Lawn Care and Garden Advice

Top 6 reasons to use bark and bark mulch in your garden this summer:

Top 6 reasons to use bark and bark mulch in your garden this summer:

23rd June 2022
Top 6 reasons to use bark and bark mulch in your garden this summer:It helps to protect your plants from the heat of the summer sun. By putting bark around your plants, it keeps the ground moist, and prevents the soil from drying out – both keeping your plants happy…

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Time to Compost

Time to Compost

10th March 2022
Why should you be using compost?Early spring is the perfect time to be using compost in your garden, and if you want healthier plants, then compost is the way forward. It is fantastically useful in your garden or allotment, providing a wide range of benefits for both plants and soil.…

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Brilliant Uses For Aggregates In Your Garden

Brilliant Uses For Aggregates In Your Garden

24th June 2021
Aggregates are not just a pretty face. With the recent changeable weather, they can be a huge help in your garden, dealing with issues such as excess water by improving drainage, as well as aiding your garden to deal with drought. This surprisingly versatile material can be a fun, and…

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Shrub Planting and Feeding

Shrub Planting and Feeding

1st February 2021
Traditionally trees and shrubs are planted anytime between October and April providing the ground isn’t waterlogged or frozen solid. Spring is the ideal time to fertilise shrubs just before the new growth begins as nitrogen fertiliser has the strongest effect on plants approximately one month after application. However, like most…

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Treating Hard Surfaces

Treating Hard Surfaces

1st December 2020
Treating Hard SurfaceThe cold and damp winter months are not indicative of the ideal growing weather unless of course you are one of the following – algae, lichens, moss or liverworts which thrive on the hard surfaces located in damp shady areas courtesy of the more frequent mild wet winters…

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