The Ultimate Guide to Preparing Soil for Turf Installation


Achieving a lush, green lawn that’s the envy of the neighbourhood requires more than just laying down turf. It begins with the foundation—the soil. Proper soil preparation is the cornerstone of successful turf installation, ensuring optimal growth, vibrant colour, and long-term health for your grass. In this blog, we will go through a step-by-step guide to preparing your soil for turf effectively, from understanding soil types and assessing soil quality to implementing soil preparation techniques that set the stage for a thriving lawn.

Understanding Your Soil

Before delving into soil preparation techniques, it’s crucial to familiarize yourself with your soil’s characteristics. Soil types can range from sandy, which drains quickly but may lack nutrients, to clayey, which retains water but can become compacted. Loamy soil strikes a balance, offering good drainage and nutrient retention.

Conducting a soil test is the initial step in this process. By testing for pH levels, texture, and nutrient content, you gain valuable insights into your soil’s composition and what amendments or preparations it may need.

Assessing Soil Quality

Soil testing isn’t just a recommendation—it’s a necessity for successful turf installation. A pH test reveals whether your soil is acidic, neutral, or alkaline, guiding you in selecting grass varieties that thrive in your soil’s pH range. Texture analysis determines if your soil is primarily sand, silt, clay, or a combination, influencing its water-holding capacity and nutrient availability. Knowing your soil’s nutrient levels helps you tailor fertilizer applications to supplement deficiencies and promote healthy turf growth.

Soil Preparation Steps

  • Clearing and Cleaning
    The initial step in soil preparation involves clearing the area of rocks, weeds, and debris. This process not only creates a clean canvas for turf installation but also reduces competition for nutrients and water, giving your grass a head start in establishing strong roots.

  • Soil Aeration
    Aerating the soil is essential for promoting root development and enhancing water and nutrient absorption. Core aeration or spike aeration methods can alleviate soil compaction caused by foot traffic or heavy equipment, ensuring that your turf’s roots can penetrate deeply and access vital resources.

  • Adding Amendments
    Based on your soil test results, you’ll need to add amendments to improve soil structure and fertility. Organic matter like compost, peat moss, or well-rotted manure can enhance soil aeration, water retention, and nutrient availability, creating an ideal environment for turf roots to thrive.

  • Leveling and Grading
    Achieving level ground for turf installation is critical, as uneven areas can lead to water pooling and uneven growth. Using a rake, levelling tool, or grading equipment, level the area to ensure your soil bed is smooth and uniform before laying down turf.

  • Final Soil Preparation
    Before installing turf, complete the soil preparation process by tilling the soil to incorporate amendments, rolling it for firmness, and smoothing the surface for optimal turf establishment. These final touches set the stage for healthy root growth and a vibrant, resilient lawn.

Tips for Turf Installation

When choosing the right turf grass species for your lawn, it’s essential to consider several key factors that can significantly impact its long-term success. One of the most critical considerations is your soil type. Different grass species thrive in specific soil conditions, so understanding your soil’s composition—whether it’s sandy, loamy, or clay soil—can guide you in selecting the most suitable grass variety.

The climate also plays a crucial role in turf selection, as certain grasses are better suited to hot, dry climates while other grasses are more suited to cooler, wetter regions. Additionally, consider the intended use of your lawn. Are you looking for a durable turf for high-traffic areas, or do you prefer a softer, more ornamental grass for a residential garden?

Once you’ve chosen the right turf grass species, proper installation techniques are crucial for ensuring its successful establishment and long-term health. Watering newly laid turf is essential to help it establish strong roots and survive the transplant shock. Rolling the turf after installation helps remove air pockets and ensures good soil-to-turf contact, promoting root development and uniform growth.

Providing initial care and lawn maintenance, such as consistent watering, mowing at the appropriate height, and fertilizing as needed, encourages healthy root growth and establishes a strong foundation for your lawn. By considering these factors and following best practices for turf installation, you can create a thriving lawn that enhances your outdoor space.

Maintaining Healthy Soil and Turf

To maintain healthy soil and turf, it’s essential to regularly aerate your soil to prevent compaction and promote nutrient absorption and root growth. Monitor soil moisture levels closely and adjust watering schedules accordingly to avoid under or over-watering, ensuring that your turf receives adequate hydration without becoming waterlogged. Additionally, fertilize as needed based on soil nutrient levels and grass growth stages, using slow-release or organic fertilizers to sustain long-term soil and turf health.

