Artificial Grass at Morrisons £25 1m x 4m
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Artificial Grass at Morrisons £25 1m x 4m

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Found 23rd May 2016
Grass made simple artificial grass at Morrisons for £25 instore

1m x 4m

Seems quite cheap compared to other places. eg amazon its £45
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Do you know the height size or quality?
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ill post a picture, im not sure but looked quite good to me
Thank you. Heat added!
I've seen this and its good stuff. I bought 6 rolls of the Home Bargains grass for £29.99 (4m x 1m) per roll a few years ago.....thinking it would last a couple of years at best. Well 4 years on.....a jet wash or two and the stuff is fantastic......From what I saw of the Morrison offer....it looked very similar...very realistic....and I would definitely give it a try if the Home Bargain stuff ever gives up Have some heat OP.
Don't forget flooring shops sell this stuff aswell and usually for much less than you'd think!
good find op, heat added
Aldi this week are doing 1 X 2m for £6.99 a roll
Finally I can have my green garden without those pesky vegans coming to graze.

Heat.
Great for those bold patches under your swings..

I've seen this and its good stuff. I bought 6 rolls of the Home Bargains … I've seen this and its good stuff. I bought 6 rolls of the Home Bargains grass for £29.99 (4m x 1m) per roll a few years ago.....thinking it would last a couple of years at best. Well 4 years on.....a jet wash or two and the stuff is fantastic......From what I saw of the Morrison offer....it looked very similar...very realistic....and I would definitely give it a try if the Home Bargain stuff ever gives up Have some heat OP.



Hi, could you kindly let me know if these would dry away in a short time under the UK weather, I ask as I need to get access all the time.
Edited by: "dealchaser888" 24th May 2016
Do anyone kindly let me know if I could pave them over pavement, thanks
Edited by: "dealchaser888" 24th May 2016

Do anyone kindly let me know if I could pave them over pavement, thanks



My father in law has his over his patio and is fine..

As for drain issue, he has no issues there either but I can't say specifically for this make, his still has good grip even in the wet
has anyone tried patching these together to make a 4x4 metre area? that is all i would need for my garden and am very tempted!

My father in law has his over his patio and is fine..As for drain issue, … My father in law has his over his patio and is fine..As for drain issue, he has no issues there either but I can't say specifically for this make, his still has good grip even in the wet



Thanks a lot

Hi, could you kindly let me know if these would dry away in a short time … Hi, could you kindly let me know if these would dry away in a short time under the UK weather, I ask as I need to get access all the time.



If by dry, you mean drain, then they drain as fast as the ground underneath. If you mean dry...then I have laid them above a small concrete yard and they dry and drain fine. I was originally going to roll them up in the winter but didn't bother....so they've had 4 years of English weather.....and they've weathered fantastically, if you excuse the pun.
Is this one of those legal highs I've been reading about?
Not a bad price for a small quantity - saw this size in Wickes yesterday for £64.99. For larger quantities try Burts Grass (online) - 2 m or 4 m with and any length up to 25m. I've just received a 6m X 2m piece of their 'Cape' variety - £53 plus £9.95 delivery (£3.97 per m2).
jbsmith13

Do you know the height size or quality?



i saw it this morning, looks good! and it's 1mx4m so quite big
* 2m or 4m width
cabstar

Aldi this week are doing 1 X 2m for £6.99 a roll



​Aldi,'s is carpet not grass.

i saw it this morning, looks good! and it's 1mx4m so quite big



What do you lay it onto? Do you need garden 'underlay'? I've seen some very expensive installation prices and they talk about different qualities of base layers.

Great for those bold patches under your swings..


Bold, eh? (_;)
The great thing about fake grass is it looks great all year round BUT you dont have to pick up the neighbourhood pets poo because they hate even walking on the fake grass, esp cats they think you have just threw them in a full bath

The great thing about fake grass is it looks great all year round BUT you … The great thing about fake grass is it looks great all year round BUT you dont have to pick up the neighbourhood pets poo because they hate even walking on the fake grass, esp cats they think you have just threw them in a full bath



"...have just threw..." hmmm

"...have just threw..." hmmm



You know, their reaction when they fall in water...quite funny watching them jump off the fake grass lol who needs youtube
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its just artificial grass its not grass made from artificial grass.

Bold, eh? (_;)




I've saved a small patch

Bold, eh? (_;)



And there was me thinking that was a euphemism!!!

If by dry, you mean drain, then they drain as fast as the ground … If by dry, you mean drain, then they drain as fast as the ground underneath. If you mean dry...then I have laid them above a small concrete yard and they dry and drain fine. I was originally going to roll them up in the winter but didn't bother....so they've had 4 years of English weather.....and they've weathered fantastically, if you excuse the pun.



thanks for your reply and that is a great help
£1 shop near me has same size (probably inferior quality) £14.99
ratsdomino

has anyone tried patching these together to make a 4x4 metre area? that … has anyone tried patching these together to make a 4x4 metre area? that is all i would need for my garden and am very tempted!



​they usually sell joining tape as a separate item, certainly do in Home Bargains so yu shouldn't have any issues.
Do people just use this for concrete parts outside or replace the grass itself?

Am thinking of replacing our grass for this, but heard it could cost a at least £1000 as needs hardcore, membrane, cushion foam and then the grass on top.
I tried to find some in Coventry and Leamington this evening and couldn't find any.
Which bin do the clippings go into. One for the recycle or the garden waste?

Do people just use this for concrete parts outside or replace the grass … Do people just use this for concrete parts outside or replace the grass itself?Am thinking of replacing our grass for this, but heard it could cost a at least £1000 as needs hardcore, membrane, cushion foam and then the grass on top.



it will cost at least that to get someone in to do it all for you, but if you can do the bits yourself it shouldnt cost that much

there are loads of guides online to help. I am contemplating doing mine when the weather improves

it will cost at least that to get someone in to do it all for you, but if … it will cost at least that to get someone in to do it all for you, but if you can do the bits yourself it shouldnt cost that muchthere are loads of guides online to help. I am contemplating doing mine when the weather improves



I just threw mine down like a roll of carpet onto a wonky concrete yard and it transformed it. Well worth the money for the aesthetics alone....:p
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