How to create a low maintenance garden
February 20, 2024
Geotextiles are permeable fabrics. They are made from synthetic fibres, and appear woven, needle punched or non-woven (heat bonded).
When installing artificial grass, the geotextile layer is an essential part of the process. It is placed under the turf to control weed growth and deter worms. Rain can still filter through the geotextile fabric.
To prevent weeds from taking root in your base, you should lay a geotextile layer before installing the artificial grass. .
The geotextile membrane stops weeds colonising your grass from beneath. BuzzGrass also drains beautifully, limiting the ability for seeds to take root.
Installing the Geotextile layer is a very simple process: