Autumn in the North West

The Myerscough T-lawn is the only one I get regular access to at the moment. The temperatures are dropping and the autumn slowdown is apparent in the lawn.

Just a couple of images I took today while I picked out the odd bit of grass, and unfortunately since we are not too far from the coast some swine cress (Coronopus didymus) too.

Myerscough autumn lawn

Myerscough autumn lawn

Myerscough autumn lawn 2

Myerscough autumn lawn 2

The T lawn has been the topic of conversation at the college and a much larger one – Avondale Park size is on the cards in a rather prominent position….

2 thoughts on “Autumn in the North West

  1. I am in Canberra, Australia and am excitedly creating my own grassless lawn at home, following your ideas. I have followed your plant selection somewhat. In Australia some british plants are considered weeds and not recommended. We have scorching summers that kill many herbaceous plants. And of course we have some Australian substitutes. Please keep posting your stories, advice, plant selections and management techniques so I can keep learning.
    thanks.

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