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David Cox replied to Darren Walters's discussion How can we save this ceanothus?
"They seem to rot out in the root plate at that size IME - replace, a good sized one can be had for under £30"
10 minutes ago
John Bates replied to Darren Walters's discussion How can we save this ceanothus?
"Agree with what Stuart says.. have lost one myself and also been called to a client who thought their last gardener had killed their Ceanothus thru bad pruning."
31 minutes ago
John Bates replied to Emma Clarke's discussion Under-estimating a job
"As plants take 5-10 years to mature - day 1 ain't going to be lush
Educate the client before the job - and infill with annuals or temp low cost planting that can be removed (although more initial maintenance)"
35 minutes ago
Landen @ Jobber replied to Landscape Juice's discussion Jobber discount offer code for LJN members
"Hey Darren. The discount might have been set in our internal tool as 12 months by accident.
I don't remember if that was something that was setup on purpose or not.
If you get in contact with someone here let them know that I know about the problem…"
1 hour ago
Emma Clarke replied to Emma Clarke's discussion Under-estimating a job
"Thanks Gary, I planned the garden using recommended plant spacings, but was working to a concept and the hard landscaping layout has changed! What percentage costing would you consider to be a large oversight?"
2 hours ago
Stuart @ Eco Garden Maintenance replied to Darren Walters's discussion How can we save this ceanothus?
"Ceanothus hates pruning and is a short lived plant anyway. I would suggest removing it and replacing."
2 hours ago
Darren Walters posted a discussion
This blew down about a month ago and was literally lying on the lawn.  We managed to lift it, prop and tie it up back close to its original position.  But a week later, during some more winds it moved to its current position.  It is tied to the coni…
2 hours ago
David Brain @ CGS replied to Phil Voice's discussion Number 10 gardeners announce first walkout in 37 years
""Can you deduce that from the article ?"
I deduced my reply on Phil's post. Life experience has also taught me that striking (in the modern world) is the ultimate in last resorts & would have not been taken lightly by the members.
"I know not, wheth…"
3 hours ago
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