The lawns have grown since the last rains, and the lawn clippings make a useful mulch.
* Grass clippings form a mat if spread thickly, which is no problem round trees, as it helps to conserve the moisture. * Grass makes a good vegetable mulch and it is rich in nitrogen. But spread thinly for vegetables. * It is probably safer to put all the clippings on the compost heap, and use them next year when they have rotted down.
Remember NOT to use lawn mowings for a mulch if the grass has been treated with a herbicide.