"Personally I hate drippers - prone to getting blocked, particularly in hard water areas. Local specialist nursery refers to theirs as their "Irritation system"
I use a loop, or two, of leaky hose in a circle around plant / container with with a T…"
"I work mainly on the commercial side myself, for just short of thirty years now. I’m not sure why you would approach estate agents. A better idea would be to approach Land Agents. They are the ones dealing with not only agricultural, but also large…"
"We have put many vine eyes in to walls over the years. Always to bricks, mortar often is only surface finished and has no structural strength. Holes in bricks should be height centered and at least 40mm/ 1.5" from the ends, to prevent cracking. …"
hi all I’m currently looking to expand my business and I want to go down the road of the commercial side of grounds maintenance, I currently have a nice round of domestic clients and some commercial properties ie a school and a few apartment blocks…
"I pressure wash mower rear collection bags/boxes once or twice a season. Then leave to dry hanging on the handle of a garden fork. But most of my kit is battery anyhow. Mower decks and strimmer guards get scraped off as required. Which is easier…"
"cheers John it's a good term to have up your sleeve for when a potential new client asks "is this a plant or a weed" in their garden. And you can say, well, it's both really. Quite a good ice breaker to soften them up before you tell them the eye…"
"In the right setting, they are fine and a good source of food for birds. In the winter the skeletal Frame adds winter interest and the large leaves emerging in the spring are ornamentally interesting. "
"I like alot of those ornamental weeds too ( brilliant definition by the way ) , even balsam and hogweed have a certain presence , my back garden has become engulfed by borage but it looks amazing in flower and the bee's love it .
I once spent a…"