The Process of Tree Removal

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If a large tree is causing a problem in your garden or if you have a tree that is already dead and needs removing then there are quite a few things to consider before starting the project. The size of the tree and the accessibility to the tree is clearly going to be a major… Read more »

What can I do with my excess leaves?

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Rather than bagging up all those autumn leaves here are a few practical tips about how you can make use of those fallen leaves and benefit your garden at the same time: Use them for compost – leaves are great for adding to your compost material. They provide a rich high-carbon material which adds to… Read more »

What gardening work can you do through the winter months?

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You’d be surprised how much gardening work there is to do during winter. Just because the grass has stopped growing doesn’t mean you can put your feet up. Far from it, there’s a big list of things you can be getting on with. For example: General garden clearance – removing leaves, branches, twigs, debris etc… Read more »

How to take care of your trees coming into autumn

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Summer is almost over and attention now turns to preparing for autumn and winter. Now is the perfect time to give your trees some much needed TLC to prepare them for the months ahead. There is a misconception during autumn that trees are going through a dormant and shutting down phase. In fact the opposite… Read more »

The Benefits of Stump Grinding

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Having an unwanted tree stump in your garden can be a nuisance and trying to remove it yourself can be very time consuming, labour intensive and more often than not, unsuccessful. If you are trying to use a chainsaw to get rid of a tree stump you can only cut it so far without damaging… Read more »

How to deal with slugs and snails

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Slugs and snails are the bane of many gardeners and they are always appearing in the top 10 of the most annoying garden pests in horticultural lists. It’s pretty easy to spot whether you have a slug or snail problem. Your leaves will be plagued with strange shaped holes and the shimmering slime trails will… Read more »

The ideal plants to lay in May and June

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In order to get the most out of your garden and to have it looking in peak condition, it pays to have a plan. Knowing what you should be planting and when is all part and parcel of this so over the next couple of months here are a few recommendations: Planting for May Hopefully… Read more »

Lawn Preparation for Summer

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That’s the thing with gardening. You always need to be thinking ahead to what needs doing and preparing the way for the next season. With that in mind, now’s a good time to start preparing your lawn for summer. Spring may only have just started but there’s no time like the present to get your… Read more »

Transforming a Neglected Garden

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If you’ve neglected your garden for a while or have just bought or inherited a house where the garden needs a lot of TLC then what lies in store is a project that will keep you occupied for many a week to come! Your first reaction might be a fairly dramatic one i.e. get a… Read more »