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  • Understanding Bare Roots
    27 July 2023

    Understanding Bare Roots

    Here is all you need to know about bare root hedging including, what bare roots are and some popular choices of bare root hedge plants.

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  • How Well Do You Know Your Soil
    17 November 2022

    How Well Do You Know Your Soil

    Soil type can vary from place to place, so for plants to thrive it's worth knowing which type of soil you have. Read our guide to help find out what your garden soil type is.

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  • All About Instant Hedging
    21 June 2022

    All About Instant Hedging

    Instant hedging provides an instant impact to your garden. Find out the many benefits to this and also delve into creative ways to make your space instantly great.

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  • Protecting Plants in Winter
    29 January 2020

    Protecting Plants in Winter

    Winter can be pretty unforgiving on plants, especially if we have very harsh weather or freezing conditions. Thankfully, there are a number of really simple measures that you can take which can help to protectplants in your garden, and ensure that they are kept in tip-top condition over the winter, ready to thrive again in spring.

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  • Things to Remember When You Have a Rural Garden
    28 November 2019

    Things to Remember When You Have a Rural Garden

    Some people would say that the best thing about living in a rural environment is having tons of outdoor space and the opportunity to spend as much time outside as possible. Having outdoor space doesn’t just mean that your family has room to run about and feel free, however. For many people, it means that you can use your room for gardening, growing food to feed your family and maybe keeping animals if you wish.

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  • Feeding Hedges, Shrubs and Roses
  • Hedging plants for shade
    31 July 2014

    Hedging plants for shade

    The weather in the UK can be unpredictable with grey skies more often than blue, so it’s not always easy to find a sunny spot in your garden for your hedging. Although we can’t control the weather, what we can do is offer you suggestions on some shade loving shrubs that will thrive in lower light conditions. 

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