6 05, 2022

Fun In The Garden – Issue 47

May you have a great month! We absolutely love May here at Bushy - it’s busy but boy it’s beautiful in our gardens! Nature is simply bursting with energy, which transfers onto us humans. And with the lighter evenings we can enjoy more outside. So this issue is packed with vibrant colours,

4 03, 2022

Fun In The Garden – Issue 45

Make your garden March-nificent! Now that early spring has sprung it’s great to go outside and enjoy watching more of nature wake up. And it encourages us all to start putting our gardens in order! When considering plans, some people ask us how they can use their front garden for other purposes

10 01, 2022

Fun In The Garden – Issue 43

Fresh year, fresh start! We at Bushy hope you managed to enjoy the festive season despite the uncertainties posed by Covid-19. We’re looking forward to making 2022 a great year for your gardens, so let us know if you’d like to discuss ideas. We’re starting here with some thoughts on eco-friendly landscaping

16 11, 2021

Fun In The Garden – Issue 41

It's all about colours, textures and taste ... In the garden, every month brings its own treasure trove of delights and I particularly like all the different berries you see in November. That, together with the bronze, gold, ruby and ochre-coloured leaves of course. What’s your favourite part? We’re lucky to get

21 09, 2021

Fun In The Garden – Issue 39

Celebrate 25 years with us! ... If you’ve visited our website recently, you may have noticed the new logo (also here), proudly marking our 25th anniversary. Over the years we’ve had the absolute pleasure of working in some wonderful gardens, realising the dreams of many lovely customers, several of whom are long-standing

23 08, 2021

Fun In The Garden – Issue 38

Time to stop, imagine and enjoy! ... August always feels like it should be a time for stopping and enjoying the summer but this year, perhaps even more so. Gardens everywhere are proudly displaying the vibrant colours - and some of the delicious fruits - of gardeners’ labours. So we hope you

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