Letters from the garden
Easter is here already, well from the start we have had I hope the weather holds up for this weekend so everybody can enjoy the spoils of the garden and everything associated with it.
We are as busy as ever but always willing to help those that need a spring start up, especially with the lawns and new planting. The cutting is going well and the team is enjoying the season so far lots of variety this year with vegetable beds as well as flowerbeds, topiary abound and garden clearance, we are definitely being kept alert.
Jobs to be done, potting up pots and baskets, getting the small vegetable plants in there new beds, or is still too frosty for some, this can always be done when the coast is clear with slightly larger plants. We are always on hand if ever this is required. We have had quote a few requests for planting up this season already so it’s definitely a regular slot now.
Mow ‘n’ Blow have been surprised at how much roof and patio cleaning working has come the way of the Landscapes division, and I think they are a dab hand at raised beds at the moment, combining the 2 teams together when planting is needed.
Well I hope you enjoy the Daffodils and the Easter eggs, we will be planting a wildflower meadow so I will let you know how it goes and if we survive it.
If you need any garden services please do not hesitate to call Mow ‘n’ Blow
Bulb watch: An abundance, if they haven’t surfaced yet blame the squirrels!
Christian Dupont has been involved in horticulture for over two decades now, lives near Alton with his wife. She is also a fully trained gardener and horticulturalist. Both are keen photographers as well as accomplished Horticulturalists. some articles are from the Life Mags but mainly for the Herald newspaper, bi-weekly column in the local business