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Is your garden in need of a transformation? Homebase has you covered with top-quality turf. Shop our range now and turn your outdoors into a lush, green oasis.

Turfing a garden has never been easier with Homebase turf. Our rolled turf is a practical solution, so you can say goodbye to the hassle of sewing lawn seeds. Lawn turf is designed to make your gardening journey a breeze. At Homebase, we understand that every garden is unique - we offer a variety of lawn turf coverage options to suit your specific needs. Lawn turf rolls are a convenient and efficient way to achieve your dream lawn.

If you haven't used gardening turf and aren't sure where to start, check out our blog on how to create a new lawn from turf.

Worried about the logistics of bringing your turf home? Not to worry, Homebase delivery service takes care of the heavy lifting. Order your rolls of turf online, with a few clicks on our user-friendly website.

Buy our grass turf by ordering online or going in-store today. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is turf?

Turf is a surface layer of soil with a dense growth of grass, often used for lawns and sports fields.

How much turf do you need?

The amount of turf you need depends on the area you want to cover. Measure the length and width of the space in meters, then multiply the two dimensions together for your meter coverage area. Turf for gardens is typically sold by the square meter, so you can then purchase the appropriate amount based on the size of your project.

How do your turf a garden?

Turfing a garden involves several key steps to make sure your new lawn is installed to perfection. Visit our guide on laying garden turf for further information and in-depth instructions.

How do you prepare a garden for turf?

To prepare a garden for turf, you want to remove any existing turf and dig over the soil to a depth of 2-4 inches. Clear all existing weeds, roots, debris and large stones from the area.

How long does it take to turf a garden?

The time it takes to turf a garden can vary depending on several factors, including the size of the area, the complexity of the preparation work, and the number of people working on the project.