As a professional gardener I often need to buy large quantities of growmore, lawn feed, compost, horticultural grit and such like. Is there anywhere online I can buy these types of products at trade…Continue
I have just been rung by a member of the great and good in my village to ask if I know anything about the cuttings left in a farm driveway. Obviously I don't as I never ever fly tip. But I ask the…Continue
We received an emailed CV today from someone approximately 20 years old looking for a landscape gardening job - a speculative email shot, but that's not my issue.The problem is the covering email and…Continue
The grounds at St. Patrick's Church in Castlederg have recently been redeveloped with an amazing array of world class paving products from Tobermore. Founded in 1942, Tobermore are a world class paving and walling manufacturer supplying products for the commercial and…Continue
Etesia UK is pleased to announce the appointment of Green Choice Limited, based in Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, as their exclusive robotic mower dealer for East Anglia. The company will supply, service and install the complete range of ETMower robotic mowers as well as other Etesia models from the Green Technology™ range.
Green Choice believes there is a ‘technology revolution’ underway in groundscare machinery and this new partnership underlines the company’s eco-friendly philosophy.…Continue
An incredibly powerful and passionate meeting saw speakers and attendees united in agreement that if the Government does not commit to a clear funding plan then the vital work conducted by Kew will be lost forever.
Last night (Wednesday) people packed out Avenue Hall, in Kew, to hear rallying speeches from a panel made up of union heads, senior politicians and scientists.
The meeting took place under the banner Stop Cuts At Kew and in a rare move for such an event every single…Continue
The former Conservative cabinet minister Lord Tebbit has said young unemployed people should be required to pull up ragwort from roadside verges in return for benefits.
The 83-year-old Tory grandee made the proposal in a letter to Matt Shardlow, chief executive of a charity called Buglife, which is concerned about the effect of declining ragwort on bees and rare insects.
In his reply to the charity, Tebbit said ragwort was a major problem in his part of East Anglia and proposed…Continue