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We are seeking an experienced professional Landscaper to join the team. You must be confident  in all aspects of hard landscaping. You will be responsible for the setting out, build and time management of projects and for overseeing the work of junior team members. Please get in touch with your CV and portfolio, we look

Landscaping Team Leader & Support Roles Available

Hours:45 hours weekly (opportunity for time in lieu to be built up during summer months, which can be used over Christmas period) Package: £ Competitive Benefits: Holiday / Pension / Overtime (time in lieu) /ongoing training Required Education, Skills and Qualifications Experience: ·         Artificial grass installing 3 years (Required) ·         Landscaping to include setting levels,

Landscape Gardener

SJ Gardens Ltd are looking for a Skilled Landscape Gardener, SJ Gardens work within construction of new builds and development sites. We supply and install Fencing, Turfing, Planting and Patio.  In addition we supply and install play areas as well as all other aspects in and around Landscaping. Applicant must be able to work within a

Landscaper

Landscaper needed, experience with paving/decking/fencing essential to work within a small Brighton based company Good rate of pay depending on experience. Driving licence preferred.

Hard Landscaper

This is a full time permanent position for a professional hard landscaper at a small business which specalise in high end landscaping and masonry. This position includes very little soft landscaping and gardening as we work closely with another company who undertake that aspect of the projects. You will need exceptional attention to detail and

SEASONAL GARDENER / GROUNDS MAINTENANCE OPERATIVE

Due to the imminent retirement of one of our excellent, long standing gardeners, EDR Landscapes are looking to hire a full time, seasonal domestic garden and grounds maintenance operative. A further part time opportunity is also available. Full time work is available each season from March to November, with some occasional winter work available. Work

Experienced Horticulturist

About the job: • Experienced horticulturist required for garden maintenance and soft landscaping • Plant based • Great prospects for promotion • Access to company van • Company smartphone • Training plan provided • All PPE and uniform provided • Attractive and progressive salary subject to experience

Landscape Gardener

Experienced Landscaper required for busy garden design and build company in East Hampshire / Surrey area. Minimum  5 years experience required, with a high level of competency in all areas of garden construction. Ability to drive essential. Good rates of pay for the correct applicant. The company is based in Alton and carries out domestic

Grounds maintenance Operative

We are recruiting a Commercial maintenance Operative for our expanding business. The role requires someone who’s experienced in the field, and is reliable and able to work in a team. Main duties include ride on machinery, strimming, hedge cutting and other maintenance duties. We look after sites across Sussex down to Hampshire and fulfilling our

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Progreen Weed Control replied to Jonny Armour's discussion Average NPK for lawns per year?
"...really without a soil analysis done you're, at best, guessing how much P & K is required. Phosphorous is increasingly regarded as a pollutant and is very persistent in soil. So any excess followed by blind fertilising simply creates a bigger & bi…"
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Phil Voice replied to Darren Franklin's discussion Black Limestone Nightmare
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Phil Voice replied to Darren Franklin's discussion Black Limestone Nightmare
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Andrew Watts replied to Lee Edwards's discussion Is it too late to over seed?
"OK to cut and keep leaves off. You just need to minimise use - not exclude all of it. So no kids playing footy etc"
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Lee Edwards replied to Lee Edwards's discussion Is it too late to over seed?
"Hi guys. Sorry to be best, would it be OK to cut the grass as it is getting rather long. If I wait 6-8 weeks in this weather it will be tall grass. 
Would like to get leaves off the lawn as well. 
 
Thanks all. 
 
Cheers Lee"
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 Hi, I’ve been looking online for the last few weeks trying to find a solution to a problem I’ve had with a Black Limestone patio. I run a small one man Landscaping company in Bedfordshire, I’ve recently laid a black Limestone patio approx.35m2..thi…
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Maybe like this...?"
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Lee Edwards replied to Lee Edwards's discussion Is it too late to over seed?
"Oh wow. The wife isn't going to like that. What about the occasional mow and brushing off casts? Again, thanks so much for your help. 
 
Been to wisely today and I have grass envy. Thick and bright green. They have this robot lawnmower that cuts the…"
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Tony @SM replied to Tony @SM's discussion Honda Izy HRG5367
"Interesting, so when you cut them down to size  how did you make the joint?"
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Dan Frazer Gardening replied to Jonny Armour's discussion Average NPK for lawns per year?
"200kg per ha a year equates to 20g per m2, I assume this is just N we are talking about? 4 treatments of that a year mean each treatment should be an average of 5g/m2 max, or 4x14% N content treatments a year of 30g/m2 feed. This seems a lot to me,…"
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Andrew Watts replied to Jonny Armour's discussion Average NPK for lawns per year?
"Another factor is whether regular mulch / drop mowing. This will return around 50% of required nutrients over time, and so you halve the requirements."
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Black Limestone Nightmare

  Hi,   I’ve been looking online for the last few weeks trying to find a solution to a problem I’ve had with a Black Limestone patio.   I run a small one man Landscaping company in Bedfordshire, I’ve recently laid a black Limestone patio approx.35m2..this has been my first Black Limestone patio to be laid, I’ve laid plenty of sandstone and honey coloured limestone but never black.   I’m fully aware it needs treating with kid gloves as it is easy to stain with cement whilst laying and its a big…

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3 Replies · Reply by Phil Voice yesterday

Spongey grass

Hi, looking for some advice please. Been looking after a lawn for a couple of years now and it has always been spongey underfoot and whilst the lawn has always looked good there’s been no appetite from the customer to tackle this.......however it’s bothering me as the weight of my mower on the spongey turf is meaning the quality of the cut isn’t as food as it could be. see picture - first inch above the soil bed is a the spongey thatch. I scarified at the start of the year but this hadn’t…

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7 Replies · Reply by Jack Chapman on Friday

Artificial grass sleepers on raised garden.

Hi all, I have a job coming up soon and the customers wants railway sleepers all around the perimeter , however the garden raises up slightly towards the back. Not sure what this will look like. I want to do a higher bed at the back of the garden. Please see photos attached. Any help or advice will be much appreciated. Cheers  Darren

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5 Replies · Reply by Darren Oct 16
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secure storage, workshop needed

Please remove if this isnt allowed. After 20 years on the same site we are now losing it to developers. I have 3 20ft shipping containers and parking for van and 2 trailers. We are based on the northern edge of Leeds and are now hunting around for a new site to work from. At the moment I have found nothing despite hunting for three weeks. My question is do any members on this site, who are based near me, have any leads to pass on? Really grateful as we are stumped.

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9 Replies · Reply by matt day Oct 14
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Honda Izy HRG5367

Morning All. I've shredded a rear tyre on my Izy. Hardly surprising really, it has had 3 seasons of being used on all of my rougher type gardens and has been unbelievably good. I've been looking online but can only find wheels (at about £30+VAT), and they appear to also need a height adjusting tool as well, to fit them.  I wondered if anyone knows a supplier who will sell me a couple of tyres for the rear wheels. I'm not being tight but I'll also be renewing the drivebelt, rubber strip plus…

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6 Replies · Reply by Tim Wallach on Saturday

Is it too late to over seed?

Hi all.  I am after a bit of advice on the above. Is the weather still warm enough to over seed at this time of year. I have scarified, aerated with hollow and now am going to top dress and fertilise tomorrow. Would it be OK to over seed as well?   Thanks for the advice in advance. I hope you are all keeping well.   Regards Lee 

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