Ready for Installation

Preparing your soil for turf installation is fundamental to creating a vibrant, resilient lawn that enhances your outdoor space. Understanding your soil’s characteristics, conducting thorough soil tests, and implementing proper soil preparation techniques can lay the groundwork for healthy turf growth and long-lasting beauty. Remember to continue monitoring and maintaining your soil and turf health to enjoy a lush, green lawn for years to come.

For added convenience and efficiency in turf installation, consider using Lavington Turf Farms. Our high-quality turf products and expertise in turf installation can contribute to a successful and thriving lawn.

The Environmental And Economic Benefits Of Using Locally Sourced Sod


Large open grass scenery

In a time when people are increasingly mindful of the environment, and economic considerations are more important than ever, the materials we use for landscaping are becoming more and more important. One choice that’s gaining popularity for being both environmentally friendly and easy on the budget is to go for locally grown and sourced sod. It’s not just a win for the environment; it’s a boost for the local economy as well.

Reducing Carbon Footprint

Transportation of goods over long distances contributes significantly to carbon emissions. Choosing locally grown sod drastically reduces the carbon footprint associated with its delivery. When you purchase sod grown nearby, not only is your sod fresher, it doesn’t have to travel thousands of miles to reach your property. This reduction in transportation emissions helps combat climate change and ensures cleaner air for our community.

Promoting Biodiversity

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Local sod doesn’t just make your lawn beautiful; it also does wonders for our local wildlife. The native grasses and plants that come with locally sourced sod, like the Kentucky Bluegrasses blended with Fescue we supply at Lavington Turf Farm, become essential homes and food sources for neighborhood critters, like birds and insects. So, when you choose local sod, you’re helping to protect the natural balance of our local ecosystems.

Water Conservation

Locally grown sod is typically well-suited to our region’s climate and soil conditions. This means it requires less water to thrive compared to sod varieties from distant locales. Less water usage translates to lower utility bills for homeowners and reduces the strain on local water resources, which is especially crucial in areas with water drought issues. Typically, to maintain your sod in the Okanagan region, you’d only need to give it about 1 inch of water each week. This approach encourages your grass to develop deep roots, which helps it withstand dry spells. Be sure to check with your local turf farm for their recommended watering guidelines.

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Supporting Local Economy

Local sod is more than just grass; it’s a source of livelihood for many. Every local sod farm creates jobs, from the hardworking farmers and cultivators to the dedicated delivery drivers. The money you spend stays within the region, benefiting everyone, from farmers to retailers.

Enhanced Durability

Locally grown sod is more likely to thrive in your specific climate and soil conditions. It’s acclimated to the local weather patterns, which means it has a higher chance of flourishing once installed. This can reduce the need for costly replacements, yard maintenance, and repairs, ultimately saving you money.

Local Expertise

Behind every successful garden is a knowledgeable gardener, and behind every lush lawn of local sod is a local sod farmer. These experts possess in-depth knowledge of our region’s specific needs, ensuring that you receive not only quality sod but also tailored advice and guidance. Having your local sod farmer in your backyard allows you to have access to them if and when any problems may arise with your lawn.

Lavington turf farms truck

Opting for locally grown and sourced sod isn’t just a choice; it’s a commitment to a greener and more prosperous future. This sustainable practice reduces our carbon footprint, nurtures biodiversity, and conserves water, all while strengthening our local community through job creation and economic growth. 

We are excited to serve as your reliable supplier of local sod in both the Okanagan area and neighboring regions. Here at Lavington Turf, our focus extends beyond providing high-quality, locally-cultivated sod. We are committed to promoting sustainability and contributing to the growth of the community.

Whether you live in the Okanagan, Vernon, Coldstream, Lumby, Salmon Arm, Sorrento, or any of the surrounding areas within our proud service range – which includes Kamloops, Kelowna, Penticton, Kootenays, Caribou, and all the way to the USA Border – you can count on us to meet your needs!

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Turf With Pets


Having pets brings us happiness, but it’s no secret that they can wreak havoc on our lawns. If you’re a proud pet owner seeking a gorgeous and pet-friendly lawn, consider turf as your saving grace. In this blog, we’ll delve into the benefits of turf for pet owners and share some valuable tips on installing and maintaining it while keeping your furry friends in mind.

The Benefits of Turf for Pet Owners

When it comes to pet-friendly lawns, turf offers several advantages. Firstly, it offers easy installation and requires low maintenance compared to natural grass. With turf, you can say goodbye to constant mowing, watering, and fertilizing. It saves you time and effort, allowing you to spend more quality time with your pets.

Turf is also durable and designed to withstand the playful activities of your pets. Whether they’re running, chasing, or rolling around, the turf can handle it without getting easily damaged. This durability ensures that your lawn remains intact, providing a safe and enjoyable space for your furry friends.

Choosing top-quality turf from Lavington Turf Farms, or another local farm; like Kamloops Turf Farms, Vernon Turf, and other reputable providers is also environmentally-friendly. Turf reduces the need for harmful pesticides and fertilizers, creating a healthier environment for both your pets and the ecosystem. With high quality turf, you can be assured that your pets can roam and play on a surface that is free from toxic chemicals.

Installing Turf with Pets Around

When installing turf with your furry friends in mind, there are a few important factors to consider. You must make sure to prepare the area adequately. This includes having proper base layers, including organic top soil,  beneath the turf, which play a crucial role in managing pet waste and promoting absorption. By doing so, you can keep your lawn cleaner and more hygienic for both you and your pets.

In order to give the turf the best chance to establish roots and avoid any potential damage, it’s important to keep your pets away from the turf / sod until you start to notice visible growth. This initial period is crucial for the turf to thrive and become more resilient to the playful activities of your pets. It may require some patience on your part, but it will ultimately lead to a healthier and more durable lawn for everyone to enjoy.

Maintaining Turf When You Have a Pet:

Maintaining a pet-friendly lawn requires some regular upkeep, but it’s definitely worth the effort. One of the most important tasks is cleaning up after your pet. Make it a priority to promptly remove any pet waste to keep your lawn clean and free from unpleasant odors. This will also prevent staining and discoloration of the turf. Additionally, giving the area a regular rinse with water will help maintain its cleanliness and freshness.

Another aspect to consider is discouraging your pets from digging in the turf. You can achieve this through positive reinforcement and training techniques. Redirect their digging behaviors to designated areas like a sandbox or a specific spot in the yard where they can freely indulge in their natural instincts. This way, you can preserve the integrity of the turf while still allowing your pets to satisfy their digging urges.

Lastly, don’t forget to regularly pick up your pets’ toys from the turf. Leaving toys scattered on the lawn can negatively impact both the aesthetics and overall health of the turf. By keeping the lawn clear of toys, you ensure proper maintenance and prolong the longevity of your pet-friendly turf. It’s all about creating a clean, beautiful, and enjoyable space for both you and your furry companions to relish.

Get Your Best Lawn

In conclusion, for pet owners seeking a durable and low-maintenance lawn, turf from trusted providers like Lavington Turf Farms can be an excellent solution. By following the tips for pet lawn maintenance and effective yard maintenance techniques, you can create a beautiful and pet-friendly yard that brings joy to both you and your furry companions. With proper installation and regular care, your pet-friendly lawn will thrive, providing a lush and enjoyable outdoor space for everyone to enjoy. Contact us at Lavington Turf Farms today for a quote or to speak with one of our knowledgeable team members. Let’s create a lawn that both you and your beloved pets will love!

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Sod Delivery!


You’ve got dreams of an emerald green yard and are excited for the delivery of your new sod. Proper preparation ahead of receiving delivery or pick up of sod can be beneficial for the success of the lawn. Let’s take a look at what you need to be ready for delivery day.

Lavington turf truck delivering sod

It’s Important To Be Prepared For Your Order

Whether you decide to take care of the sod installation yourself or have us professionally install it, the area that you’ve chosen for the sod needs to be properly prepped and ready before you get sod.

  • Prepping the area for the sod – removing all debris, weeds, rocks to the area
  • Installing the sod immediately – timing is key to stop any damage to sodCreating a water plan – we can assist with your water plan if needed
  • Grass lifting – watch for grubs and water puddles that could lead to root damage.

What Happens When You’re Not Prepared For Your Sod Order?

discoulored sod

The sooner your fresh sod goes from the farm to your soil, the better, so it doesn’t dry out. The same day is best. Don’t rush the preparation stage as it will save you time and headaches in the long run.

