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Creating An Evergreen Screen – Customer Project

Another day and another happy customer wanting to share their proud gardening achievement with us and all of our readers. The aim of this customer project was to create a large bushy screen in order to separate the front from the back garden whilst offering privacy from the main road located at the front of the house. The first stage … Continue reading

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Creating a Wildlife Friendly Feature – Customer Project

One of our customers and wildlife enthusiast was more than happy to share their latest gardening project with us. With our help, their aim was to create a diverse wildlife friendly feature to border an area of their garden that not only attracted wildlife but also looked great. What better way to achieve this gardening goal than with our RSPB … Continue reading

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Hedgehog highways – Turning your garden into a hedgehog haven

The start of spring is a natural alarm clock for hedgehogs and as they don’t have a snooze button to hit, it’s not long until they’ll be making frequent appearances in our gardens – well that’s what we hope for anyway! But if your garden doesn’t seem to be very popular with the hedgehog population, there are plenty of things … Continue reading

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Yew – The King of Hedges

The famous Yew (Taxus) has held the RHS Award of Garden Merit for 20 years and has long been known as the King of Hedges. A fitting name for a hedging species that was recently planted to offer an effective privacy screen to none other than the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge who are known for being concerned about their privacy … Continue reading

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RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch

Over the weekend, thousands of people across Britain will have set up watch in the hope to count as many garden birds as possible for the RSPB’s Big Garden Bird Watch. The annual survey asks members of the public to allocate an hour of their day counting birds in their garden or local parks. Last year, about 519,000 people participated … Continue reading

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February Gardening Advice

Spring is fast approaching and staying on top of pruning and maintenance now will benefit you later in the year, so take a look at our top jobs to do in the garden this month – Planting and pruning As spring approaches, planting conditions are starting to approve so now is the perfect time to plant bare root and root … Continue reading

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January Gardening Advice

January is a month for fresh starts and new resolutions, and where better to start than in the garden!? It’s a great way to work off that turkey and all those mince pies and, come spring, your plants will definitely thank you for it. We’ve put together a list of our top gardening jobs for this month to make it … Continue reading

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Planting for Wildlife – Our Collaboration with Denham Estate

Recently, best4hedging provided Denham Estate in Suffolk with a range of wildlife friendly bare root plants for a project in which they aimed to create a habitat of nest sites, flowers, berries and shelter for a range of British wildlife. Matt Driver from Denham Estate was more than happy to share his reasons for choosing our Ultimate Bird Friendly Hedging … Continue reading

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Grow Your Own Christmas Tree

How many times have you heard the phrase “it’s too early to put Christmas decorations up” this year? 10? 20?…100? Well, I think now it’s completely acceptable to cover your house from head to toe in sparkling lights, hang festive wreaths from your front door and decorate your Christmas tree. I spent this weekend trying to remain calm as I … Continue reading

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Welcoming Wildlife Over Winter

As the cold weather of winter is finally upon us, days are shorter and food sources become scarce, the garden wildlife that are ever-present in the summer months search for a safe habitat for their annual hibernation. Unlike us humans, our small friends do not have the luxury of turning on the heating, putting on an extra jumper or enjoying … Continue reading

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