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Skimmia Japonica

Posted by Willy McTavish on 1 November 2017 | 2 Comments


 A few of the great quality plants we use on our projects


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Polytunnel

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Posted by Willy McTavish on 17 October 2017 | 6 Comments


 Making good use of our Polytunnel !!!


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Polytunnel

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Posted by Willy McTavish on 6 July 2017 | 0 Comments


">Here is our new Polytunnel !!!


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Bideford

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Posted by Willy McTavish on 20 December 2013 | 0 Comments

This new project is to create the show-home arena at Bideford. We start this project with our set of plans and a blank canvas (in other words a building site). This job entails the creation of the gardens to the rear of both the Stratford and the Oxford show homes, the front gardens, which is an open plan area, this will also be the front of the markting suite and finally the car parking area.


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Bridgewater

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Posted by Willy McTavish on 24 October 2013 | 0 Comments

This project was to plant and turf four gardens of various sizes from scratch.


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Tavistock, Shaded Garden

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Posted by Willy McTavish on 3 May 2013 | 1 Comments

We were asked by our clients for a solution to the problem they were having with a shaded area of their garden. This area had a shadow cast over it by the walls of the property, and due to the direction of the sun this garden lacked natural sunlight, this meant that the turf had not faired very well in these conditions.


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Tips for February

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Posted by Willy McTavish on 1 February 2013 | 0 Comments

Although the weather should be getting a little warmer now, we are still at risk from frosts and maybe even snow. Therefore you should continue to protect vulnerable plants by wrapping them with garden fleece.


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