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Topiary Balls rooted in ancient gardening tradition. Artificial Topiary Balls are popular alternative to Real Plants Hanging Baskets. They require no watering, no clipping or maintenance. Hedged In Artificial Outdoor Boxwood Topiary Balls are excelle

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Almost 60 years after Her Majesty the Queen opened the original Terminal 2 at Heathrow Airport in 1955, HM and The Duke of Edinburgh officially opened the new Terminal 2: The Queen’s Terminal at a prestigious ceremony attended by over 1, 000 people.

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Based within Weston Business Quarter, 'The Hive' is an exciting new business enterprise hub which aims to provide the best resources for business advice and support. The purpose of this new initiative is to help local businesses thrive and grow and b

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3314766354?profile=RESIZE_320x320A new exhibition curated by The Building Centre and the Landscape Institute will exemplify how landscape architecture can offer sustainable solutions to the big challenges facing contemporary urban society including flooding and public health.
 
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Alaster Anderson Specialist Gardeners, a London-focused soft landscaping and garden maintenance company, has purchased a range of environmentally friendly battery-powered Pellenc products.

3314203197?profile=RESIZE_480x480The purchase includes two grass strimmers, two hedge trimmers,

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An insight to the daily life of a garden design and landscaping build up on a rear garden located in Cullompton, Exeter, Devon.

Day 10

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Coffee.

Electric ducting installed

Electric ducting installation

The trench depth for the 60mm diameter black ribbed duct is ha

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Adam Woods replied to Jim Gibbon's discussion Secateurs
"I went from Felco, to Wolfgarten + a few others and now back to Felco 7s. The Wolfgartens are still in the backnof the van for emergencies....but the Felcos do the job well, and are bright red....and infinitely maintainable.
Tbh we loose around 2-3…"
32 minutes ago
Kris Baker replied to Jim Gibbon's discussion Secateurs
"Felco has cheaper models in their range, but their No 2 Originals are same price as Okatsune"
3 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Fleur Voice's discussion Black Lives Matter
"I know an African Caribbean painter who I have worked with a few times over the years.
Some years ago I was sat eating lunch with him and his phone rang, a builder from another job gave him a cussing when he answered.
I enquired what the problem was…"
3 hours ago
DigBandit replied to Jim Gibbon's discussion Secateurs
"I have long harboured a set of Japanese Secs and tools  - at home I have a large number of Acers and the like that I "train" - one day I'll get round to it - however, workwise - I spent a small fortune on secs,and have lost all of them thus far.
One…"
4 hours ago
Mick Whitworth replied to Jim Gibbon's discussion Secateurs
"Good question. I bought a pair of Okatsune secateurs from Niwaki and really haven't got on with them. I find they slip around in my hand too much, and have reverted to Felco No 2s. But the very experienced gardener and plantsman I work with absolute…"
4 hours ago
Will Ranson replied to Jim Gibbon's discussion Secateurs
"Okatsune for me all the way, expensive but had my trusty pair for over 5 years now, just a new spring every 18 months or so and a tickle up with a sharpening stone now and then. Felco are good but these are on another level. Niwaki website has lots…"
4 hours ago
Neil Darby replied to Jim Gibbon's discussion Secateurs
"I swapped from Felco No 7, (the proswivelling handle) which I had used for years. Now I have a pair of Niwaki, lovely sound that even the customers like to hear, clicking away. Nothing to go wrong with them as all one piece of hardened steel, keep t…"
5 hours ago
Steven Mills replied to Steven Mills's discussion Fieldmotion Ltd
"Hi Richard - No I didn't move forward on this or any other software as yet.Any feedback from the friend on FM?"
5 hours ago
dan replied to Jim Gibbon's discussion Secateurs
"Okatsune all the way -- good value for money - nice design and lovely noise when snipping -- treat yourself to the Toshibo ones if price isnt an issue. "
5 hours ago
Will posted a discussion
I've decided to take the plunge.I currently use an FS131R for strimming and long reach hedge cutting and occasionally for use with a pole pruner.It's a beast of a machine and too powerful for most of the strimming work, but although heavy, eats long…
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Kris Baker updated their profile
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Richard Stone replied to Steven Mills's discussion Fieldmotion Ltd
"Hi Steven, I just responded to your enquiry re Winchester, which I came across when searching Fieldmotion on this site.  We are looking at various software options and a friend of mine has recently mentioned Fieldmotion.
Did you get any further with…"
6 hours ago
Chris Fox posted a discussion
hi all just wondering what you guys use for on site shelters currently have a pop up gazebo but as most of my private jobs are fairly secure i can leave some tools on site and was wondering if you guys use anything other than a tarp to keep them dry…
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Nigel Rawlins is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
19 hours ago
Simon Land replied to Fleur Voice's discussion Black Lives Matter
"Beautifully spoken Ali
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19 hours ago
Robbie posted a blog post
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Going Electric

I've decided to take the plunge.I currently use an FS131R for strimming and long reach hedge cutting and occasionally for use with a pole pruner.It's a beast of a machine and too powerful for most of the strimming work, but although heavy, eats long…

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onsite shelter

hi all just wondering what you guys use for on site shelters currently have a pop up gazebo but as most of my private jobs are fairly secure i can leave some tools on site and was wondering if you guys use anything other than a tarp to keep them dry…

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