August Colour

Posted by on 31 July 2017

*Fuchsia  (hardy)* No other shrub gives more colour and satisfaction than the Hardy Fuchsia. Masses of pendulous earing type flowers July through to October. Prefers a sunny position, but will tolerate semi-shade. Average height to 1.5m. Prune hard every March to encourage strong new flowering shoots. Megalanica and Ricartonii are the hardiest.

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Jumping for joy July

Posted by on 3 July 2017

*Buddleia (Butterfly Bush)*

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Revamp Your Play Area

Posted by on 3 July 2017

* melcourt play bark *

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May Blossom

Posted by on 11 May 2017

Your monthly selection of beautiful plants available from Woodgrow.

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Showers of Colour This April

Posted by on 28 March 2017

Busy, busy, busy time in the garden and thoughts of the colours and schemes for your outdoor space are beckoning. Here are a few plants of interest for April colour.

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Full of the joys of Spring!

Posted by on 13 March 2017

The winter dormancy is over and the plants in your garden are awakening to more sunshine and warmer daytime temperatures. Below are some shrubs that flower in March, giving your garden a head start for colour and vital food (pollen) for those active bees and insects.

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Brushcutters & Hedge Trimmers

Posted by on 15 May 2015

Woodgrow are authorised stockists of Maruyama Brushcutters and hedge trimmers. With grass and vegetation now growing very fast there is no better time to invest in new,  high quality equipment.

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Rhododendrons & Azaleas

Posted by Martin Woodhouse on 14 May 2015

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May is the time of year when Rhododendrons & Azaleas are in flower; you may well have noticed them as you drive around at this time of year.

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Raised Garden Beds

Posted by Martin Woodhouse on 20 January 2015

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Spring is only just around the corner and many gardeners will be thinking about the season ahead. Raised beds are becoming very popular as gardens are getting smaller. Without compromising patio and seating areas, raised beds are a convenient way of segregating the garden. Managing raised beds is easier too as there is less bending...

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Bark for muching and play areas

Posted by Martin Woodhouse on 8 January 2015

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Now is the time of year to be thinking about mulching the garden; mulching will suppress weeds and conserve moisture. Mulching with ornamental bark will also give an attractive finish. Mulching at this time of year is particularly important if spring flowering bulbs or herbaceous perennials have been planted; it’s much easier to mulch before...

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