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December 5, 2017

It's actually freezing out there (at times), and will probably only get colder, so here's a practical list for the month.

  1. Maybe your garden shed needs a bit of a tidy up ready for next year. So wrap up warm, take a hot drink and venture out on a warmer day, to do a...

November 22, 2017

Plan B has been on a planting spree - 293 over 3 days across 2 sites. Admittedly, some were very small 2 litre pots, others though were 30 litre seven footers! Big or small though, they all need planting correctly so that they flourish and perform in their new home and...

November 7, 2017

1. The days of BBQ's and even catching a sneaky espresso outside in the garden, I'm afraid are probably now gone. November is a good time to pack away gazebos, BBQ's, chairs, tables and benches.This will help preserve and maintain them, maybe give you a chanc...

October 15, 2017

Ever had this feeling at work? I have many times but this time it was really necessary and very rewarding. Plan B had 60 or so 'field trees' to rejuvenate. All of these trees, planted some time ago, where struggling to establish themselves as they were restricted by su...

October 2, 2017

"A garden is the best alternative therapy"

Germaine Greer

After 30 years of working in the Health Service, many of these as a nurse, my philosophy behind Plan B Garden Design, is working with clients to enable them to make the best use of this free 'therapy'. Whilst I br...

October 2, 2017

1. Between the rainy days and if the ground is not too wet, October is generally the last month for cutting the grass. Raise the cutting height slightly on the mower and if you want healthier grass in 18, use a spring rake to take out moss and dead grass (some call it...

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