On Sunday 30th September ‘Team Bushy’ took on the Nuts Challenge near Dorking, Surrey, this was a charity mud run in aid of www.perennial.org.uk . Perennial are the UK’s only charity dedicated to helping people who work in horticulture when times get tough, so they mean a lot to us. We have had employees
The teams recently undertook a full days Emergency First Aid training, passing with flying colours. Hopefully none of the team will have to do much more than remove a splinter or apply a plaster but its good to know that they can swing into action if the need arises.
David and I took some of the team to Sussex Prairies Garden near Henfield, West Sussex yesterday; if you haven’t been you are missing out. ‘Eight acres of naturalistically planted prairie garden containing over 50,000 plants of over a 1000 different varieties.’ It doesn’t disappoint! The garden is owned by Pauline and Paul who designed
It’s June, summer us upon us, the garden is full of colour and fragrance and there are no jobs to be done only tasks to be enjoyed. Let’s face it dead heading roses on a sunny evening is what gardening is all about, and you can probably stretch yourself a bit to pull the
Maintaining your lawn during this hot, dry weather Whilst we all enjoy a proper British summer our lawns tend to take a bit of a beating. Lots of extra use from the kids and dogs, the family BBQ’s along with no rain, means your lawn is having a hard time. But don’t go and reach