As those of you who read my "dog pee" thread will know, my lawn (newly laid in the autumn) has been pretty well ruined by my dear dog adding excess nitrogen in patches all round the edge. In addition to this, she has dug up a few bits here & there, so i've now got a potentially lovely garden with a very sad looking patch of grass in the middle. Any ideas? anything I could plant in it, maybe wildflowers? Or should I give up & do away with the grass all together? (or the dog, maybe- just kidding) If, so, what would you recommend?Seem to remember posting the same question before we decided to stick with the grass last summer!
The area is about 12 sq.m & an irregular shape.
Have never tried this but I see no reason why it wouldn't work.
Sow trays of lawn seed and grow it for patching the bad bits.
Alternatively; buy a roll of turf from the garden centre, keep it growing somewhere away from the dog, then make a few patches as and when required.