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Will replied to OJH's discussion when do you cut hedges?
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Andrew replied to OJH's discussion when do you cut hedges?
"Its a pain,but the reality is birds WILL desert their nests due to the cover been reduced/dissapearing Also,of course on a good year birds will have 2 or even 3 clutches of eggs.So trimming is not on.And as to taking off,say a third of a hedge…"
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"These are only very small lawns.  I do so little grass cutting that an Aldi battery mower is sufficient :)"
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Lawn Moss

I have a few clients that now have a lot of lawn moss - if you think it's wet in the UK you should try the West of Ireland !  The problem is that none of them would want the nuclear option of Ferrous sulfate, scarifier, full reseed etc.Does anyone know of a gentler option ?  Do any of these alternative moss treatments word - like MoBacter ?  

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Directory of landscape/gardening/maintenance based software apps

We would like to create a directory on LJN of known software applications for our industry (ideally UK centric) to help people looking for suitable business solutions. It is  clear there is a growing number of software vendors in this marketplace, so if you know any and can post up a URL link I will maintain a  'System' page. It is not meant to be 'recommendation-based' but if you have any direct knowledge, feel free to include a brief comment/overview. This will allow members to go off and do…

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Large format printing

I’m looking for a reliable, good quality, reasonable priced large format printing company that I can send files to online and have them posted to me rolled in a reasonable time. The files will be a mix of CAD, needing to be to scale, and photoshop based/scanned in work, so jpg or pdf. I’ve tried a local company in an attempt to support local business and limit my carbon footprint, and after a month of faffing about with them I finally have my prints the wrong size and poor quality so any…

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3 Replies · Reply by Paul Baillie 10 hours ago
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Camelias stressed / deficient / Lime leaching ? soil testing ?

At least Three gardens i have visited with mature camelias appear to be showing signs of stress or defficiency , drooping light green leaves flower buds stunted , previously vigerous with dark green glossy leaves . The temperature here in Yorkshire has dropped considerably so i am wondering if the sudden cold snap has affected them , Has anyone else noticed similar . ? Two areas where they are planted have had extensive landscaping , walls built so lime leaching into the soil could be the…

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Which total weedkiller

hi allive a client with a driveway, it's got  walling each side around 50m long 70% gravel 30% bare soil, grasses and weeds every season thought of strimming it down then applying  a weedkiller may be twicea year would that keep it down (the grass mainly) if so what would you useive got some round up 480 here....? 

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Experienced gardener

EXPERIENCED GARDENER Full-time or Self-employed – Company based in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire Salary up to £25k, or self-employed £11/hour starting hourly rate, dependent on experience   The Role: Working as part of a team completing soft and hard landscaping duties for clients. Duties can include: • Hedge cutting • Weeding • Planting • Pruning • Border

Head Gardener for Private Estate

The role of the head gardener is the overall maintenance of the gardens, lawns and grounds. When the opportunity arises, parts of the gardens might be redesigned and replanted. The gardens form an essential and much loved part of a private estate. Main Responsibilities: Full management of 2 part-time assistants, including day-to-day supervision and working

Self Employed Gardeners

Grasstex are currently seeking to engage the services of local (West Sussex / South Surrey) gardeners. If you are a new start up looking for more work, or an existing business with the odd spare day to fill, we may have something for you. We have various types of work available to match your skills.

Gardener

Gardener required I run an established garden maintenance and soft landscaping business based in North London. I have a record of working in the industry and now work with fellow colleagues on domestic gardens. I’ve spent many years studying and training at Capel Manor. I’m looking to grow my business by taking on additional help

female landscaper/project manager – physic garden

Physic Garden – Project Manager / Landscaper Dec 19 – April 20 – part time – project based Freelance fee £8,000 Location – Nelson Lancashire Expressions of interest should include a letter, outline of relevant experience/CV and reference contact details by email to info@idlewomen.org by 20 Dec 2019   Idle Women the arts and social

Landscape Gardener (commercial maintenance)

We have an open position for an experienced commercial maintenance landscape gardener, ideally with good handyman skills, to join our company due to contiuned expansion. Based in west Surrey, we work across the South/South East predominately for commercial clients. The candidate will have/be: Experience in commercial grounds / estates maintenance with practical handyman skills Presentable

Experienced landscaper

Lawnswood Landscapes are currently looking for an experienced hard landscaper to work on a variety of projects Based in Southwick over the past 9 years we have established an excellent reputation for our work and now looking to expand due to our increased work load. The ideal candidate will need to have at least 4

Casual help with soft landscaping

Seeking  some temporary help at a 4.5 acre garden in Oxforshire. A friendly team, we need help with preparing the garden for an upcoming event. All aspects of soft landscaping and garden care, some hard landscaping useful too.

gardener / domestic garden maintenance

Due to continued expansion and demand for our services we are looking for a new team member to join our small successful garden maintenance business. The applicants should be enthusiastic, fit, hard-working and able to hit the ground running with a willingness to learn. a full clean uk driving license is essential (minor points accepted)

Maintenance gardener

We are looking for a full time maintenance gardener to join our busy team. We deal solely with private, top end gardens in the Richmond area of South West London. Applicant must have a working knowledge of common garden plants and experience with the usual maintenance tools. A driving licence is preferred. Applicant must be

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