Grass cutting in December - any reason why not?
Now this may sound like a daft question, but my grass missed a late cut this year, which I usually do, to keep it neat through winter, so it's dormant but a bit clumpy and untidy looking, I have a free afternoon, the sun is shining so i was thinking that i might give it a bit of a trim. But not sure if cutting this time of year would be damaging. We have had several heavy frosts at the begining of December, but only a light dusting here and there for the last couple of weeks, the wind is cold, but weather is quite mild other than that, the ground is soft and plyable, have'nt had any rain for at least a couple of weeks, so no water logging or wet grass, all in all acept for the time of year, the conditions seem to be perfect, what are your thoughts on this?
- 29 Dec, 2008