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We offer a complete domestic and commercial maintenance and garden care programme, including lawn care and maintenance...

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Hard Landscaping

Our hard landscaping services include patios, paths, walkways, driveways, walls, render-work...

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Greensdale's Advice

September

Start tidying up for winter
September is a good time to start tidying up for winter. Debris such as plants that have died back can be picked up and disposed of. It's also a great month for collecting seeds. Condition your soil by digging it over and adding manure at the same time.

Hydrangeas
Cut back flowers of Hydrangeas by cutting back to a healthy pair of leaves.

Herbs
Plant thyme and rue, also sow the seeds of angelica and lovage in the garden.

Potted Azaleas
Your potted Azaleas will need to be brought indoors sometime this month ready for the winter.

Take cuttings
Take cuttings this month from: lavender, penstemons, heather, fuchsias, hydrangeas, rose, clematis, buddleia, alpines, ceanothus and bedding geraniums. To take cuttings pull with heels, remove the lower leaves and then place in compostoff side shoots.

We can help you not only with these tasks but also with all other gardening jobs you may have to undertake.

Please contact us for more details.

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