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Listen to my full interview with Jeremy Vine on Radio 2 that hears me discussing fake grass

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Gavin Hall andJeremy Vine on Radio 2I had a great time talking about fake grass on the Jeremy Vine show on BBC Radio 2 recently. If you want to listen to the full interview click on the play link above. Although nervous, there were approximately 7million people listening, I thoroughly enjoyed the experience of discussing one of the loves of my like ‘fake grass’ with listeners. Along with talking with other guests and answering questions from Jeremy Vine I showed off a piece of my latest fake grass ‘The Heath’ – see photo. I think everyone in the studio was surprised at how realistic artificial grass is now.

Because fake grass is now so realistic I believe it is easy to incorporate into a ‘real garden’. I like real plants and wildlife as much as if not more than the next person and I think it is possible to have a beautiful fake grass lawn whilst enjoying real flowerbeds and borders and attracting wildlife. Some say that fake grass can be detrimental to the environment but I feel the opposite:

– You save on valuable water supplies for fake grass needs no water to survive.

– No fertilizer is needed to keep fake grass looking green and healthy.

– No petrol or electric machinery is needed to maintain the fake grass once it is installed

Please tell me what you think of the interview in the comments section below and feel free to ask any more questions or give you opinion on fake grass.


  1. Morning, really interesting discussion, I’m thinking of having this done as sick of mowing and weeds, however only real concern I have is re birds who use lawn area re feeding for bugs and worms and what impact you feel this will have longer term?

    Many thanks,


    • Hi there unfortunately nothing is perfect however we do encourage customers to keep beds and planting so we are not upsetting the ecosystem by much.
      We are however increasing the drainage capacity and aiding water to escape into the soil quicker.

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