank and this presses the new shoots into the soil. A very gentle rake above soil level to remove cut grass. I would wait til grass is inch and half before cut. Keep soil moist established.

  • That's handy, there's plenty of stones on the patch to throw at the cats.if they turn up.

  • Paul Wharton 1 month ago

    Amazingly helpful – He's the best !

  • Fabia Nishiuchi 1 month ago

    LOOVE IT THANK YOU!

  • Raymond Faulkner 1 month ago

    Hope you don't have a cylinder mower, it will be wrecked with all those bricks.

  • Maurice Acosta 1 month ago

    Could you explain the method to keep cats away?

  • ArcanePath360 1 month ago

    Thanks Alan

  • George Konstantinos Bouzalis 1 month ago

    Grass planting i think is a f****g science hehe.I tried many times and the result always is poor. Here in Greece the weather is crazy so i will try again with your method in 10 days.Thanx for the video : )

  • Nabil Sheikh 1 month ago

    After watching this video and many like this, I followed the instructions and I would advise that you make deep holes in the area that you want to seed before planting the seed. By putting holes in the ground you will ensure that grass will root and not come loose once the seed has produced the grass. The grass will be firmly in the ground.

    I would also recommend laying some compost in the area and leaving it for 3 day, before seeding. The compost will provide nourishment for the raw seeds.

    Rain water will also provide nitrogen to help the seeds produce grass.

  • John Pedraza 1 month ago

    Why not just rototill it?