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We are the Garden Expert for the Lincolnshire Today magazine. We started writing a monthly editorial for them in February 2014 and we try to provide as much advice, knowledge and information as possible. To view our recent editorials use the links below;
"Getting the perfect patio"
"With spring in full bloom you may be starting to look forwrad to sittingout in the gaden, to enjoy the longer evenings and watch your garden come to life. This is when the humble patio area comes into its own. If you are thinking about creating a patio area or upgrading your existng one there are a few things you may need to consider, as Ed Fuller from Fullers Forestry and Landscaping explains"
"Garden in full spring"
"It's a wonderful time of year, with spring on its way and summer just around the corner, and now the time that people turn their attention to their garden. Unsure where to start? Don't worry Ed Fuller from Fullers Forestry and Landscaping gives you everything you need to know"
"The next big thing"
"So 2018 is underway and there are always new trends and fashions for gardens and
this year is no exception as Ed Fuller from Fullers Forestry and Landscaping explains"
The Guardian - Article “How much is that garden in the window”
Landscape Juice - Blog "What does
Lisa Cox Designs – Blog “Builder vs
The Telegraph - Article "Planning a garden
The Independant - Article "What happens when a tree comes to the end of its life?
Things to do in the garden in
•Watch out for last frosts and protect tender plants
•Earth up potatoes, and plant any still remaining
•Plant out summer bedding at the end of the month (unless it is still cold)
•Open greenhouse vents and doors on warm days
•Feed pond fish regularly
•Clip hedges but check for nesting birds first.
•Lift and divide overcrowded clumps of daffodils and other spring-flowering bulbs
•Start planting vegetables for a harvest this year such as asparagus, rhubarb, carrots, cauliflowers, artichokes, brassicas and courgettes.
•Continue to apply and refresh mulches to discourage weeds and conserve moisture.
"There are so many benefit to adding a water feature to your garden, as Ed Fuller from Fullers Forestry and Landscaping explains"
Have a look at our Editorials that were published in Lincolnsire Pride Magazine
(July 2014 and June 2015)
We approved contractor for Marshalls. They consider us to be have a high quality of workmanship and meet the high standards in landscaping that is expceted by Marshalls to be a registered installers. This means that we can also provide a 10 year guarantee on all Marshall products that we use. Have a look at their website for more information
We also won a East Midlands Regional award as the best newcomer.
"Making a statement"