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The Twelve Days of Hedging

6 December 2018 No comments

Twelve Days of Hedging

A year in the life of your newly-planted hedgerow brings seasonal changes in foliage, flower, berry and the insects and animals that visit for shelter, food and sustenance. With a little festive spirit, we've summarised your trees and hedging journey this year into...The 12 Days of Hedging!

A brief history of hedgerows

16 October 2018 No comments

From Bronze Age farmers clearing woodland for fields, leaving woody strips as boundaries, to the creation of enriched natural wildlife corridors around new residential and commercial developments in the 21st Century, there's no denying - the humble hedgerow is an integral part of the UK countryside. And nothing beats seeing that familiar checkerboard pattern from the air when you fly back in from your holidays, does it?!

Grown in Britain 2018 : Celebrate trees, forests and planting

13 September 2018 No comments

Grown in BritainWhere will YOU be between 8-14 October 2018? We'll be firmly behind the Grown in Britain celebrations, encouraging tree planting, forest walks and celebrations of the Great British woodland, timber and forestry industries.

This year (like every other) we'll be heralding the growing, sourcing and planting of trees and hedging from British reputable growers and suppliers. It's just as important a consideration for your own gardens as it is for forestry, woodland, farming and landowners.

Reducing heat stress in your plants this Summer

13 August 2018 No comments

We don’t need to tell you. It’s been HOT. Great for lounging in the garden, days out and enjoying the UK countryside. Not so great for your plants, trees, hedging, borders and pots. Even if you’ve stuck to a really strict daily watering regime, plants can continue to suffer heat stress – but there are some things you can do to help give them the best chance of protection through even the hottest days.

Watering your new plants in a dry summer: The best start

9 July 2018 No comments

We've a sprinkling of old school (and new) ideas to help give your new plants the best start in life over this dry Summer we’re experiencing. With hosepipe bans looming over us, we need to get creative with our water to help our new plants and keep those established favourites flourishing, too.

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