Letters from the garden
I can’t believe it’s nearly March, Spring time is here and lots of jobs are already being requested and winter work is continuing, planting new plants bringing colour and texture to many a garden, it will not be long before we are mowing again back into the swing of things at Mow ’n‘ Blow Garden Services.
Bulb Watch: so far we’ve had Snowdrops in abundance and quite a few early Daffodils as well, our little Tete a Tete are popping through already, what have you spotted?
We love this time of the year such a positive feeling to start the seasons off.
The Mow ‘n’ Blow Landscapes division is also back on board, already having done a French drain in January and new garden buildings which need bases all done while the snow came down at the beginning of February, but the work goes on, they have rebuilt compost areas and planters, still to come are roofs to clean and seal, fences to replace hedges and raised beds on allotments!! It’s a good job we have the experience we do have, everyone has their skills and they use them wisely which does make the Mow ‘n’ Blow Team very proud and we are all looking forward to the rest of the year with all the gardening and projects that come our way.
If there is anything you need from the mowing and blowing to the garden redesign or just a spruce up and brand new garden workshop to Ponds new or old, please give us a ring and we will help.
Don’t forget to look at the Websites, we are adding more and more to the Gallery for Mow ‘n’ Blow Landscapes, so please have a look, and if you need any gardening work please give us a call.
Look forward to hearing from you
Christian and Lynn Dupont
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