Last November I went to see prospective clients on a site near Cheltenham, and knew straightaway that this project was one that I very much wanted to be involved with. The house was very contemporary, with curved facades and large areas of glass. Inside the style was personal and distinctive, with a large collection of mainly North American art. The big windows gave great views out onto the garden, and the clients were keen to really transform the currently uninspiring garden.…Continue
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Etesia have chosen IOG SALTEX 2011 to launch an amazing fifteen new products, proving that the research and development teams in France have been extremely busy, with a heavy emphasis on Bio-friendly and four wheel drive products.
The first of the new products…Continue
Added by Chris Bassett on September 9, 2011 at 12:30 — No Comments
Everybody has their own way of working and I’m no different, but as small business owners we often need to do many different jobs in one day – the types of jobs that larger companies have entire departments for: so there is a need to optimise time and focus on efficiency.
I am primarily a designer and I don’t know about you but my brain certainly behaves a little bit like a computer running on low RAM: too many applications running at once and ideas take a long time to load. …Continue
A programme of routine maintenance is essential to preserving the playing qualities of a synthetic sports surface. A key benefit of artificial turf is its capacity to support usage levels far greater than a natural grass pitch could ever withstand, especially in winter or prolonged rain periods, and regular care and attention is required throughout the life of a synthetic surface to achieve this.…Continue
Added by Chris Bassett on September 8, 2011 at 14:52 — No Comments
Hi All! I am new to the Landscape juice network and am very excited to become a part of it.
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Added by Chris Carpenter on September 8, 2011 at 9:30 — No Comments
New front garden path and circular block paving steps in Worsley Manchester constructed using a Staffordshire blue brick riser and plaspave granite stone como cobble block paving treads, the customer was after something different and to make a statement at the front of the property
Before the work commenced
The old flag path and steps in Worsley…Continue
I want to grow some fruit trees, but where do I start? I don't understand pollination groups or rootstocks, or the difference between a stepover and a cordon and a maiden and a bush. Help!
It's a familiar cry. Folk quickly get bogged down when they're shopping for fruit trees, as there are so many varieties and options open to them if they want to do things properly, rather than nip down to the nearest B&Q and end up with the wrong plant. I'm faced…
Added by Nick Mann on September 5, 2011 at 17:45 — No Comments
A new driveway constructed for Andrew Chubby Chandler the famous golfing manager for Rory McIlroy the US golf open championship winner 2011 and Darren Clarke the UK golf open championship winner 2011, the driveway was constructed using Marshall's Tegula traditional block paving with pennant grey border detail and Marshall's pennant grey tegula kerbs
The old driveway before the work commenced…
We are currently seeking an experienced hands on Landscaper on a new start up landscaping business in Bournemouth. Guaranteed work stream and new landscaping concept idea's.
Must be creative, be able to price and manage jobs, have a clean driving licence and able to interact with clients.
Salary negotiable, possible partnership considered (investment reqd for partnership)
Email email@example.com for more…Continue
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Delighted with how the Stonemarket North-West Display Centre video at Whitakers Garden Centre has turned out. Splendid stuff. http://youtu.be/KLtGrwrqLFk
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The summer is now almost over and very soon it’ll be back to school time for thousands of children across the UK. So if you’ve bought uniforms, new books, stationary and school shoes you’ve probably already been concentrating on getting your kids back into the school routine. One thing you might not have thought about…
Added by Lorna on August 31, 2011 at 15:05 — No Comments
People tell me I am still young... but I don't feel it.
Last year was brutal on a personal level, the year before was bad too and 2011 I had hoped would be an improvement, things would be simpler. It has been far from that.
It is of course inevitable that personal events have a consequence on business matters, and my case is no different. This creates a great deal of upfront stress. An eternal buzz of adrenaline. Churning bowels. Twitching eye.
Then of course there is…Continue
Stay stylish in the garden this bank holiday – beat the rain with iconic boots by Ilse Jacobsen, available at Petersham Nurseries. Read more at Locally Sourced…Continue
Just how healthy are the finances of your business?
Obviously we complete tax returns each year and hopefully we monitor progress through the year but this generally focuses on turnover, expenses and profit. It doesn't explain how financially healthy your business is.
I attended a Business Link Planning for Growth Course; they introduced some calculations you can run to determine the financial health of your business and l felt it would benefit other LJN…Continue
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More and more garden designers, architects and landscapers are using our standard water troughs as planters. As the depth of the trough is 16", it is ideal for planting large shrubs and climbers into. Available in lengths from 2ft up to 10ft. Due to the heavy duty construction these…Continue