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13/01/2022
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RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch 2022

Take part in the world’s largest wildlife survey on 28-30th January and do something great for nature.  How can I take part? Watch the birds for one hourChoose an hour over the weekend (between 28th and 30th January) to watch the birds in your garden or local park. Count the most birds that land at onceOnly count the birds that land in your garden or park, not those flying over. The same birds may land more than once, so you can avoid double counting by recording the highest number of... Read More

04/01/2022

January Gardening Advice

It’s a new year and there is plenty of opportunity for us to keep busy in the garden! Although January is often the coldest month, it’s also a great month to garden in preparation for a beautiful spring display. We should also be looking out for wildlife through this month, leaving appropriate food and shelter options and also making sure any water bowls haven’t frozen over. Find out how you can help wildlife here. It is still the season to plant bare root hedging plants whilst they are still dormant.... Read More

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Christmas Hours and Delivery Information

Christmas is approaching and we hope that you are all enjoying decorating your homes and getting into the festive spirit. Opening hours – Christmas and New Year Date Opening Thursday 23rd December Open until 1pm Christmas Eve Closed Christmas Day Closed Boxing Day Closed Monday 27th December Closed Tuesday 28th December Closed Wednesday 29th December Open 10am to 4pm Thursday 30th December Open 10am to 4pm New Year’s Eve Closed New Year’s Day Closed Sunday 2nd January Closed Monday 3rd January Closed Tuesday 4th January Open from 8am – normal... Read More

02/12/2021

Natural Christmas Decorations

Christmas decorating doesn’t have to be expensive! You can decorate your homes and get into the festive spirit with the whole family using the wonderful evergreens from your gardens. Conifer Wreath Let’s get started! Cut a nice size branch off your hedge plants, at least 5cm in diameter. Take one off a lower branch that was due to be trimmed in the spring. Grab your garden trimmers and snip off any side branches. Save all your pine trimmings as you will be using these for your wreath. Making your wreath... Read More

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Christmas Gift Guide

A best4hedging guide to choosing the right gifts this Christmas Whether you’re looking for a Christmas gift for a new homer-owner, or filling the stocking of your green-fingered friends and family; we have created this guide full of great and unique Christmas gift ideas that last a life time… Topiary A festive feature for the garden Topiary makes a great focal point in any garden. The beautiful shapes make for a great feature in both classic and contemporary gardens. These ornamental plants have been around since the Egyptian era, and... Read More

24/11/2021

December Gardening Advice

Snow is falling, all around us … Well not quite yet! But we’re definitely hoping for a white Christmas and it’s feeling like we could get one this year with the recent temperatures. We know it’s very tempting to stay indoors and stay warm but we can’t emphasise enough that now really is the perfect time to plant. Bare root hedging is still in its prime time for planting and it’s the most affordable way to get yourself a new hedge! If you’re looking for something a little more instant,... Read More

27/10/2021

November Gardening Advice

It may be getting a bit colder out but don’t let that deter you out of your gardens and abandon them when they need you the most. Once again we are back with our top 5 hedging jobs for the month and also with some information about bonfire safety! Remember, remember the 5th November… and remember the wildlife! Bonfire night is a great tradition that brings the family together whilst we watch beautiful displays light up in the sky and we warm our hands on the crackling bonfire. We have... Read More

20/10/2021
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What Are Root Balls?

Although there are a variety of different root types to choose from when purchasing hedging plants, some people, especially those who may be new to the garden, can find it hard to understand the differences. This blog is here to explain everything you need to know about root ball plants. If it was information regarding bare root plants that you were looking for instead, click here. So, let’s begin with what Root ball hedging plants actually are. These plants are field grown over a prolonged period of time (anything from 1 to 14 years!) before... Read More

01/10/2021

October Gardening Advice 2021

Autumn is well and truly upon us and our gardens are beginning to be painted with new colours and vibrance. Brush off that winter wardrobe and start to prepare yourself and your garden for the upcoming colder months. Here’s our list of gardening jobs that will keep you on top of your garden and welcome winter with open arms. Its also Halloween soon, a fabulous excuse to fill our gardens with spooky decorations. Planting & Pruning Root ball hedging becomes available this month and there’s still time to pre-order bare... Read More

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September Gardening Advice 2021

September brings with it a change in season and therefore a change in your garden’s needs. With forecasts for potential rain fall, we may be grabbing our rain coats a lot more often, but don’t let the rain keep you from your garden! The bare root and root ball season is approaching, now is the time to prepare your garden for autumn. Plan Ahead You can now pre-order cost effective bare roots and impacting root balls to ensure you get priority of the freshest plants so you can plant during... Read More