Posts Tagged ‘Hedge Planting’

What really determines the bare root season?

Throughout the horticultural and landscaping industry, we’re always referring to the “bare root season” – that hive of activity in growing and planting that starts in late Autumn and finishes in the Spring – anywhere between November to late April. But what really is the “bare root season”?

Meet the team: Keiron Proctor, Nursery Foreman

As part of a new feature, we thought we’d open our doors and let you meet our team here at Treesandhedging.co.uk.  We will be publishing a little staff profile on each of our team so you know who’s who and can find out a little more about how we do what we do! First to pick up […]

The perfect plants for coastal areas

Your trees and hedging plants survive a myriad of hardships thrown at them by our UK weather conditions.  But, when planting in coastal areas, you have a whole host of other considerations to expect, too.  Don’t be put off though, we’ve got the perfect plants to help!

6 tips to ensure your new plants establish, thrive and flourish

The new planting season is in full throes and whether you’ve received your plants or are thinking about ordering, you might want to run through a little Tree Care Checklist in preparation.   Here are 6 tips to ensure your plants establish, thrive and flourish.

Jobs for the month: June 2013

June is a lovely time in the garden – for most of us, it’s when our gardens look their best. The vegetable plot is bursting at the seams with good things to eat, roses are in full bloom and the flower borders are a mass of colour. All this lush beauty means that there’s still […]