No Mow May

Making your garden a more wildlife-friendly and ecologically diverse place, simply by doing nothing is a pretty appealing prospect. But that is what “No Mow May” offers. May is a time of abundant growth. Your grass will be growing rapidly along with wildflowers. These flowers are an important source of nectar for bees, who are, … Read more

Garden Jobs for April

Your lawn has been sleeping peacefully all winter and is now starting to wake up. The grass grows with extra vigour in the spring and that’s a good time to think about repairs. If your lawn is suffering from bald patches, moss or damaged, now is the time to re-seed or do patch repairs. Doing … Read more

Garden Tips For July

The summer is the time that all the hard work pays off and the garden can be enjoyed. But if your fingers are itching, here are a few things to watch out for. Some perennials will be fading now, so feel free to cut back and keep things looking fresh. Any deadheads can be removed. … Read more

Felling A Large Tree

Taking down a large tree in a confined space like a garden, takes real care and attention. Just cutting it off at the base and letting it fall will cause a lot of damage. The professional approach is to take down the tree, one section at a time. First the branches come off, then the … Read more

Garden Tips For March

March is here, heralding the welcome start to spring. The more frequent sunny days now provide us happy gardeners with the opportunity to undertake an increased range of gardening tasks.There’s lots to be done and time to get busy, here are a few helpful tips to get you started: If your soil is workable, fertilise … Read more

Formal Hedge Trimming

Twice a year Greyhound visit a historic estate in Kent to carry out a major hedge trimming project. As the hedges are a critical part of the formal layout of the gardens, this job requires great accuracy. It is important that this sort of project is approached with the right resources. Greyhound are fully equipped … Read more

15 – 21 June 2015

Rain on Tuesday, then changing to showers on Wednesday. Fine days on Thursday and Friday before rain at the weekend. Gardeners World suggest you pay particular attention to your lawn at the moment. The long, light days, warmth and frequent showers provide ideal conditions for grass growth and you will find that the lawn needs … Read more

8 – 14th June

The weather this week starts off well, turning to rain on Thursday. The Gardeners World website suggests this is a good week to create a hanging basket. Roses and lawns need especial care this month according to Which magazine. This is a good month for shearing, pinching or pruning Junipers, Cypress or Conifers, says The … Read more

Lightning Damage

Yesterday’s storms were spectacular. They also badly damaged this 150 year old Oak tree in Crawley. Mid Sussex Times If you find yourself with damaged trees after a storm, please call us. We understand the need for urgent attention and we will get there as soon as possible. A word of warning. A fallen tree … Read more

Tree surgery in Burgess Hill & Horsted Keynes

We reduced this group of extremly large Oak and Hornbeam mix for a customer in Burgess Hill, they were concerned about the spread of the trees dominating the garden and also alleviating some of the lateral weight on the large Oak due to a included union. Tree surgery in Burgess Hill Before The branches and … Read more