Rotavators are powerful pieces of gardening machinery, used in gardens, allotments and fields, to breakup, churn and aerate the soil prior to planting or laying turf. Read our blog to find out how to use a rotavator properly and get the best results.
As the weather improves in March, there is work to be done. As spring approaches, it is the best time for mowing, aerating, scarifying, and reseeding your lawn. It is the best time to prepare your garden for the year ahead!
School's out for summer! Long days and warm nights only mean one thing - plenty of time in the garden. Make the most of one of the warmest months in the calendar with our helpful guide on Gardening Jobs To Do In August!
Is mowing your lawn just becoming that little bit too much hassle? Our guide will help you through all the steps of removing our old turf and replacing it with artificial turf, as well as some useful tips on the best tools for the job!
Its the time of year when one can expect to be spending more time than ever in your garden, either relaxing, entertaining friends and family or undertaking some of the outdoor jobs that have previously been stifled by the wet and windy winters!
Can you believe we’re halfway through the year already? June spells the (official) start of summer and it’s not just a time for ice creams and barbeques, but is a great chance to get green fingers in your garden!
New Year, New You – new garden?! The Christmas decorations will be coming down, you’ll be gathering together your resolutions and reflecting on the last twelve months. It might be a time for a new job or a new car but why not start early on renewing your garden ready for 2018! We take a look at some of the gardening jobs you can do this January!
With Christmas and New Year just round the corner, you will no doubt spend many an evening entertaining into the wee hours and welcoming people into your home who you may not have seen for the whole rest of the year – you know where this is going – don’t forget your garden! We take a look at some of the gardening jobs you can do in your garden this December in our latest blog!
Disposing of garden waste can be a long, arduous and often expensive process, due to the constant refilling and emptying of council green waste bins, arranging private disposal companies or manually disposing of it at local dumps – any way you look at it, it’s a bit of a pain! Why not reduce the hassle by making and using your own garden incinerator? This helpful guide will show you the way!
It’s November – and you can bet that the chill has well and truly set in as winter is just around the corner. However, it’d be a mistake to think that just because the weather is taking a turn your garden should be left to its own devices until the new year! We take a look at some of the gardening jobs to do in November.
It’s the month where the ghosts and ghouls of Halloween come out to play – but why let your garden become a horror show? We take a look at some of the best gardening jobs you can get done during the month of October!
September tends to spell an end to the long summer days and sees some slightly cooler weather coming through in the lead up to Autumn. It also means a quieter period on ornamental or flower-based gardens compared to those centred around growing fruit and veg, which will be almost ready to harvest and enjoy. We take a look at just some of the gardening jobs you might be able to enjoy in the month of September.
Clearing your garden is a job that can be done all year round whether it is cutting down old, unwanted or dead trees and bushes, cutting back branches and shrubs or repurposing your outdoor space to install raised beds, a pond or artificial turf. We take a look at the best ways of doing just that in our latest helpful blog!
The summer months offer the perfect opportunity to refresh the look of your garden fences, and get them prepared for the harsher weather later on in the year! This helpful guide will give you some useful tips on the best methods for painting your garden fences.
You don't need to spend hours digging away at a fence post to remove it from the ground. With our new fence post puller products for hire you can remove fence posts from the ground quickly and easily - in a matter of minutes!
Aerating your garden improves drainage and encourages healthy, thick grass growth. It is important to aerate your garden lawn at the right time of year to get the best results and prepare your garden for the seasons ahead!
Cleaning your patio doesn't need to be a difficult, arduous task. With some minor regular maintenance, you can keep your patio looking beautiful all summer, giving you the perfect place to spend those long summer evenings!
Get your garden ready for spring! As the days start to get a little longer, mornings get a little lighter and temperatures get just a little bit higher, it's time to start thinking about getting your garden ready for spring!
Weeds are the bane of any gardeners life. Whilst we covered the subject of dealing with lawn weeds in our Complete Guide to Spring Lawn Care, we think it's an issue worthy of its own blog post!
We are often asked: How do you get rid of weeds from your garden? Well, we believe that prevention is much better than cure.
Spring time is one of the most important points in the lawn care calendar, as many lawns can look a bit worn after the winter months, so proper spring lawn care is vital for bringing the lawn back to life in time for summer. If you neglect proper spring lawn care you could pay for it the rest of the year!
If you're considering installing a fence around your garden, wooden fence panels provide a cheaper, easier to construct and more aesthetically pleasing alternative to a brick wall. With the correct tools and equipment, erecting a fence can be a relatively simple task.
Achieving and maintaining the perfect lawn can be a long process requiring lots of patience. Though, with the great results that can be attained, it can be a very rewarding pursuit. There are various pieces of equipment for use on the lawn that can assist in achieving this goal of perfection.