  • Sod can spoil– it’s important to get that sod installed as soon as possible to keep it lush
  • Sod can start to get discoloured – a sure sign things have taken too long is when you lose the grass’s green brilliance
  • Sod can potentially die – prepping is key to ensure no sod goes to waste

Tips For Prepping Your Area For Sod Installation

It’s like most things,  the better prepared you are the less chance for errors and mistakes. Here are a few more tips to make sure you have everything needed for a successful sod installation.

  • Test the soil – This test will tell you if your soil’s pH is too far off to grow grass. Plants generally prefer soil that’s relatively neutral in pH.
  • Clear the space from debris – unwanted debris and obstacles will cause unevenness 
  • Get rid of unwanted grass and weeds
  • Grade the soil – most minor grading can be done on your own while major work may require more equipment
  • Add a layer of topsoil
  • Till the soil
  • Water the soil

Get Your Sod Directly Through Our Farm Today

pallet of sod

Need advice on how to create a watering plan to work with your environment? Let us know and we can assist with this. We service the following areas:

  • Okanagan (including Vernon, Kelowna, Penticton, Osoyoos, Sorrento, Salmon Arm)
  • Thompson Okanagan (Kamloops)
  • BC Interior
  • All the way to the US border

Please note that due to high demand, orders are taking longer to complete. Contact us today and we can give you a timeline of when our sod and turf will be ready for pick up or delivery.
Consider installing turf from Lavington Turf Farms and call us today for your quote.

End of Season Sod Installation


It might not be well known, but did you know that spring and fall are the best seasons to lay sod? It’s typically assumed that due to the warm weather, summer would be the optimal time, however this isn’t true. Sod can be laid anytime throughout the growing season, but spring and fall tend to be the best seasons for it. While it’s important to avoid laying sod in freezing temperatures, the Okanagan offers some mild fall conditions which make sod installation very convenient this time of year. September is an optimal month to get landscaping projects finalized, because this is the last month of “predictable” weather. 

Laying sod past September isn’t a large issue, however you would be in favour of the unpredictability of snowfall and freezing temperatures, which can affect the chances of sod rooting into the soil. This isn’t an end all however, as rooting can proceed come spring, however, that’s why we stress sod installation this month for ‘end of season’ application. 

In this blog, we will give you a few things to consider for end of season sod installation – Let’s get started! 

Cooler Temperatures

In a previous blog, we mentioned how beneficial laying sod in the fall was. One of the largest benefits is the cooler temperatures. Contrary to popular belief, the cooler temperatures associated in September help prevent sod from overheating and drying out. This is also a great opportunity for sod to develop roots prior to the winter season.

Not only do these mild temperatures benefit the sod, but they also benefit you!

Working on landscaping projects has never been easy throughout fall. Without the demands of the intense heat during summer, the cooler temperatures make it easier for working conditions. Keep in mind that it is too late to plant seeds, but laying sod is optimal for the month of September. 

Less Care Required

Thanks to the cooler temperatures, lawns require less work. We mentioned in our previous blog the demands of sod in hot temperatures.

However, in the current season, sod doesn’t dry out and the risk of roots not developing is lessened. Compared to summer, the amount of water needed in the fall is greatly reduced. Grass maintains moisture easily in fall, and due to that, has a greater survivability compared to summer.  

The best advantage to laying sod during the fall season is dormancy, or “set it and forget it”. Dormancy is easy to achieve by laying the sod and letting it root before winter kicks in. This allows it to be dormant throughout the winter, and grow in the following spring. 

Timing is Key

While laying sod during the fall is an optimal time to finish landscaping projects for the season, it’s important to utilize September as the final month for sod installation. Sod typically takes up to 6 weeks to finish developing a strong root system and 2 weeks to develop a shallow root system.

Because of this, you need to give your sod adequate time to form and develop roots. 

Timing is important here. 

Give your sod approximately 4-6 weeks to root before the ground will freeze for the winter. Within the Okanagan region this means taking advantage of September to install sod. Once the ground is frozen you lose the opportunity to let your sod root – so act fast this month!

Conclusion

Fall is a great time to lay sod and finish those landscaping projects for the year. It’s important to utilize the end of season for fall sod installation – and be of course mindful of the winter to come. Afterall, the goal is to have beautiful growing grass for next spring and summer!

