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Over the last few months, the South West Landscape Centre have reviewed their pricing.

The result is very simple, as follows.  For all our home-grown production, our prices will be fixed for the next 12 months.

5 litre - Shrubs, Grasses and selected He

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Spring is almost here and for us who have sandy soils they are starting to become lighter which enables us to get onto the soil earlier than other types of soil.

We took on an allotment last July and have spent the time since bringing it up to scratch

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This week has been a snowy one with winter finally hitting us and the business with a couple of days forced off and it totally changes the look of the garden with everything covered with snow, with every garden be it well kept or unkempt looking the

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The team were working this week in a garden in Virgina Water, Surrey and we suddenly noted a rather nice smell, looked around and our client had a beautiful looking witchhazel or Hamamelis mollis. This got us thinking about the gardens and sites we v

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Fed up with mowing your lawn?

There comes a point in life when you can’t (or don't want to) undertake the mowing of your own lawn perhaps for health reasons, lack of time or equipment, whilst away on business or holiday.

Maybe you have tried to get that perfect lawn but somehow ha

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Jackson's Landscape Design are the Southwest's leading garden design and landscaping practice based in beautiful Devon. We don't however limit ourselves to Devon and Cornwall, as we will travel to any location in the UK to design and install our besp
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We are Hampshire Fare members and becauise we specialise in fruit and veg gardens, we are offering this for Hamshire residents only!All you have to do is register, here http://www.francoisemurat.com/competitions.htmlGood luck!Meanwhile check out all
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I am so over the moon that finally the grow your own movement has gained such momentum. Having banged on about it for years, without being part of the sandals and lentil brigade( although I love lentils and do wear sandals (nice ones)!), potagers cna
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A recent school grounds seminar held at Charterhouse in Surrey has been hailed a huge success by all who attended.

The event attracted over 50 delegates from all levels as several topical issues were explored and discussed. Supported by…

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Open forum activity

PETER CROSBY replied to PETER CROSBY's discussion Bessertrim brushcutters
"That thing that intrigued me were the Mitsubishi engines. Original Japanese manufacturered.But answering myself, are Echo not also Japanese manufactured.
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1 hour ago
David Benson replied to Gary's discussion That extra day ....
"also do not forget that the bank holliday in may has been changed this year from monday to the following friday "
1 hour ago
Glen Stillman replied to PETER CROSBY's discussion Bessertrim brushcutters
"Yep, good point, I had only heard of them through this thread
https://landscapejuicenetwork.com/forum/topics/best-stihl-brushcutter
 "
1 hour ago
Angela Sharp replied to Lesley Anne Bloomer's discussion When to lay bark chips - before or after planting?
"My only thought about that is, whilst an interesting idea on paper, ground cover plants by their very nature spread, and sometimes can be quite pernicious and start to take over the site and other plants in some cases. So a very careful choice would…"
2 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to PETER CROSBY's discussion Bessertrim brushcutters
"If the Echo one lasted 7 hard years, why try something else you're not sure of?..... whatever you get, you'll be very lucky to do better.   Never heard of them either.... Googled them and couldn't find anything about their strimmers though I see Pet…"
2 hours ago
Fencing Essentials posted a discussion
Our tree care department launched an updated website today with fresh design and lots of new content.  I invite you to have a look around the site and see for yourself the services offered.  Quick link to the site here:  https://www.bawdentreecare.c…
3 hours ago
Paul Doyle replied to Gary's discussion That extra day ....
"If I took her out for a meal like that there be a slap alright.. your suggestion makes a hearty Friday working lunch nonetheless. :-)"
3 hours ago
PETER CROSBY replied to PETER CROSBY's discussion Bessertrim brushcutters
"To be fair the website is a bit clumsy to Navigate."
3 hours ago
Glen Stillman replied to PETER CROSBY's discussion Bessertrim brushcutters
"Sorry, for what ever reason I read kawasaki, not mitsubishi. "
4 hours ago
Glen Stillman replied to PETER CROSBY's discussion Bessertrim brushcutters
"Ah, just me being unable to navigate their website, thank you. "
4 hours ago
PETER CROSBY replied to PETER CROSBY's discussion Bessertrim brushcutters
"I found the full brushcutters with engine from the drop down menu under the trade heading.
http://www.bessertrim.co.uk/trade-uk-home/brushcutters.html"
4 hours ago
Glen Stillman replied to PETER CROSBY's discussion Bessertrim brushcutters
"I think vic575 uses them and his comments have been positive.
I have that kawasaki engine on a hedge trimmer and it never misses a beat.
Have you got a link? I looked on their website lastweek and there was no full strimmer, just info on their heads…"
4 hours ago
PETER CROSBY posted a discussion
Hi all.Our echo brush cutter after 7 years of abuse is now beyond economical repair. I was going to plump for the exact same new model, but knowing parts can be pricey I've vaguely thought about purchasing a different brand. My newest employee sugge…
5 hours ago
Tony @SM replied to mark thomas's discussion Commercial grass cutting
"I tend to quote for X many cuts per year. Fortnightly through the season but allowing for an early cut which can be anytime late Feb/early March and always a late one, maybe November. It's not a perfect system but I'm around and about the area all y…"
5 hours ago
mick replied to mick's discussion flail mowing rams?
"hi I have down loaded it but I am using a chrome book and when it turns the word document in a a word / chrome book compatable it cuts / loses the boxs.
I not sure it will work for me on the chrome book"
6 hours ago
Gary replied to mick's discussion flail mowing rams?
"Mick, are you trying to edit documents in-situ?
If you are, you won’t have ‘access’.
You need to copy or download to your PC/Device and then make your changes and save locally."
7 hours ago
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Bessertrim brushcutters

Hi all.Our echo brush cutter after 7 years of abuse is now beyond economical repair. I was going to plump for the exact same new model, but knowing parts can be pricey I've vaguely thought about purchasing a different brand. My newest employee…

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