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Berberis at it’s best

Berberis is such a good all rounder – prickly enough to deter intruders, glorious flowers flourish in spring and plenty […]

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Why Is Cherry Laurel Fantastic?

Well, It produces modest white flowers in spring and red berries in Autumn, although the flowers are bee friendly, it […]

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Lavender & Alternatives

Lavender is an extremely popular hedging shrub, whose distinctive look can be easily identified, bringing classical English essence to a […]

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April Gardening Advice 2019

April is here and what a busy month we have on us! Easter is in a couple of weeks and […]

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Understanding Cold Storage

The weather certainly likes to keep us on our toes doesn’t it but we can’t let it stop us getting […]

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Native and Non-Native Hedging Species

We are often asked what species of our hedging plants are native or non-native and so we wonder how many […]

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So how do I make my hedge bird friendly?

Attracting birds to a hedge Just as we all look forward to spring, so do the birds! They’ve survived many […]

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March Gardening Advice 2019

Ah at last! The days of Winter are well and truly behind us, well we hope anyway! We could be […]

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Tackling Taxus Baccata

One of our best selling species is English Yew – or to use the latin name, Taxus Baccata. It makes […]

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Thank goodness for evergreen hedges

Thank goodness for evergreens! Every garden needs both deciduous and evergreen. Deciduous plants provide spectacular shows in spring and autumn […]

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Box Hedging

Buxus sempervirens (Box hedging, also known as ‘Boxwood’) is a native, shade tolerant plant that is suitable for most soil […]

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February Gardening Advice

February sees the first signs of spring, although as of late it’s usually the first signs of snow! This month […]

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