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July Gardening Advice

Prune June-flowering shrubs such as Philadelphus and Weigela after flowering. Prune deciduous magnolias if necessary. Fast-growing hedges such as Leylandi cypress should be clipped as necessary throughout […]

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June Gardening Advice

We hope everyone enjoys the beginning of June with the Queens Jubilee bank holiday weekend! We can finally start to […]

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May Gardening Advice

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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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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April Gardening Advice

April is here and it’s looking to be an exciting month! Bare root season is coming to an end but […]

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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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March Gardening Advice 2022

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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Wind Damaged Fencing

With the current stormy weather surrounding, many of us have experienced some severe damage to fencing around our houses. This […]

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February Gardening Advice 2022

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

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How We Did In 2021…

What a year 2021 has been! Things are slowly getting back to normal and we are excited to share what […]

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Gardening for Mental Health

As it’s coming up to Blue Monday (January 17th 2022), let’s talk about just how great gardening really is for […]

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January Gardening Advice & Calendar

Well, we may not be heading into the new year with our usual festivities, and with this in mind we […]

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