We specialise in wildlife gardening and provide a maintenance service using organic principles and products to help gardens flourish naturally. The range of services below is a summary of what we can do but isn’t exhaustive (consultancy services can be found here). To discuss rates and availability, or if there is something you would like help with that is not listed here, please don’t hesitate to get in touch – we would love to hear from you.
- Lawn care
- Propagation and plant sourcing
- Planting and dividing
- Fruit tree pruning
- Pruning of roses, shrubs and climbers
- Mulching and feeding
- Hedge trimming
- Applying biological controls (e.g. nematodes)
- Creating wildlife habitats
- Sowing wildflower meadows
- Building wildlife ponds
- Planting native scrub and woodland
- Building composting systems and wormeries
- Installing bird and bat boxes, beetle banks and bug hotels
- Supplying organic composts, fertilisers and other garden products
How do you charge? We charge hourly for all maintenance and don’t take on contracted works. Gardens vary in how much maintenance is needed with the season, weather and daylight hours, so we adapt to your garden throughout the year. Please contact us to find out our rates.
Do you take waste? We don’t take waste away and don’t hold a waste carriers license. Generally, we rely on setting up a compost system and using council green waste bins for non-compostable materials. Woody waste can be shredded and autumn leaves collected to produce leaf mould where possible. We can bring in a skip for large amounts of waste.
Do you take on garden clearance jobs? No. Whilst we are happy to take on one-off maintenance jobs, we don’t do garden clearance work.
Are you landscapers or designers? We provide a maintenance and consultancy service, within which we can produce planting schemes suitable for your garden. However, we don’t take on hard landscaping work or produce detailed specifications and CAD based designs. To find a quality landscaper search the Association of Professional Landscapers and British Association of Landscape Industries websites. Professional garden designers can be found at the Society of Garden Designers.