Where is the time going! I’ve been keeping under the radar for a few weeks to recharge the batteries and have everything ready for the busy season ahead but we really did start the New Year at full throttle and the mild weather has meant that the gardens are all springing into life already.
As I walk through my own garden I see my snowdrops are all nodding their heads gracefully, we have daffodils and tulips planted along the lane on the lead up to the nursery and they are all ahead of schedule with the milder weather too. My garden greets me every day with the scent of my Read More
Its the time of year when things start slowing down after the rush of the bare-root season kicks off in November, hence I’ve been somewhat quiet over the last month, but this year is not giving us a minute. We are still so very busy on the nursery and we not only are booked up until Christmas week, planting and delivering trees and hedging we have bookings for January through to March next year keep us busy right into the New Year which after the weather ups and downs of the year is a great way to finish off the year.
We Read More
We all know how much trees can improve the look of our environment, especially in more urban areas with a wide range of environmental, social and economic benefits. Trees in urban parks have been found to improve physical and mental health, improve aesthetics and environmental quality which has got to be a good thing for all of us.
Planting large and mature trees just speeds up that process, absolutely it is easier and always cheaper to plants smaller trees and we do have lots of options from 6-7ft tall (young trees) but the beauty of a more mature tree is that it has instant appeal, it makes a statement. Depending on Read More