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Weeding Out Timewasters

That time of year is approaching fast - you know the scenario - the sun peeks out from behind a cloud and all of a sudden the phone starts ringing off the hook.  "I need a bigger patio" "When can you re-plant my borders?" "Please give me a quote for

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New Case Study

We've been super busy this week.   Not only have we given our website a facelift so that it's easier to navigate;  We've also made a start on adding some of this year's work to our case studies page.

Take a look at this fabulous garden designed on be

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Speed up whip planting with the Turf Teq Trencher

A 636m stretch of native hedgerow mix whips planted by Rob Bowditch and his crew, with great ease, using the Turf Teq Trencher which really speeded up the job. Great team work!

 

Turf Teq design and manufacture a range of walk-behind Power Rakes, Edger

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Website Updates

We've been busy adding new content to our website.

Some of our clients (understandably) are reluctant to let us showcase designs we've created on their behalf, but these landscaping entrepeneurs have given us permission to go public with their commiss

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With two rugby pitches and a new, dedicated cricket pitch all constructed to add to the existing two rugby pitches, Towcestrians Head Groundsman, Tom Waldock, knew he would need some new machinery to keep everything in shape!
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Perennial prepares for increase in demand

4237911144?profile=RESIZE_710xPerennial is the safety net for people in the horticulture industry and is here to help anyone working in, or retired from any job involving trees, plants, flowers or grass.

As the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continue to evolve for

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John Evans replied to Tim Bucknall's discussion Trachelospermum
"I've had exactly the same with 12 large ones I planted last summer. They are alive but showing little sign of any flower buds forming and the leaves are very pale looking despite a feed. In another garden, two I planted 3 years ago on a sunny wall…"
1 hour ago
C. M. Gilliam replied to Tim Bucknall's discussion Trachelospermum
"Could I ask when you planted them? My experience is that Trachelospermum can be very slow growing in the first few years. I had one that did virtually nothing for about 3-4 years, didn't even get as big as the one in your photo. I gave up on it.…"
2 hours ago
Adam Woods replied to Adam Woods's discussion Garden Maintenance business for sale - South Wilts
"Thank you for all your good wishes. I probably should have made the move to do this sort of job 20 years earlier....but hey, isn't hindsight is a wonderful thing?
I will keep popping in here and adding my 5 penny's worth of advice.
I'm going to try…"
2 hours ago
Fusion Media posted a blog post
John Spraggs, Course Manager at the Royal Wellington Golf Club in New Zealand, has reported excellent results from using a range of SISIS equipment to maintain the historic course.Royal Wellington Golf Club is regarded as one of New Zealand’s finest…
yesterday
Richard Stone replied to Adam Woods's discussion Garden Maintenance business for sale - South Wilts
"Congratulations on your sale and subsquent retirement Adam - best wishes."
yesterday
Gary Rimmer replied to Jim Murray's discussion Who on here do.
"I'm 99.5% just grass cutting, hedges etc. I'm 55 now and my body really doesn't like strenuous exercise so much these days. I've heard the term "strum, mow, blow and go" bandied around. My way of thinking is. If it brings the money in.... Why not?…"
yesterday
Jonathan Davidson replied to Adam Woods's discussion Garden Maintenance business for sale - South Wilts
"Thats very good news to hear"
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Nitya is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
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Billybop replied to Adam Woods's discussion Garden Maintenance business for sale - South Wilts
"well done Adam hope you shall still pop in here occasionally, to share your expertise"
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John F replied to Adam Woods's discussion Garden Maintenance business for sale - South Wilts
"All the best Adam ,great timing all set for summer . Happy retirement .
Good luck to Alex 🙂🌷"
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Rigsby replied to Rigsby's discussion Thick thatch - use turfcutter?
"Thanks for all the helpful advice and encouragement. I'm going in tomorrow so will let you know the outcome."
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Honey Badger replied to Adam Woods's discussion Garden Maintenance business for sale - South Wilts
"Well-done Adam, enjoy!
I bet your Mrs has been writing a long list of jobs for you!😬🤣
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Mark replied to Adam Woods's discussion Garden Maintenance business for sale - South Wilts
"Congratulations Adam - enjoy your retirement !
Also, thanks for your many posts on this forum - useful many times.
Have fun travelling !!
Mark"
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Etesia UK posted a blog post
Following the successful launch of the ET Lander electric utility vehicle from Etesia UK in 2021, the company has announced the launch of the next phase of production including becoming fully N1 homologation compliant.Customers first got the chance…
Thursday
Adam Woods replied to Adam Woods's discussion Garden Maintenance business for sale - South Wilts
"A quick update.... I have sold the business to Alex at Coutryside Grounds Services. It has taken a while and Alex was either pointed to the post above or an identical one on LinkedIn back in February - so for a wee company its taken a while but we…"
Thursday
Fusion Media posted a blog post
The unrivalled battery power of the new Dennis ES-860 cylinder mower is impressing at Trent Bridge, home of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club.For many years, turf professionals have been choosing Dennis for their superb cut quality and…
Wednesday
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Praxys

Hello everyone. I'm new here so be gentle!  Can anyone tell me how long pets need to be kept off a residential lawn after spraying Praxys herbicide.I've looked at the product label on line but can't seem to find a difinitive answer.Thanks. 

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Trachelospermum

We plant quite a few Trachelospermum jasminoides with no problems.  We have one garden where we planted 12 and they almost all failed.  I thought it was a bad batch and we replaced them.  The 2nd lot aren't doing much better, with this being a…

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8 Replies · Reply by John Evans 1 hour ago
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