The evenings are getting lighter. This is the time of year when we start looking eagerly for the first signs of spring, in anticipation of longer days and warmer weather. Now is the time to start your Spring garden preparation. Giving your re-awakening outdoor space some TLC now will pay dividends all summer long. This […]
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud FourSeasons contributed a whooping 5 entries.
Entries by FourSeasons
Grounds Maintenance – when it’s time to call in the professionals It is unfortunately all too common to hear of businesses experiencing sub-standard gardening services. Perhaps a gardener or contractor has failed to turn-up as promised or simply delivers a poor-quality result in their rush to get to the next customer. Whatever the problem, being […]
1. Winter maintenance pays dividends in Spring When autumn comes around, it’s tempting to put the external furniture in the store room and forget about the grounds until March. But some jobs are essential; leaves must be blown or raked off grass, or they’ll kill patches of the lawn. Paths need to be kept clear […]
As the winter evenings draw in, many avid gardeners are left twiddling their thumbs looking for something to do. However, this shouldn’t be the case. Although the flowers and fruits are gone from your garden, there is still a huge amount of work to be done. This is also one of the main seasons for […]
Japanese knotweed While quite an attractive plant, Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica) is one plant you’ll never wish to see in your garden. Its lush green foliage and bamboo-like stems shoot up overnight, and against fences and buildings, it can rise to over 7ft tall. However, left to its own deceives, Japanese Knotweed can cause serious […]