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Local Garden

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This is one of the gardens I enjoy looking after:

Local Garden

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Grass Cutting in Rugby Warwickshire

We offer grass cutting in Rugby Warwickshire and Surrounding areas to both Residential and Domestic Customers. Give us a call and we’ll always reply promptly and provide you with a Free Quote. Please do not hesitate to call us if you have any questions or concerns regarding our Services.

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Happy Gardening

Terry – Grass Cutting Services in Rugby

Grass Cutting in Rugby Warks

03 April, 20:39, by admin

Our Grass Cutting Services in Rugby covers both Commercial and Domestic requirements. Give us a call and we’ll be more than happy to supply you with a Free Quote. We have been operating for over 22 years in the area so you can be sure you’ll receive a reliable, fast and efficient service.

Grass Cutting in Rugby Warks

Please do not hesitate to Contact Us if you have any questions regarding the services we offer.

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Our Gardening Services in Rugby

We have captured a quick Review of our Garden Services in Rugby and surrounding areas:

Please do not hesitate to give us a call with your Gardening questions and Concerns

Happy Gardening

Terry – 07931 949052

Fencing in Rugby

If you require fencing in Rugby or surrounding areas then please do not hesitate to Contact us. We’ll come out and give you a FREE QUOTE and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at our very competitive prices.

We pride ourselves on our quality of work and do our upmost to provide you with the best service possible.

Fencing in Rugby

We guarantee a fast and efficient service and you’ll be delighted with the results. We look forward to hearing from you soon

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All About Gardening

25 March, 18:59, by admin Tags: ,

Gardening is perhaps one of the best hobbies that a more laborious nature lover can take up. The reason why I choose to call this hobby laborious is because it surely does involve a good deal of physical activity. This hobby is not meant for those nature lovers who simply want to bask in the natural beauty that already exists. Rather it is an ideal pass time for those who want to make their own contribution to the nature.

In order to be successful in gardening one must have the following qualities: –

1.) Besides having a love for gardening you should also have the will and determination to pursue your hobby.

2.) You must be physically fit and agile. Laziness and gardening are anonymous to each other.

3.) Learn to exchange your ideas and information with like-minded people who can show an equal passion for gardening.

4.) Try laying your hands on almost any books, magazines or articles that can enhance your knowledge on gardening.

5.) Be prepared to invest a small amount of your earnings in purchasing the ìCanít do withoutî, gardening tools.

The world of gardening is wide and it has immense possibilities for those who want to explore it with the right zeal and enthusiasm. You can choose from indoor gardening, outdoor gardening, landscaping, cultivating exotic herbs, growing bonsais and thus the list is endless. However it is important to do a fair amount of research work before delving into any of the above fields. You should master up the art of choosing the right plants and also learn the techniques favorable for their productivity and growth.

Growing plants is not enough. Deciding where the plants should grow is also an important aspect of gardening. Nothing can be more distasteful than a garden which has color clashing flowers growing all around in a haphazardly manner. So be careful about allocating the plants their respective locations. Arrange the assortments of flowers in accordance with their heights, textures and colors so that they complement each other without diminishing the beauty of your garden.

Keep aside one day from the entire week to be your gardening day. Generally week -ends would be a good choice. On this day, equip your self with all the essential gardening tools and accessories and get down to your work. If you have children or friends who are equally interested in gardening call for their assistance. The more the merrier!

Once you are done for the day clean your tools well and store them in their right place. Be sure to maintain your gardening tools because well maintained tools can give you years of good performance. After all tools arenít something that you can afford to buy every week.

Whether you are an efficient gardener or not can be best proved by your garden itself. So stop twiddling your thumbs and put your green fingers to use. As far as gardening is concerned, if you have really put in hard work your efforts will never go futile.

Contact us at Gardening Services in Rugby

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Garden Maintenance in Rugby

25 March, 18:41, by admin Tags:

Looking for Garden Maintenance in Rugby – Be sure to give us a CALL or TEXT on 07931 949052 or CALL 01788 540263

We cover both Domestic and Commercial work – Grass Cutting, Clearances, Fencing, Fence Repairs, Tree Work, Hedge Trimming.

Our quality of work is carried out to very high standards. A beautiful garden is a work of heart and you can be sure you’ll be getting our all.

Give us a call for FREE QUOTE and we’ll give you a quote you within 24 hours or sooner if required.

