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Wimbledon Gardens's Discussions

Planting advice needed for a very dry rockery.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Wimbledon Gardens Mar 13, 2013. 2 Replies

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Hiding a pond liner

Started this discussion. Last reply by CJ Mar 5, 2013. 3 Replies

I have been asked to replace the pond liner in this pond and need to hide the top of the liner. The old liner was covered with a cement flashing.I have looked around for other ideas but they all seem…Continue

What is the market like for Christmas Planters?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew @ The Outsidedge Oct 22, 2012. 3 Replies

I noticed the planters outside a ladies fashion boutique were looking very sorry so I popped in on the spur of the moment. They want me to give them a price for replacing them with something more…Continue

 

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Business name
Wimbledon Gardens
Address

Wimbledon

SW London

Primary telephone number:
020 8337 7516 landline 07846 111210 mob
Email address
Info@WimbledonGardens.co.uk
Website (be sure to check it's inserted correctly before saving)
http://WimbledonGardens.co.uk
About your business
Covering the area around Wimbledon,Putney,Raynes Park,New Malden, Worcester Park,Epsom and Banstead. We provide a maintenance service for domestic and commercial customers. We also carry out fencing, turf laying and hard landscaping. WimbledonGardens.co.uk
Turnover
-£50k
Business category
Landscaper, Maintenance
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Wimbledon Gardens liked English Sheep's photo
Apr 4, 2013

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Wimbledon Gardens replied to Graham Lawlor's discussion Funding Sources for Community Garden
"Try your local CVS , Council for Voluntary Services. They will have up to date information. As has been mentioned try the Housing Association"
Apr 4, 2013

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Wimbledon Gardens commented on Amir Schlezinger's photo
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Hackney

"Hang on a minute - last time I was in Hackney it didn't look like that ;-)"
Mar 25, 2013

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Wimbledon Gardens replied to Robbie's discussion Postal drops
"I used to do random checks for a delivery company so I thought they were reliable. How wrong I was. Annoying as they charge around £30 a thousand. Leaflets usually go out with 4 others, estate agents etc. You can pick the area down to 500…"
Mar 25, 2013

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Wimbledon Gardens replied to Chris Auld's discussion Cheapest grass cutter ever?
" .Self loading cargo I think is the phrase. Don't forget the fuel surcharge, the charge for collecting the cuttings, let alone moving them."
Mar 24, 2013

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Wimbledon Gardens replied to Andrew Michael Palmer's discussion Strangest days gardening i've ever done.
"There but for the grace of God ..."
Mar 24, 2013

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Wimbledon Gardens replied to Steve Sonic Grounds Maintenance's discussion Potential Part time help receiving housing benefit
"Steve, Welfare Benefits Advice is a complex area that is constantly changing. Your friend needs a 'Better off calculation' to see the effect on their bens. I'm sure there is a form on the hmrc website. This is a questionnaire that…"
Mar 21, 2013

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Phil Voice commented on Wimbledon Gardens's blog post Is your garden selling your house?
"I've been sent this infographic by Autodesk. It's in US dollars and created for the US market so you'll have to take a view on it. What do you think, is it accurate? "
Mar 19, 2013

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Wimbledon Gardens liked Amir Schlezinger's photo
Mar 17, 2013

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Wimbledon Gardens and Graeme @ BGS are now friends
Mar 17, 2013

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Wimbledon Gardens replied to Phil Voice's discussion LJN UK tour March 2013
"Excellent idea and some good suggestions for the agenda. Unfortunately I will be away on Sat June 1st. I would really like to attend if there is a another date put forward. However I realise you will have to go with the majority. Do we need another…"
Mar 17, 2013

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Wimbledon Gardens liked Graeme @ BGS's event South East regional meet up
Mar 17, 2013

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Wimbledon Gardens replied to CJ's discussion Artificial Grass
"I will be interested to see the responses. I have a couple of customers where 'Artificial Grass' would be suitable. I must say I am usually averse to anything artificial and envisage having to sell the benefits to customers. I think the…"
Mar 17, 2013

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Wimbledon Gardens replied to Phil Voice's discussion LJN UK tour March 2013
"Great to meet everyone in Guildford today, looking forward to meeting up again sometime, and of course keeping in touch on LJN and dare I say Twitter as well."
Mar 16, 2013

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Wimbledon Gardens replied to Rachel Mathews ORIGIN's discussion FREE online Garden Design Workshop - this wkend!
"very good Rachel - Thanks. Though I don't think you should be broadcasting from a lovely spot when its peeing down here ;-) Off to LJN tour, I'll be in touch Robert Wimbledon Gardens"
Mar 16, 2013

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Wimbledon Gardens replied to Gary RK's discussion Caged Tippers
"They have a place in Kingston as well I think Gary."
Mar 16, 2013

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At 9:12 on February 22, 2013,
PRO Member
Phil Voice
said…

No problem Rob:-))

At 15:40 on February 1, 2013,
PRO Member
Phil Voice
said…

Thanks Robert.

Got your message. Contact me when you are back to discuss.

Regards

Phil

At 7:33 on January 24, 2013, Craig Nester said…

Hi Robert, I found Marshalls great, not only do they offer training courses (inclusive in your monthly payment of £30) such as suds course and cobbletech driveway course and more, they also give you a heap of advertising. From folders to take to pricing with you, leaflets that you can attatch you details to, to using there signs on your van and being on their website. Since joining a year a go I have had 3 leads directly from Marshalls but the ammount of work I have got from being "Marshalls approved" is amazing. Also customers seem to like the fact you can offer the Marshalls 10 year gaurantee. Constant help from Ray and Mandy via email, phone and site visits has increased my knowledge and skills. I would honestly say it's a no brainer! Hope this helps! Where are you based?

At 6:33 on September 28, 2012,
PRO Member
Busy Bee Garden Services Limited
said…

Hi

I can pass your details on, its a fair way from you mind?

Wimbledon Gardens's Blog

Is your garden selling your house?

Posted on February 21, 2013 at 20:30 5 Comments

Spring is a time when traditionally the housing market picks up. Easter will see droves of eager sellers swelling the aisles in B and Q, trolleys laden with paint. Its amazing how a lick of paint and a few trips to the dump can transform any house.

And there it stops ... this Sows ear into a silk purse routine often stops at the front door. Yet what is the first thing your potential buyer sees as they pull up outside, eagerly clutching the details from the estate agent - the front…

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