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The above property is a single storey 1960's "bungalow" located down a side lane off Church Lane, Kirkella, East Yorkshire.
Originally an architect-designed building, the property is currently undergoing a major remodel and is being extended.
The finis
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As part of LONDON GARDEN DESIGN's services, David Beasley (t/a a design and build company) offers other garden designers, landscape contractors, garden product manufacturers and retailers the option of having their ideas/products drawn up in glorious

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If you are reading this Blog Post and are not a member of the Landscape Juice Network then you have no doubt arrived here by "Googling" for something like "Garden Design In Hull", "Landscape Designer In East Yorkshire", "Contemporary Exterior Designe
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Following on from my recent successful collaboration with Michael Thompson to produce a SketchUp model of his SID (Soil Improvement) to produce images for his Rammed Earth D.I.Y. Manual, I would like to make the following services available for Land

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Open forum activity

Graham Taylor replied to Susanne French's discussion Pruning by a BT cable
"Can't see what the problem was...................  you're not going to get electrocuted if you touch it.   Obviously, don't use a hedgecutter near them as its a right pain if you cut through the wires....... just use secateurs near the cables. "
1 hour ago
Fusion Media posted a blog post
A trio of Dennis PRO 34R rotary mowers have impressed Jim Dawson, Scottish Rugby’s Head Groundsman at BT Murrayfield, with him labelling them “supreme machines”.Having been a greenkeeper and a groundsman, the well-respected Jim Dawson has worked in…
2 hours ago
Susanne French posted a discussion
One of my customers has a rambling rose that now is touching overhead BT cables. The chap who has been doing their hedge trimming for years will not prune the rose due to it's proximity to the cables. Does anyone have any experience of working…
2 hours ago
Stephen r Brook-Smith replied to Mjc's discussion Etesia mower.
"I use a Stihl 7 series , great machine , heavy but holds its own in tough conditions , my etesia didn't leave a great finish "
22 hours ago
Sam Bainbridge replied to Mjc's discussion Etesia mower.
"hello any opinions on etesia pro53 or the Stihl of the same size"
22 hours ago
Sam Bainbridge replied to Buster Gibbons's discussion Mowing wet grass
"A bit off subject but I'm stuck between an etesia pro53 and a Stihl any opinions?"
22 hours ago
Ben Pritchard replied to Peter Davis's discussion Stihl Combi Carbon Extension
"Good luck sorting this out I think three of mine have done this over the years.
I totally cocked one of them up trying to take it apart, tried hairspray (used to work on my bike handle bar grips) and gorilla glue with no joy, and finally drilled…"
23 hours ago
Peter Davis replied to Peter Davis's discussion Stihl Combi Carbon Extension
"Stihl say that the carbon bonding has failed.  Has anyone else come across this ?"
yesterday
Fusion Media posted a blog post
From seed to nutrition – an ICL integrated turf management programme is helping Warrington Wolves modernise its grounds department.Before taking the position of Head of Grounds at Warrington Wolves Niall Hazlehurst had always been involved in…
yesterday
Peter Davis posted a discussion
I just went to use my carbon extension & the fittings, on each end, aren't in line. They are about 45 degrees out. Is this normal? Can you loosen the bolt & rotate it?Thanks. 
yesterday
Peter Cermak replied to John F's discussion Customer Cash Flow dilemma .
"2 things happened to me that still really make me so angry. The first only related to money and trust- I was selling a house I owned in France via an English estate agent who wrote for the Times and sun regularly and appeared on TV. Long story short…"
Tuesday
Lawncare-4u.co.uk commented on Fleur Voice's blog post STIHL GB Remembers Eva Mayr-Stihl
"Excellent business, kept me going for 20+ years in this industry."
Monday
Honey Badger replied to Peter sellers's discussion Planting spade
"The burgon and ball transplanting spade is the one for me, it's super strong.
I've had mine for about seven years and it probably see me out. I'm one of those thugs that snaps handles/ spade blades, breaks prongs of garden forks.
Ok it's not pointy.…"
Monday
Honey Badger replied to Peter sellers's discussion Planting spade
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Monday
Darren Walters replied to John F's discussion Customer Cash Flow dilemma .
"How is it panning out John?"
Monday
My Garden Design posted a blog post
I don't know about you, but I've been spending quite a few evenings outdoors lately - once the heat has gone out of the sun it's by far the most comfortable place to be.....I've even been tempted to sleep under the stars!Garden lighting has been a…
Monday
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PRO

Hose use

My fellow pro gardeners raised the question during a hose pipe ban Are we allowed to use domestic clients hoses as professionals carrying out our work to keep a planting job alive ? I understand nurseries garden centres etc can and via a standpipe u…

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