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Local Landscaping Firm Scoop Their Fifteenth Award

Local landscaping firm Aura Landscapes have proved they really are the best in their field, after winning three awards at the Regional Marshalls Register Awards, taking their award total to fifteen.

Leading hard landscaping manufacturer Marshalls plc

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Natural stone patio - Prenton Wirral

This landscape design was created by our in house landscape architect Emily Ross. Here she has worked with our customer to create this fantastic garden design that makes use of Marshalls Fairstone Pa

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Natural Stone Paving Patio 

Clean and Re-point

As part of a landscaping project that we are currently carrying out in the Wirral, there was an existing patio. The patio was grimey and dirty but the customer assured us that natural stone paving was un

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The contents of this blog shows how to install patios, garden paving, paving slabs, paving stones, patio, stone paving, paving stone, patio stone, patio stones, concrete slabs, slabs, flagstones in Devon.

THIS PROJECT IS UNDER PERMEABLE DRIVEWAY CONST

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After being on the Marshalls Register for just over two years now we are proud to say that we have won three regional awards for two consecutive years!

At the Marshalls Roadshow that took place last night in Titchfield we were humbled when we were ann

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Marshalls Fairstone Patio

 

Dutton - Cheshire

This Marshalls Fairstone patio was carried out in the Dutton area of Cheshire, WA44; in the garden of the owner of Bluebell Cottage gardens. We have also installed a new wall using Marshalls Tegula walling a

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Developing design in a rammed earth garden feature, the rammed earth water wall has been designed and created for a domestic client Newton Abbot, Devon.

Day 14:


I hope that the worst of the cold snap has passed us by now.....like you, I'm sure it slow

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Marshalls Fairstone Sawn

We have decided to share a featured project that we have just added to our website. This project was carried out in the Dutton area of Cheshire and consisted of the installation of Marshalls Fairstone Sawn Paving, creating two

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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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New Patio in Manchester using Golden sand multi Fairstone sawn paving a premium product supplied by Marshalls the leading paving suppliers in the UK and pointed using Marshall's Weatherpoint 365, the patio was completly pointed in less than 2 hours i

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LANDSCAPING PROJECTS

 

 

3314158148?profile=originalWe are currently carrying out a rear garden makeover in Manchester.

Each day we update our projects page on our website with the progression we have carried out each day: Projects Page

 

 

Here are some photographs of our progressi

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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

Harry@VWGS replied to Craig Davies's discussion Moving from IT to Gardening!
"Sorry to hear this Richard, hope your ok mate, I will bell you at some point if your free? "
2 hours ago
Gary replied to David Benson's discussion components coming from china
"Reckon the ‘grey’ spares aftermarket - especially on platforms like eBay - must be taking a hit at the moment, but you’re right many manufacturers outsource to China - Stihl for instance... 
Short term, suggest there’s enough spares stock around but…"
11 hours ago
David Benson posted a discussion
saw this morning that JCB are cutting the working week in the factory because of a shortage of components coming from china this may have a effect on garden machinery as in shortage of spare parts or even to buy new as a lot of the brands use compon…
11 hours ago
Billybop replied to Chris Powell's discussion Battery Powered Strimmer, Husqvarna or Stihl...?
"Truth is there is no one brand of cordless garden kit which has all the answers, they all make out that they're the best but sometimes another tool from a different range is actually more useful or unique. for example the Mountfield 48V tiller is a…"
13 hours ago
Billybop replied to Chris Powell's discussion Battery Powered Strimmer, Husqvarna or Stihl...?
"it's sad to hear that, as their kit looks good, even the stihl cordless has had its problems with a couple of the original hedge trimmer models being recalled, and a few people have managed to burn out the controllers in various tools; these machine…"
13 hours ago
Sean Clarke replied to Chris Powell's discussion Battery Powered Strimmer, Husqvarna or Stihl...?
"My local dealer, who stocks both Stihl and Husky, said they've had quite a few problems with some of the Husky gear. Shame, as I preferred the build quality of Husqvarna. Incidentally, I ended up going with Ego Power and so far I've been very impres…"
13 hours ago
thomas paton and Gary Bickerton joined Landscape Juice Network
14 hours ago
Richard Gadsby commented on Fleur Voice's blog post The looming gloom of Brexit and its potential impact on the horticulture industry  
"Where have you found this £200 billion price tag?
scaremonering like this really doesn't help"
14 hours ago
Richard Gadsby replied to Craig Davies's discussion Moving from IT to Gardening!
"On a more positive note I have a load of top end gear for sale (well sort of not really trying to sell but it's done nothing since winter service) I've given up due to personal reasons  it ended up being too much stress for me. don't let that put yo…"
16 hours ago
Richard Gadsby replied to Craig Davies's discussion Moving from IT to Gardening!
"Don't get split shafts! They vibrate like mad.......
other  than that all good advice"
16 hours ago
Etesia UK posted a blog post
Are you looking to drive your business to the next level? Find out how to become a non-exclusive Pellenc Alpha dealer and join the team.Pellenc are committed to their dedicated network of dealers. From hands-on product training with your Area Sales…
16 hours ago
scott whitelaw replied to scott whitelaw's discussion Which Hedge Trimmer
"Thanks for your help guys looks like the  Husqvarna 325 HE 3 is the machine Im after.
Fantastic.
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16 hours ago
Billybop replied to Chris Powell's discussion Battery Powered Strimmer, Husqvarna or Stihl...?
"hi maybe the husqvarna is quoting a run time with a different capacity battery to the stihl. it depends on how you are using the machine as well as run time on any given battery will vary depending on conditions, so it is hard to quote a definite fi…"
16 hours ago
PGM replied to Craig Davies's discussion Moving from IT to Gardening!
"That's when I left Logica too, I was based up in the Manchester branches working as a Payroll Consultant!! Small world hey 😉"
16 hours ago
PGM replied to scott whitelaw's discussion Which Hedge Trimmer
"My pal also uses the Stihl HS87 mentioned in the other posts and it is cracking, he's been really happy with it and has used it for a few years now. I personally currently use Echo and have both the HCS-3810ES and HCR-185ES which are both great mach…"
16 hours ago
PGM replied to Chris Powell's discussion Battery Powered Strimmer, Husqvarna or Stihl...?
"Hi Chris, I was recently in the same position as you and was weighing up between the two. Initially I was drawn to Husky but found some useful reviews online from a chap who had both. His initial reviews favoured the Husky machines but he updated hi…"
16 hours ago
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components coming from china

saw this morning that JCB are cutting the working week in the factory because of a shortage of components coming from china this may have a effect on garden machinery as in shortage of spare parts or even to buy new as a lot of the brands use…

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1 Reply · Reply by Gary 11 hours ago

Planting best practices

Hi all,hope your all well after the adverse weather we've had?. Ive a question im looking for some feedback on, which is 'what is the best practice for planting'. The actual issue is landscapers putting down eco matting after planting. I don't see…

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Organic lawn feeding

Good evening all, hope you are not all washed out !I'm going to see a new client who has a sizable pair of lawned areas which she would like me to take care of.  This is fine but she would like me to use an organic system to do this.  Does anyone…

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