I have been in the garden thismorning to finish planting out my seedlings of broad beans and curly kale. Have had to shuffle lots of things around to make space for them! It is the first time I have attempted to grow vegetables ( apart form runner beans a few years back! ) I'm hoping like all other gardeners that it won't be such an arctic winter this year. How I hate the snow!! some of my plants are still recovering from the cold which last winter brought.
Has anyone grown Romneya? I…Continue
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As a company we are always on the lookout for products that will complement
our product range, this is one of the best we seen for a long time, simple in
design, great to look at environmentally friendly and safe to anyone but slugs.
Slug Bells will prolong the life of slug pellets, stop animals from touching or
eating the slug pellets. All the slug bells are hand painted and will create a
talking point in the garden several designs are available…
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We are a professional landscaping company based in Liverpool, providing many landscape and driveway services to Merseyside, Lancashire and Cheshire.
Landscaping has always been in Darren's life since he was a young teenager. Over the last 25 years Darren has developed many skills in running…
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The Stone Bake Oven Company, who hand cast a range of high quality wood fired ovens, have donated a Primo Oven for auction with 100% of the cost going to Help for Heroes.
The Stone Bake Oven Company has chosen…Continue
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You might not know it, but landscaping, in both commercial and domestic settings, can be greatly enhanced by the addition of artificial grass. In damp or shaded grounds where natural turf cannot thrive, or where brown patchy areas indicate a lack of soil moisture (or the presence of buried rubble and builders’ waste, in the case of gardens at newer properties), artificial grass provides a practical solution that won’t compromise the aesthetic qualities of a natural lawn.
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Following a highly competitive tendering process, leading sportsturf contractors Agripower Contractors have been chosen to install a bespoke drainage system for Clifton College, Bristol. Agripower's in house labour and plant combined with their ability to provide a high quality service was certainly a key factor in securing the contract.
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As winter approaches, do you find your artificial sports pitch constantly flooding? Does water take a long time to drain away? And when the water eventually does drain away, are you then left with unsightly and potentially hazardous mud and silt deposits on your synthetic carpet?
If so, it is…Continue
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Hopefully, having explored different options on how to present a garden design or landscaping brand to our target audience, we have now received some enquiries!
The second stage of the design process involves handling these enquiries: this is especially important for designers because it will be the first active communicative response to our potential client, and we need to demonstrate our professionalism as…Continue
A fantastic day out in Kent, near to Palmstead Nurseries. A day full of great talks from Andy Sturgeon to James Alexander-Sinclair learning about what designers need to do in order to create great work for clients.
Thank you to Stuart Marler from TVG Landscaping for taking us out there and…Continue
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The Stone Bake Oven Company, designers and manufacturers of high quality outdoor and indoor wood fired pizza ovens have extended thier family of ovens to include the conveniently sized Mezzo Oven.
The Mezzo Oven came after the commercial range of restaurant wood fired ovens, the Gio range,…Continue
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LANDSCAPE JUICE NEWSLETTER
Wednesday 28 September 2011
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Oh it's been a lovely afternoon, with a bit of late summer sun and to the garden-I-will-go. Those asters have been bugging me. Don't ask me how (they weren't there last year) but they came up in the very front of a raised border so that look very awkward towering above the otherwise rather lovely foliage plants in that bed. Plants can do that you know. It might be you moved something last year or this spring and unwittingly took a handful of roots from another plant. Eh voila! A lovely…Continue
I am often asked this question and I suppose the response will be different depending on the company you approach.
At OGC we would give a resounding 'Yes'. Most of our design projects are from start to finish, so we normally offer this as…Continue
Lately I seem to have an increasing number of requests to 'endorse' products. I am assuming this is because of the success of the Greenfingers Guides books. It also doesn't seem to hurt I have a minor celebrity.
Yes I can see that getting individuals like myself writing ( via blogs, magazines, books etc.) about a company's…Continue
Etesia UK is delighted to announce the appointment of Andrew Roberts as Northern Area Sales Manager for its range of Etesia and Pellenc Products. Andrew will be responsible for the North of England as well as The Midlands, Scotland and Wales.…Continue
Added by Chris Bassett on September 27, 2011 at 11:30 — No Comments
Phew, where has the year gone?
I have recently been in the dying thoes of an edit on my next book Evergreen Plants, which will be released on Amazon et al in March 2012.So look out for it won't you? And did I mention my Border Plants book was shortlisted for Best…Continue
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