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

A variety of jobs

A Willow that had grown out of shape and was dominating the light in a garden in Horsted Keynes. Before After This job was a front garden clearance in Crawley. The trees were seriously dominating the front garden and shading out the whole house of light. Before After- the customer was very happy with the … Read more

Large Ash tree fell-Burgess Hill

This tree had to come down as the customers insurance company deemed it to unsafe to stay. When we went to quote we realised why they had taken this decision with over half the trunk completely rotten and being able to put your whole leg about 2 foot down into the base of the tree. … Read more

Large decayed Ash dismantle

We had been watching this tree for several years and monitoring its condition due to colonisation of Honey fungus and¬†Perenniporia fraxinea but sadly the time had come for it to come down as the extent of the rot was too much and seriously compromised its stability. We sectionally dismantled the crown and burnt the branches … Read more

2013-2014-Storm & Emergency Work

We were kept incredibly busy during the recent storms of late last year and early this year providing emergency tree surgery for customers who had suffered storm damage. Here are a few photos of some of the work we carried out and an explanation of the works. This Western Red Cedar’s whole rootplate was lifting … Read more

Conifer fell- 1,000 yr old Church

This multi-stemmed conifer had declined rapidly over the past year and the Parish Council of Worth Church (Crawley) took the decision to fell the tree and called us in. The Church is 1,000 years old and a very special place for the public and church goers alike. ¬† ¬† The tree was a tricky dismantle, … Read more