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Patio, driveway and path black spot removal

Posted by on Oct 29, 2018 in Services | Comments Off on Patio, driveway and path black spot removal

Patio, driveway and path black spot removal

Are your paths, driveway and patio covered in unsightly and hard to remove black spots? We experienced the same issue as you and over the recent years the problem seems to be getting worse, even though we give them all a powerful jet-wash annually. We have been looking for a way to clean these pesky black spots off and prevent them coming back and at last, after testing it on our own garden paving, we have achieved a remarkable level of success. The sting in the tail is the process is quite expensive but if a renovated patio would make you smile, we believe this treatment will do it for you....

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Don’t Overlook Hedges in Garden Design

Posted by on Jul 11, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Don’t Overlook Hedges in Garden Design

When planning a new garden design, hedges are rarely the top priority. In comparison to mapping out areas of lawn and path, planning the planting of diverse and colourful borders, or selecting specimen plants or features to attract the eye, hedges lack excitement. They can however serve a variety of purposes in the garden design. If you are rethinking the layout of your outdoor space, it is important to consider how hedges could add structure to the layout. No matter whether you are opting for a formal, cottage, wildlife friendly or family garden, hedges help to create form, direct the eye,...

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Summer in the Garden

Posted by on Jun 1, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

The summer months are the time when all of your hard work really pays off. The time and effort dedicated to digging and weeding, the planting and watering and the carefully selected plants all becomes worthwhile as the garden is alive with colour, scent and foliage. With long days and warm evenings the summer months provide plenty of opportunity to get out and enjoy the garden at its best. You can delight at the full borders, tuck into the freshly ripened crops of strawberries and watch bees, birds and butterflies as they make the most of nature’s harvest. The summer months also provide the...

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Preparing Your Garden for Winter

Posted by on Apr 4, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

At this time of year, many people are delighting at the colourful signs of spring. The sparse garden is beginning to fill out and seedlings are beginning to sprout.  Whilst it is typical to start planning the blooms that will add beauty to their garden in summer, it can also be a good time to consider a longer term view. If your garden looked bare and unloved through the winter months, now can be a good time of year to consider changes that could transform it next winter. With the image of this year’s borders in your mind, you will be well equipped to start planning which areas of the garden...

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How Fencing Can Create a More Inspiring Garden

Posted by on Mar 1, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

After a mild winter, the first buds of spring could be seen poking through the soil by the end of January. The vibrant yellow of those first crocuses, daffodils and primroses act as a ray of light. They offer a delightful sign that winter is over and the longer days are upon us. If we are keen to get out in the garden, it can be tempting to start clearing and planting on the first warm day of the year. Whilst a good tidy up in the garden can provide almost instant improvements to the look of our outdoor space and the fresh air certainly gives us a boost, it is better not to get too carried...

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