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What to do in the garden in July

What to do in the garden in July

July – generally a great time of year to be out enjoying your garden. Keep an eye on the weather though, as if it gets too hot your trees and

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Fed up with constantly pruning your tree?

Today I’m going to run through the options you have if your tree is in a fast-growing cycle. Quite frequently I am visiting customers who would like an “annual trim”

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What to do in the garden in May

What to do in the garden in May

May – a time of year when the garden is bursting into life and the foliage is emerging on deciduous trees and shrubs. Here are a few things you can

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Money Saving Tips for Tree Work!

Money Saving Tips for Tree Work!

So you’ve decided to employ a tree surgeon or gardener for works to your garden, or maybe you already have in mind the works you want carrying out. Below you

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Stumped?

Stumped?

Stump Grinding An all too common problem – you want to plant some new plants in the only space left in the flower bed but find you can’t because there’s

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Hedge Cutting

Hedge Cutting

We’re starting to venture out into our gardens again, particularly due to the mild weather and the odd sunny day, maybe the place to start in getting the garden looking

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Is my tree safe?

Is my tree safe?

With a substantial amount of trees failing in the high winds in recent weeks the question I get asked a lot is “Is my tree safe?”, it is probably the

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Pruning Cuts – a cut above the rest!

Pruning Cuts – a cut above the rest!

If you’ve ever wondered how to correctly prune your trees and shrubs, this blog is the place to be! This blog will cover the process of pruning secondary branches and

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Crown Reductions – The correct way

Crown Reductions – The correct way

Crown Reduction…..What is it? So you’ve read the pages on this site regarding crown pruning, but you want a little more information as to why we do a crown reduction,

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Ash die-back

Ash die-back

A very common sight in our countryside is the Ash tree, A beautiful species that can live to a great age and grow to great heights however in the last

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