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June Gardening Advice and BEED

June means… World Cup 2018! Well for some of us it does, but for our readers we won’t bore you with football and focus on what needs doing in the gardens this month. However for those interested in the World Cup, read on as you will be having plenty of BBQ’s this month for the footy so your garden needs … Continue reading

Successfully Pruning Your Garden With A Chainsaw

A well-pruned garden is a sight to behold — and it’s an achievement requiring ample foresight, work, and skill. Of course, you can choose to do the job by hand with shears, but using a chainsaw is a much more efficient method in some cases. When pruning your garden with a chainsaw, you need to first take correct safety precautions to avoid … Continue reading

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May Gardening Advice

This month started with the National Gardening Week and with the bank holiday weekend, we couldn’t have asked for a better combination. Temperatures scored up to 29 degrees in the UK, the hottest May bank holiday ever recorded. May is definitely the month we start to dream of Summer and we can make a proper start to jobs in the garden. … Continue reading

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National Gardening Week Competition

 

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Cold Storage- Air con for the bare roots!

So the past week has treated us to the hottest temperatures Britain has seen since 1949!  This certainly is every gardeners dream and we hope it continues over the weekend so we can all get out there and work on our gardens, or even just to sit back and enjoy a nice early summers barbecue! “But with these warmer temperatures, we … Continue reading

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Great Gardening Around Great British Weather

The UK is notorious for its inclement weather, in particular rainfall which the Met Office recorded was 1,106.8 mm on average across the country in 2017.  Planning garden work, particularly larger projects, can prove troublesome especially as many tasks cannot be carried out in adverse conditions.  For example, most new landscaping projects would not be possible in wet conditions as when … Continue reading

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April Gardening Advice

Us gardeners welcome April with open arms, with the daffodils making an appearance whilst we find ourselves still out in the gardens, amazing ourselves that we are still working away past 6pm. Hopefully we will see much kinder weather this month but with the nostalgia of the good old April showers (as long as this isn’t snow we don’t really mind!). … Continue reading

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Creating a Spring ready garden

This week brought us the first day of Spring and how relieved we all are! The promise of longer evenings and lighter mornings is now finally here and most importantly we can start getting out into the gardens, that most of us have regrettably deserted, but who can blame us when we are having snow in March! Eagle eyed spring … Continue reading

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Use Hedging to Create A Private and Attractive Driveway

More than one homeowner will relate horror stories about the wayward driver who tore up the garden with misguided driving manoeuvres. This is why hedges have become popular with many a lawn, lining driveways and creating clear paths for every vehicle. Hedges are good looking, require minimal care, and create a visually appealing definition within the garden. From aromatic flowering hedges … Continue reading

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March Gardening Advice

As I’m writing this the ‘beast from the east’ is in full force, covering the majority of the UK in snow reaching depths never seen before! So to talk about March and the Spring ahead seems like a world away. However, alas it is the beginning of March and we are (hopefully) waving goodbye to Winter. March makes way for … Continue reading

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