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Im interested in other landscapers views about pushing Veg plots.either as stardard shippable sizes or bespoke.with sainburys helping schools to create veg patches in school grounds, the rise of organic food and food prices plus the huge shortfall in

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spiral cypress

Morning allHave a medium size golden cypress stuck in the middle of a client's lawn and she wants it reduced. Thought it might be fun to try and topiarize(?) it into a spiral. Any ideas on where to start, and how to finish!!! Quite happy to spend a b

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Moving large shrubs

Having pulled out the hedge at the front of the house, in readiness for planting a new one, there are a number of large shrubs that also need to come out (the flower bed in front of the hedge is going too).

I'm going to re-plant them in front of ano

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2 Replies · Reply by Kristen Oct 24, 2008
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Pleached trees

I would like to replace some elderly Lombardy poplars with some pleached trees. I've not attempted anything like this before, and would appreciate your advice.This picture shows our drive, folk enter on the left, and exit on the right. I want to remo

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Pictures of Roses

Hi Folks,I'm going to start developing a 50m long flower border here in Spain later this year. I have a catalogue from a local nursery that lists 11 varieties. I will buy from this range as they'll have been proven to do well in this environment. I'v

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