Spring is here and your garden will be looking its best during the following months. It’s a great time to get busy in the garden and as always there is much to do - plant, fertilise, water, mulch and weed.
On this residential property, we removed the turf and some existing pavers and replaced with modern pavers and mondo grass. Below are the before and after photos followed by another photo taken approximately 18 months later
Early August is rose pruning time. Roses need to be pruned into an open vase shape - this allows for good air circulation and sunlight. Start by removing damaged limbs, dead wood, leaders and limbs that are growing inside the
Roses are available from your local garden centre, so buy now to ensure a wide variety. Roses should be planted with the root stock union just above soil level. Make sure you have a wide hole so that the roots