"Is it a natural path i.e. from top of steps to a shed or similar?
Why not make a proper path, bark chippings, gravel etc? Nothing too fancy or expensive. Otherwise every year you will be spending money fixing a never going to be great lawn while…"
The lorry has an arm on it that can reach 30 m into the garden from the street, up to half a ton I think(quite impressive)From there it’s all crushed slate paths so it’s doable with my sack truck of 200kg , but it ain’t ideal and I work…"
man brand names you can think of?, that would be ideal as I have rubber sheets to go over grass etc, it's mostly crushed slate paths anyway, and you could probably ride a tank over that stuff!
From the very first day that legendary guitarist KK Downing decided to establish a golf course, Astbury Hall Golf Club in Shropshire has only ever used MM grass seed.Course Manager Sean Jarvis has long relied on the market leading MM grass seed,…
"We planted some 5m tall Western Red Cedar for a customer.We had a jcb to take plants off lorry and carry to property as articulated lorry could not get close enough. Engine hoist/winch to raise ball off the ground high enough to get a powered…"
"you can get heavy duty sack barrows (simular) desined to carry root ball plants i thing they will handel 300 kg but if you are going accross a lawn that is a bit wet you might need some boards down to run on "
Graham Instone of Dunnington Bowls Club, York, has been crowned as the Bowls England Greenkeeper of the Year.In the hotly-contested Greenkeeper of the Year category – sponsored by Dennis and SISIS – Graham took the honours, largely for his…