All The Very Best

Terry – www.gardening-services-in-rugby.co.uk


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8 Tips To Get Your Kids Enjoy Home Gardening

25 March, 18:21, by admin Tags: , , ,

Dirt has always been one of the kids’ best toys, so home gardening could just be one fun activity for your children. Excite them by allowing them to pick whichever plant they want to grow. Here are some tips to help you make your little ones become enthusiastic with home gardening.

1. Choose the right plants

Kids will more likely choose plants and flowers with bright colors, so have a load of varieties of plants. Examples of bright flowers are zinnias and cosmos; these will keep your children fascinated. Don’t forget the sunflowers. Anything that is tall and fuzzy will surely overwhelm a kid. Make sure these plants will not cause any allergic reactions from your kid.

2. Starting seeds

Give your children the freedom to help you with the staring seeds. Some seeds might be too small for the tiny fingers, but their digits can be of help in covering them with dirt.

3. Home Gardening Memoir

To last the kids’ enthusiasm until the plants grow, make them create a home gardening journal. This activity will allow them to use their imagination to sketch on what the plants will be like and write down when they placed in the ground the seeds and when they first witnessed a sprout pushing up.

4. Make sure that the garden is somewhere very visible for the kids.

Before you start home gardening, pick a spot where the kids often play or walk by. Every time they see and pass by their garden, the more they will sight changes.

5. Dirt playing

Always remember that children are fond of playing with dirt or mud. They can help you ready the soil, even if what they are only doing is stomping on the clumps. To make home gardening with the kids more fun, you can provide them with kid-sized tools to make home gardening very engaging for them.

6. Your kids own the garden

A picture of each plant will enable the children to foresee what the flowers will look like. You can also put your child’s name on a placard, so everyone can see that it’s their garden.

7. Playing with the water

Playing with water is right up there with playing with dirt. Look for a small watering can that they can use to water their garden. You can show them how to let the water go right to the roots of the plants. Hoses want only trouble. They are simply formidable for little hands to control.

8. Kids commit mistakes

Adults, too, are sometimes impatient. Give the kids full control to their garden. If they create a mess, let it be, it’s their mess. Allow them to get pleasure from it and take dignity in their own piece of territory. Just don’t forget to tell them how to clean up that mess.

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Contact – Terry – 07931 949052 or 01788 540263


5 Tips For Planting Roses

14 March, 23:08, by admin

When spring is on its way and the ground is soft, it is the perfect time for planting roses. Roses have been a very popular bloom over the years, not only do they look good, but they smell wonderful too.

However, planting roses cannot be done just anywhere or in just any climate. They need special care and treatment. Here are some tips that you need to consider in order to successfully grow roses:

1. Roses require about 4 to 6 hours of sunlight everyday. It would be best to plant your roses in a clear area where there are not too many trees or other types of plants. The reason behind this is that the rose may lack sunlight exposure and the roots are also likely to become intertwined with the rose and throttle its growth. If you wish to replace an old rose bush, you should remove about 1 Ω cubic feet of the old soil and replace it with new soil so that the newly planted rose will have fresh soil to start with.

2. When thinking about the position of your roses you must consider the type of rose you are planting. Place ramblers and climbers along trellises, fences and next to pergolas or arches. This is important to consider because they need space to grow freely and these positions are perfect for bigger blooming roses.

3. Roses will look good in island beds which can be mixed with perennials. Smaller roses make great edging plants, which are perfect for combining in front of taller species. Dig a hole large enough for the size of the root ball, but remember to loosen the soil in the bottom of the hole. You can also add bone meal which acts as a slow acting resource of phosphorus. This will help establish a healthy root growth for your roses.

4. You should be careful when considering the planting depth as this depends on your climate. If you live in a cooler climate, plant roses deeper, but if you wish to plant in a pot, you must dig about 1 inch deeper than the usual potted level.

5. Make sure that you place roses in the hole carefully. The hole should be refilled with soil so that the roots are covered completely. Before you make the final covering, water the rose. Then mound the soil about 8 inches high around the base of the plant. The earth will keep the stems from drying out until the plant is completely rooted. As the leaves open, you can remove the excess soil that surrounds the plant.

These some important tips you need to consider when planting roses. It will be worth the effort, as your roses will bloom beautifully.

All The Best

If You Need Help Planting Your Roses in the Rugby Area, Give me a call –

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