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Artificial Hedge The Ultimate Buying Guide

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Artificial hedge & grass creating a maintenance free garden

Artificial grass has gained in popularity. There are lots of companies out there selling and installing astro turf, and artificial hedge is also becoming increasingly popular. Walking through

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Mr Howard is a retired headmaster. All he wants to do in his retirement is watch cricket. Mowing lawns and trimming hedges is not his idea of fun! Mrs Howard is still working, and she does not want to come home to a messy garden.
To solve this problem
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Ayegardening

Ayegardening is a friendly, reliable, hard working family gardening business serving Crawley, Horsham and Dorking areas but also spanning across Surrey and West Sussex.

Gardening services:

  • Regular garden maintenance
  • Commercial and domestic
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David Benson replied to Adam Woods's discussion Renovating Arbors with a massive wisteria, roses, jasmine and other climbers on them
"the way timber prices are going and the availability it might be a option to use plastic "
22 hours ago
Stephen r Brook-Smith replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion Stihl HLA 86 needed.
"https://www.gardenmachinesltd.co.uk/
 
Ordered one from here yesterday!!"
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Billybop replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion Stihl HLA 86 needed.
"The original Stihl battery kit for example seemed only labelled as the "Pro" range once their "Compact Cordless" variety was introduced several years later, to distinguish the 2 types. However there are many gardeners who successfuly use the Compact…"
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DigBandit commented on Robbie's blog post Lawn Mower BROKE! The downside to having an OLD lawnmower. Can it be FIXED?
"Very fond of old mowers - but maybe more to the point I love repairing them.  "
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Ed Fox replied to Gareth's discussion Estimate for a planting scheme
"10-15 years ago i read an article about a plants women who then charged £25 per metre fully planted. If money roughly halves in value every 10 years thats £50+ per metre now.
I've just planted up 3 projects and still have to finalise actual costs…"
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Adam Woods replied to Adam Woods's discussion Renovating Arbors with a massive wisteria, roses, jasmine and other climbers on them
"Its a grade 2* listed mansion.... I dont think that would work :)"
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Geoffrey King replied to Adam Woods's discussion Renovating Arbors with a massive wisteria, roses, jasmine and other climbers on them
"An option to consider, replace the timber with plastic lumberthen it won't rot ever again!
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Vic 575 replied to mark thomas's discussion Domestic ride on
"I run a Stiga 740 pwx [about £7500 list] and John Deere Z535m zero turn [now about £6500 list]. The Stigas are very good, but they aren’t simple machines and they hold their value, so aren’t great second hand buys.
The John Deere I have is a…"
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Geoffrey King replied to Gareth's discussion Estimate for a planting scheme
"hi Adam, we normally expect a mature perennial to grow to the size of a dustbin lid.  Clearly this varies a lot!
So as an average, if we are overplanting a new planting area, to get more impact faster, we would use 5 or 7 perennials per sq.m as…"
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Gareth replied to Gareth's discussion Estimate for a planting scheme
"Blimey,  that confused me momentarily. Adam commented on your post - from 12 years ago!  I'd possibly double those prices now. If you do a medium density planting of 5-7 plants per m2, depends on what your purchase costs are and what retail is. A 2L…"
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Adam Woods replied to Gareth's discussion Estimate for a planting scheme
"A garden we work in has just been trampled by 30 cows... they had a fine old time!!! We are quoting for replacing the plants as those that did not get eaten, got trampled ... I' reckoning that these prices should go up a bit.... to say £30 per sq…"
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Peter sellers replied to mark thomas's discussion Domestic ride on
"Mark, We have always used Toro from when we started 40 years ago, unfortunately the new domestic machines don't have the build quality anymore. There's a Toro 270 on eBay at the moment at £1095, this is an older model and well worth buying, we ran…"
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Adam Woods replied to Adam Woods's discussion Renovating Arbors with a massive wisteria, roses, jasmine and other climbers on them
"Thank you Neil and the rest of you. The client has decided that we just do the minimum now, then in the deep midwinter really go through it. TBH to bring it all down, and repair the structure then put the plants back would take days, possibly…"
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Edward Hanson is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
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Neil Darby replied to Adam Woods's discussion Renovating Arbors with a massive wisteria, roses, jasmine and other climbers on them
" Hi Adam, I had something very similar to do about four years ago when I started for one of my clients. The Wisteria was just rambling around on the ground & over an overgrown Mahonia as well. Pruning on a three year cycle of both was required but…"
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