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The Environmental Merits of Privet Hedging

Wondering why Privet hedging is so popular? Read all about the fantastic environmental merits of Privet species here. […]

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May Gardening Advice 2021

It’s that time of year again to enjoy the warmer weather and get the gardens spruced up ready for to […]

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National Gardening Week Competition

Celebrate National Gardening Week with us! Join the hunt for our gardening tools to be in with a chance of winning phormium and a spring gardening kit! […]

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Socially Distanced Garden Get Together

We cannot wait to show off our hard work from the planting season! So, let’s get the garden ready for a socially distanced garden gathering. […]

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National Trust “Get The Look!”

This week The National Trust reopened some their gardens to the public! We can’t wait to visit once again, but […]

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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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April Gardening Advice 2021

April is here and it’s looking to be an exciting month! We can now welcome friends and family into our […]

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Join Our Easter Egg Hunt!

Some very cheeky bunnies have been playing on our website hiding Easter eggs and we need your help to find […]

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March Gardening Advice 2021

It’s still the right time to plant bare root and root ball hedging. As it gets warmer you will start to see many changes in your deciduous plants. Here is March’s monthly gadening advice. […]

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Create A Pet Friendly Garden

Our pets love the garden, and we love our pets! We have pulled together this handy guide to keeping your […]

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February Gardening Advice 2021

This month you can cut back your ornamental grasses, cut them close to the ground allowing for new growth in […]

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Gardening for Mental Health

We think it’s safe to say that this year has been a whirl wind of emotions for many of us! […]

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