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Anna McArthur posted a discussion
Sadly, after many years of trading, Fordham Wholesale nursery (South east of Ely in Cambridgehshire) is closing in the summer, and I'm now starting to panic slightly as there doesn't seem to be another good wholesale plant nursery I can use instead.…
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Chris Conroy-Smith is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
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Glen Stillman replied to Glen Stillman's discussion Gravel Drive Renovation
"Credit where credits due. I have since spoken to Kersten UK and they have been very accommodating. "
4 hours ago
Glen Stillman posted a discussion
Morning all.I have a client whose gravel drive is in desperate need of a bit of renovation. He is reluctant to have it redone completely as it's a back entrance and he is already having the main drive replaced. I have approached Kersten UK to hire t…
6 hours ago
Tony @SM replied to Jessica Bateman's discussion Ramps for mower
"Similar. I just went to the timber merchant and for £8 they sold me 2 planks. I've had 'em years and they just slide alongside the mowers in transit."
22 hours ago
Gary RK posted a discussion
Useful factsheet from Buy With Confidence (Trading Standards Scheme) on how you can/can't terminate contracts ......
BWCFactSheet-TerminatingaContract.pdf
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Paul Doyle replied to James King's discussion planting a pyracantha firethawn hedge and fruit trees dying?
"Doff of the cap to that idea!!! .... "
yesterday
Paul Baillie replied to Andrew holt's discussion what fleet of mowers do you run?
"My that sounds like a lot of mowers for a one man band.
i run two, cause there’s two of us :)
a 19” Honda roller and a 17” Honda four wheel push.
we have a load of smaller town gardens which the smaller one does brilliantly and some larger ones whic…"
yesterday
Glen Stillman replied to Glen Stillman's discussion Metal pre-fab sheds
"Thanks for the comments all, I think it's a classic case of you get what you pay for! "
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Glen Stillman replied to Glen Stillman's discussion Metal pre-fab sheds
"Thank you Paul I'll have a look  "
yesterday
Paul Baillie replied to Glen Stillman's discussion Metal pre-fab sheds
"Have a look on asgardsss.co.uk
we put one up for a customer last week. Absolutely fabulous quality product!
full metal casing, nothing flimsy AT ALL!
the doors would suit a safe!
really easy to put up too. And would be pretty easy to take apart and…"
yesterday
graeme mccaig replied to graeme mccaig's discussion License to practice . Advice please
"thanks james for reply. can anyone else comment especially any arbo bosses. would they employ a new guy with just a 2 day course? thanks"
yesterday
Craig Flatters replied to Jessica Bateman's discussion Ramps for mower
"I use a small scaff board. I think I nicked it of site once.
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yesterday
Tim Wallach replied to Jessica Bateman's discussion Ramps for mower
"these look particularly good if your mower is bigger than your vehicle!
https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/1-8m-Steel-Ramps-ATV-Mower-Motorbike-for-T...
(more seriously, I bought the folding version of these (from ebay but they were cheaper back then).  Fine…"
yesterday
ian moore replied to ian moore's discussion need help !!! landscaping back garden!!
"thanks sean, yes willl try and get better turf cutter and then rotavate it after , altho am temoted in sing a stone burier as gary suggested in replys , just need to see if i can hire one, this garden is so slopey like, also used turf cutter on fron…"
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Sean Clarke replied to ian moore's discussion need help !!! landscaping back garden!!
"Use the turf cutter, trying to rotovate that would be a nightmare. If you’re not in a rush, you could RoundUp the grass, in about 3 weeks it should be good to rotovate and level."
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