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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;
"At this time of year our gardens can look wonderful. Although it is not the right weather to be sitting in the garden, we can still enjoy it from the warmth of our homes,as Ed Fuller from Fullers Forestry and Landscaping explains"
"Remember, remember the garden in November"
"With the shorter days and wanting to stay inside more we can forget about the needs of our garden. While you may not be using the garden inn the same way as the summer months there is still lots to do"
"Putting in the planning"
"Last month Ed Fuller from Fullers Forestry and Landscaping explained about the cost of landscaping a garden, and how sometimes less is more. Autumn is always a good time to be thinking about and starting a garden project even if you are wanting to do it yourself"
The Guardian - Article “How much is that garden in the window”
Landscape Juice - Blog "What does landscaping cost?"
Lisa Cox Designs – Blog “Builder vs Landscaper are they really that different?
The Telegraph - Article "Planning a garden for a non-gardener"
The Independant - Article "What happens when a tree comes to the end of its life?
Things to do in the garden in December
•Keep checking that your greenhouse heaters are working and your winter protection structures are still securely in place. You can place cloches over tender plants to give them extra protection from frost.
•Make sure your pond does not freeze.
•Prune apple and pear trees
•Your leeks, parsnips, winter cabbages and sprouts should be ready for harvesting. However make sure they are stored away from mice.
•You can work off Christmas excesses by digging over bare areas of ground
•You may need to do one last collection of autumn leaves
•Keep your paths clean and remove moss and lichen.
•Treat timber sheds and fences with preservatives
•Wrap insulation around garden taps
•Prune tall bush roses, ornamental vines, deciduous hedges, trees and shrubs.
Have a look at Editorials that were published in Lincolnsire Pride Magazine
(July 2014 and June 2015)
We are now an 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 have recenlty won the Regional Award for the best
Fullers is proud to support Help Us Grieve (HUG). Each year instead of sending Christmas cards to our customers we donate money to this charity.
We also support HUG duing the year whenever possible. Visit thier site by
clicking the icon for more information and to make your own donations.
"Planning the perfect gardening"
"When it comes to transforming your garden, it's important bear budget in mind. But as Ed Fuller from Fullers Forestry and Landscaping explains there's a lot going on when it comes to budgeting"