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How To Move A Shrub

  • Published on: 18 September 2019
  • By: Office Department

It's inevitable that some shrubs, for whatever reason, will need to be relocated in your garden. And there is no better time to do this than in the autumn.

They may have outgrown the space where they were initally planted, you may have re-designed the garden and they now just don't 'fit in', or you may finally admit that the shrub was planted in the wrong place. 

When To Re-locate A Shrub

Autumn is the ideal time of the year to move a shrub, but don't forget that this will cause stress especially to older specimens and should be attempted only if necessary.

Buy An Acer And Gain A Canopy Of Colour

  • Published on: 18 September 2019
  • By: Office Department

The acer family has always been renowned for providing some of the great classical trees found in British Arboretums. 

Go to Westonbirt Arboretum in Gloucestershire and make straight for the Acer Glade. The effect is dramatic. Seeing such an impressive collection of autumn colouring acers will indelibly stamp a picture in your memory that will remain forever.

Pyracantha A Plant For All Seasons

  • Published on: 18 September 2019
  • By: Office Department

As we enter late autumn and into winter there's not too much colour left in the garden but there is one plant (the Pyracantha) that is a particular favourite of David Hall, whose red, yellow or orange berries stand out from the monochrome garden landscape.

The Pyracantha is an evergreen, versatile and a wonderful shrub to have in your garden at this time of the year.

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