At Lavington Turf Farms, we understand the importance of end of season sod installation. That’s why we still have sod available for your end of season landscaping projects. We offer customisable, drought tolerant turf that holds up in fall temperatures. 

Service Area

We proudly serve the following areas: Vernon, Coldstream, Lumby, Salmon Arm, Sorrento, Revelstoke, Kamloops, Kelowna, Penticton, Kootenays, and Caribou, all the way to the USA Border.

For more information or a free quote for your project, please visit this page on our website.

Okanagan Grass in Dormancy


Introduction

Within the Okanagan, home owners have the luxury of enjoying mixed temperatures all season, with the added benefit of cold winter months and hot summer months. With that being said, the unreasonably hot and dry summers take its toll on plant life – giving long hot days, with little to no rain. As well, the long winter months mean your grass manages with heavy snow falls, and below freezing temperatures. However, the brown and dry grass homeowners are left with is completely normal and should have no cause for concern. In fact, your grass isn’t dead, it’s simply dormant!

It’s quite a common question at Lavington Turf Farms; We have customers who aren’t used to the Okanagan summers or winters, and are more used to green grass year round. In this blog, we will take you through grass dormancy; the difference between dead or dormant grass, how your lawn will be affected, and tips we gathered from years within the industry to care for dormant sod. 

That being said, let’s get started!

Difference between dead and dormant grass

The sight of brown grass can be confusing for homeowners. It’s important to know what caused the discoloration and in the best case scenario – if your grass is still alive. There are a few simple differences in dead and dormant grass, and if the grass is dormant, you will be completely capable of having lush green grass again.

The simplest difference would be testing your lawn by pulling on a small section of brown grass to test resistance. Simply put, if you have no resistance and the grass pulls out easy – it’s dead. Another visual difference in dead and dormant grass, is that typically, dormant grass will be consistent. By this we mean, if your whole lawn is brown in colour it’s most likely dormant.

Of course, if there are small patches of brown grass inconsistent with the rest of the lawn, then those areas are most likely dead. 

Remember to act consistent and attentive with watering, and inquire to a professional if you need help deciphering between dead or dormant grass.

Grass in dormancy

Now that you know your grass is dormant, let’s talk about how your grass is revived out of dormancy. As mentioned earlier, when your grass is yellow or brown in colour and looks as if dead, there is actually a part of the root that is still intact; the crown. This inner piece remains alive and will regain life again once reactivated by moisture. When this happens, the grass will begin to transition into green lush grass again. Of course, this is greatly benefited if you have consistent waterings and treat your dormant grass with care. 

Dormant grass is in a vulnerable state, so limiting the traffic on your grass while it recovers is ideal for your grass to bounce back properly. Besides damage caused from traffic, your vulnerable lawn is susceptible to weeds when dormant. Be sure to monitor your grass frequently during dormancy and trim weeds appropriately early in the spring season. 

Laying dormant sod

Did you know that it is possible to lay dormant sod in the off seasons? It’s actually beneficial to install dormant sod grass in the early winter months to prevent erosion and mud. If monitored and treated correctly, your sod will grow roots in the early spring months, and you will have the full benefits of a healthy green lawn. When laying dormant sod, it’s important to follow a proper watering schedule, and be alert for cold dry weather, which has a high chance of drying out the root of the sod.

Dormant sod does require less water than previously laid summer sod – but you should always be mindful of the conditions year round, and water accordingly, to ensure roots form for spring. Herbicides should also not be applied until spring months once the sod is rooted.

Conclusion

Now we hope you feel confident and comfortable knowing that your lawn can, and will go dormant during certain seasons throughout the year, but that should give you no reason to panic. Brown grass is common and not an issue – as long as you treat your dormant grass well, then the likelihood of having green lush grass for future spring and summer seasons will happen for you. If at any point you require help determining if your grass is dormant or dead, or if you need sod for new sections of your lawn, contact us for a quote today! 

At Lavington Turf Farms, we are always here if you have any questions about your projects. We can customize our sod to fit your needs, and our drought tolerant turf will always fit the conditions.

Service Area

We proudly serve the following areas: Vernon, Coldstream, Lumby, Salmon Arm, Sorrento, Revelstoke, Kamloops, Kelowna, Penticton, Kootenays, and Caribou, all the way to the USA Border.

For more information or a free quote for your project, please visit this page on our website. 

