I’m a professional gardener & my lawn is so lush it looks FAKE – the exact method I use | The Sun

ACHIEVING a pristine close cut lawn worthy of the PGA Tour may seem like an impossible feat.

According to experts, its all about timing when it comes to perfecting your lush lawn.

TikTok user Tim The Lawnmower Man showed his followers his pristine lawn, which he said looked fake.

"What do you reckon? Is it good that it looks fake, or does it just look fake and that’s a bad thing? This would probably be the “fakest” my grass has been looking," the lawncare expert told his followers.

He revealed to followers the exact method he used to achieve such a lush looking lawn.

"I gave it a pretty heavy cut last night. It rained overnight, and I came out this morning and the way the sun is hitting it – man, that looks fake," Tim said.

According to the lawn expert, the secret to achieving a perfect looking lawn is to mow it directly before a heavy rain shower.

Despite the perfect appearance of the lawn, Tim still found ways to improve it.

Examining the grass, he said: "Got a little bit scalpy here. I started the mower one [setting] lower than it needed to be. So we’re going to have to give it a fade."

The gardening pro then used a handheld trimmer to achieve the perfect finish to his lawn.

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Tim's followers took to the comments section to share their thoughts on the lawn.

"Lmaoo it does look a bit fake. Love your content bro," commented one viewer.

Another user said: "I suppose it’s not hard to maintain grass when your front yard is a few feet wide."

"Dude, I would hate to be your neighbor just because I would have to listen to lawn mowers 24/7," joked a third person.

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