Tag: maintenance

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Oct

As farm wildlife is in decline and housing and industry swallow up more habitat, gardens are becoming more and more important for supporting the ecosystem. Here’s what you could do in your garden to help wildlife this autumn and winter.

22

Oct

Moss. Ireland is famous for it. Our mild, damp climate means that it grows brilliantly here. It grows in lawns, in cracks in the patio on the roof and in our gutters. You’ll be glad to know that in this blog, I’m not going to be talking about moss in lawns. Instead I’m going to[…]

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Aug

Lawn care is a funny thing. Just when you think you’ve cracked it, Mother Nature offers up a different challenge. In this blog we’re looking at toadstools in your lawn. Where they come from and how to treat them.

03

Jul

Northern Ireland has had a hosepipe ban put in place due to the drought. But what does that mean for your garden? We’re looking at how you can care for your lawn during a hosepipe ban.

21

Jun

Some diseases of grass can temporarily disfigure a lawn. In this blog we’re looking at what causes lawn diseases, how to discourage them and what to do if your lawn is affected.

12

Jun

Hedge cutting is a skilled job. Done well it can add kerb appeal to your home and garden. In this blog we look at hedge cutting, how it benefits the plants, the property and the environment. We also offer up some hints and tips on getting good results.

6

23

Oct

As farm wildlife is in decline and housing and industry swallow up more habitat, gardens are becoming more and more important for supporting the ecosystem. Here’s what you could do in your garden to help wildlife this autumn and winter.

22

Oct

Moss. Ireland is famous for it. Our mild, damp climate means that it grows brilliantly here. It grows in lawns, in cracks in the patio on the roof and in our gutters. You’ll be glad to know that in this blog, I’m not going to be talking about moss in lawns. Instead I’m going to[…]

08

Aug

Lawn care is a funny thing. Just when you think you’ve cracked it, Mother Nature offers up a different challenge. In this blog we’re looking at toadstools in your lawn. Where they come from and how to treat them.

03

Jul

Northern Ireland has had a hosepipe ban put in place due to the drought. But what does that mean for your garden? We’re looking at how you can care for your lawn during a hosepipe ban.

21

Jun

Some diseases of grass can temporarily disfigure a lawn. In this blog we’re looking at what causes lawn diseases, how to discourage them and what to do if your lawn is affected.

12

Jun

Hedge cutting is a skilled job. Done well it can add kerb appeal to your home and garden. In this blog we look at hedge cutting, how it benefits the plants, the property and the environment. We also offer up some hints and tips on getting good results.

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23

Oct

As farm wildlife is in decline and housing and industry swallow up more habitat, gardens are becoming more and more important for supporting the ecosystem. Here’s what you could do in your garden to help wildlife this autumn and winter.

22

Oct

Moss. Ireland is famous for it. Our mild, damp climate means that it grows brilliantly here. It grows in lawns, in cracks in the patio on the roof and in our gutters. You’ll be glad to know that in this blog, I’m not going to be talking about moss in lawns. Instead I’m going to[…]

08

Aug

Lawn care is a funny thing. Just when you think you’ve cracked it, Mother Nature offers up a different challenge. In this blog we’re looking at toadstools in your lawn. Where they come from and how to treat them.

03

Jul

Northern Ireland has had a hosepipe ban put in place due to the drought. But what does that mean for your garden? We’re looking at how you can care for your lawn during a hosepipe ban.

21

Jun

Some diseases of grass can temporarily disfigure a lawn. In this blog we’re looking at what causes lawn diseases, how to discourage them and what to do if your lawn is affected.

12

Jun

Hedge cutting is a skilled job. Done well it can add kerb appeal to your home and garden. In this blog we look at hedge cutting, how it benefits the plants, the property and the environment. We also offer up some hints and tips on getting good results.