The Best Time To Lay Sod in The Okanagan & BC Interior


Family owned and operated since 1988, we have been providing top quality sod and turf for many applications including: residential, golf and sports fields. Our experience comes from years of practice – and our roots run deep within the industry. With all that being said, to put it simply; we know turf/sod and the Okanagan pretty well. 

With Spring fast approaching – it’s no question that residents within the Okanagan & BC Interior have been planning new projects that could include; beautiful lawns for their yards, new golf courses or creating/expanding a sports field!  But how do you know when is the right time to lay sod? While it seems pretty straight forward, there are better times to lay sod to ensure you end up with lush, low-growing, thick grass. 

Let’s get rolling!

When is the best time to lay sod in the Okanagan?

Due to the warm summers with low humidity, and the mild winters; the Okanagan’s semi-arid climate is the perfect location to start your sod/turfing needs. Within Okanagan and Interior British Columbia, you can install turf any time from early spring to late fall. 

Spring to late fall is an ideal time range because that’s when the ground can be easily worked with, and tilled to prepare for perfect sod application. That being said, we strongly believe that with the right preparation, there is no need to wait for the “right” season to put on your lawn! 

The right preparation means ensuring the ground is in it’s best condition to retain sod, measuring your sod to ensure it lays correctly, and keeping up with the sod’s maintenance to ensure you produce long roots and beautiful grass. For more information on getting started, this page will let you know everything you need about sod preparation, and maintenance.


Tips for laying sod in the Spring


Spring is a fantastic time to lay down some new sod – but the warm to cool temperatures can come with a few drawbacks. 

The occasional rain fall will greatly help the sod quickly root – but be warned, too much rain means muddy soil, which can make it more challenging to apply sod. We recommend not applying sod after a full rainfall – but being strategic with the application. Damp soil is great, and a huge advantage for your sod to quickly root – just be sure to act fast, and not wait for your soil to turn to mud! 

With the transition from winter to spring – comes the expectancy of morning frost as well. Be sure to not walk too much on the new sod after frost, or else it could damage your new grass. For the spring, nutrients, sunlight and rain are abundant – it is an excellent time to lay your sod down. 


Tips for laying sod in the Summer


As mentioned before, laying sod can be done the majority of the year – however, there are some important notes to keep in mind when laying sod in the summer. The Okanagan summers can typically be quite hot, and while it may be tempting to water your sod often – be sure to not over water it. Ideally, you will want your soil to be damp 3-4 inches below its surface. 

Due to the nature of the summer temperatures – its most ideal to water your sod in the early mornings, and late afternoons. These times give the water more chances of soaking directly into the soil – watering during the day could mean, on those hot days, the water evaporating before ever reaching your soil, resulting in your sod not rooting. 

Tips for laying sod in the Fall

While the fall within the Okanagan can be unpredictable and range from warm to cold – it’s still an excellent, and most times, ideal season for laying sod! Keep in mind that laying sod shouldn’t be done in below freezing temperatures – but rather, on those warmer days. 

Fall is the preferred season to lay sod due to cooler temperatures; meaning less risk of the sod overheating and drying out. That being said, it’s still a good practice to water your sod often – but compared to summer months, you won’t have to fear your sod drying out. 

Your sod will love the cooler temperatures, but so will you – these cooler temperatures also make for great working conditions! 

Conclusion

Whatever your sod or turfing needs are  – it’s always a great time to install within the Okanagan. While each season supplies its own advantages and disadvantages, you are always guaranteed fantastic results and growth following our best practices. After all, the success of your lawn really comes down to the preparation you have for the elements – rather than the elements themselves. 

At Lavington Turf Farms, we want you to have the best experience possible when applying your sod, and end up with the best results. Our quality sod is perfect for battling the elements to give you lush, low-growing grass any time of the year. 

The seasons can be unpredictable, but Lavington Turf Farms isn’t. From our field to your yard, we offer fast delivery and the ability to pick up at the farm direct. 

For more information or a free quote for your project, please visit this page on our website. 

Welcome to Our Brand New Website!


After months of hard work, we are excited to finally announce the launch! Our goal was to create an informative and welcoming website. The website provides our clients with an easy way to learn about us and our services.

We hope you enjoy and find our new website useful. If you have any comments or questions for us, please feel free to get in touch using our contact page and we will be sure to get back to you.

Lavington Turf Farms 


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