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If you are reading this blog post, you may be asking yourself some or all of the following questions:

WHY should I scarify my lawn?

Lawns benefit from regular scarifying in order to remove and control the build up of moss and 'thatch'. 'Thatch' is the

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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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The newly sign written Ayegardening van.
3314155689?profile=RESIZE_480x480Ayegardening is really excited to announce that our new van is ready to go - newly sign written - watch out for it around Crawley, Horsham and Dorking areas.

 

    Ayegardening

Ayegardening is a friendly, reliable

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  • During a garden design consultation in Hillingdon, West London discussion revolved around solutions for a garden that sits on an old gravel pit.  Suggestions included options for raised beds and planters, possibly constructed from railway sleepers.
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Customer Testimonials  - Success Story Part Two

 

Here at Abel Landscaping we believe good customer service is key to running a successful business. Many of our customers were willing to give testimonials to tell other customers about their experience

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Garden Design London: A week in the life of a London Based Garden Design and Build Company: Week 37 2011

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Autumn lawn scarifying around Glasgow

The wind and rain may put some people off but Dan Frazer Gardening is out every day mowing, trimming, and at this time of year, scarifying and treating moss in lawns all over central Scotland.

 

Our method is a thorough one and greatly benefits the law

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Garden Design London: A week in the life of a London Based Garden Design and Build Company: Week 34 2011
Garden Design London: A week in the life of a London Based Garden Design and Build Company: Week 34 2011
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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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Ever wished your lawn could look better?

Do you have heavy infestations of moss, weeds, bald patches or a generally unhealthy looking lawn?

ANP Services Spalding can help, if you if in any of the areas surrounding Spalding, such as Cowbit, Moulton, Gos

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On the very day that official drought was declared in Lincolnshire, the heavens finally opened - indeed there was half an inch of hailstones in parts of Spalding and Pinchbeck.

 

Everyone's lawn badly needed this water, and indeed at the time of writi

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Landscaping Liverpool

This is landscaping project that we have carried out in the Kirkby area of Liverpool in Merseyside. We have created a new Marshalls Fairstone Circle feature with walling, New Fairstone Patio and a new circular with Marshalls Natu

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Open forum activity

Michael Wood replied to Michael Wood's discussion Hayter 48 Pro
"Looking at feedback from people running the new model Hayter 48 Pro. Not considering other models yet."
1 hour ago
Steven Gerrard replied to Michael Wood's discussion Hayter 48 Pro
"I'm looking at purchasing a new mower. My local machine repairer and friend has suggested I invest in a Hayter Harrier 48. im a little confused, are you looking to buy another Hayter or are you looking for other recommendations 🤷🏻‍♂️The more researc…"
2 hours ago
Edward baker replied to David Benson's discussion shrub identifcation
"......one of the most common plants around! "
6 hours ago
Ed Fox replied to Trevor Stephens's discussion Our own Gardens....
"I'd love to see a picture of that John...sounds super cool
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8 hours ago
dan replied to David Benson's discussion shrub identifcation
"agree with spirea 'snowmound'"
9 hours ago
Colin Anson replied to David Benson's discussion shrub identifcation
"Looks like a spirea called snowmound."
11 hours ago
Billybop replied to David Benson's discussion shrub identifcation
"bridal wreath. Spiraea arguta"
11 hours ago
David Benson posted a discussion
anyone know what this shrub is called
11 hours ago
Tim harris is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
13 hours ago
David Benson replied to Gaz's discussion Dying shrub
"its part of the euonymus family and do not suffer mutch from desease it might be that it has been that dry and hot at the same time"
20 hours ago
Michael Wood replied to Andrew Midgley's discussion Feedback on Eliet Maestro Country Shredder/Chipper
"Have used it for both holly and hazel. Due to the fairly narrow feed chute, holly needs to be encouraged down to the blades with a bit of 2 x 2. As long as it is pushed through, the machine had no problems / blockages with the holly. Did a load of i…"
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Rob Eynon updated their profile photo
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Michael Wood posted a discussion
Currently run a Hayter 48 Pro mower, as well as the new 41 Pro.looking to replace the 48 and would appreciate opinions of anyone running one. Grass pick up, speed etc.
22 hours ago
Andrew Midgley replied to Andrew Midgley's discussion Feedback on Eliet Maestro Country Shredder/Chipper
"Good feedback. Any good for chipping hazel, Holly and escolonia? "
22 hours ago
Michael Wood replied to Andrew Midgley's discussion Feedback on Eliet Maestro Country Shredder/Chipper
"Had a Maestro Country for just over a year now. Superb for reducing the bulk of woody mixed cuttings including conifers. Absolute crap.for privet and soft cuttings with the standard sieve supplied. Although the handbook says blades can be sharpened…"
22 hours ago
Andrew Midgley replied to Andrew Midgley's discussion Feedback on Eliet Maestro Country Shredder/Chipper
"Thanks for the feedbacks chaps; much appreciated.  Food for thoughts certainly.
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Dying shrub

I wonder if anyone has come across this or any advice. One of my customers has what I think is a Japanese spindle.it has been doing very well but since my last visit 2 weeks ago half of it appears to have died (see photos) some of the bottom of the…

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