2016

All posts from 2016

Looking After Garden Wildlife In Winter

on 29th November 2016 Comments Off on Looking After Garden Wildlife In Winter

A landscaped garden is not just a space built for your enjoyment, it is also an important habitat for many species of wildlife where the trees, structures and flowers form an eco-system that provides…

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Getting Your Garden Ready for Winter

on 28th November 2016 Comments Off on Getting Your Garden Ready for Winter

Winter is upon us. It’s the time of year for warm jumpers, fireplaces, and generally staying indoors. Unfortunately, your garden doesn’t have that luxury and has to brave the cold…

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Illuminate Your Garden

on 17th November 2016 Comments Off on Illuminate Your Garden

A newly landscaped garden is a pride and joy for many. Make sure you can enjoy yours all day, every day with strategically placed landscape lighting to illuminate key focal points…

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Spring Flowering Bulbs

on 28th October 2016 Comments Off on Spring Flowering Bulbs

Autumn is here. It’s getting cold, it’s getting dark. You can even be forgiven for thinking that your planting for next year can wait. But why wait when there are some fantastic spring flowering bulbs to get in now…

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Gardening Tips for September

on 20th September 2016 Comments Off on Gardening Tips for September

September is the month where the summer has officially started winding down, and there is definitely a feel of Autumn in the air. Days are shorter, the weather wetter…

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A Treehouse Adventure Playground

on 10th August 2016 Comments Off on A Treehouse Adventure Playground

Every so often, a really interesting project comes along, that we all fight over, and everyone wants to be involved in. Just recently, one of these projects came round…

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Gardening Tips For August

on 2nd August 2016 Comments Off on Gardening Tips For August

The last month of the Summer, August brings with it weather that can reach scorching heights with very little rainfall. Keeping your garden well watered is essential…

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Gardening Tips For July

on 25th July 2016 Comments Off on Gardening Tips For July

July is the warmest months of the year and a time when we get to see our garden at its very best. The flower borders are overflowing and vegetables and fruit starting to ripen nicely. However, with the heat comes a lack of water…

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Gardening Tips For June

on 14th June 2016 Comments Off on Gardening Tips For June

June is the time that the garden puts on its greatest show. Flower borders are full, lawns look healthy and fruit and vegetables are growing furiously. With the longest day ahead of us …

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How a Landscaped Garden Adds Value to Your Home

on 14th June 2016 Comments Off on How a Landscaped Garden Adds Value to Your Home

Landscaping your garden can transform it from a dreary dull space to a vibrant paradise. In fact, by giving your garden a well thought out makeover can actually improve the overall value of your house…

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Gardening Tips for May

on 31st May 2016 No comments

May is the month when the warmer weather hints at the Summer days ahead. Now is the time that gardens really spring into life, rewarding your for all those months of preparation. Spring flowers provide the first of …

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Planting Your Summer Pots – Part 2

on 10th May 2016 No comments

Once you have found the perfect pot and prepared it for planting, now the fun can start with picking the perfect plants you want to fill your garden with colour. Here you can create a variety of different sensations…

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Planting your Summer Pots – Part 1

on 26th April 2016 No comments

No matter how hard you work to fill every inch of your garden there always seem to be a few bare patches that could do with filling, or unsightly garden regulars such as compost bins or log piles that could do with hiding. This is where a carefully planted summer pot is perfect…

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Gardening Tips for April

on 13th April 2016 No comments

April brings longer, warmer, lighter days which shake off the dreariness of Winter with colourful Spring shows of daffodils and blossom. April showers and warmer weather are giving our gardens the kick start it needs…

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Gardening Tips for March

on 17th March 2016 No comments

March heralds the arrival of Spring, bringing with it fresh new shoots in the garden, noticeably longer days and hints of warmer weather. Traditionally a busy time of year for many gardeners, March is the time to start sowing seeds…

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A Child Friendly Garden in Windsor

on 17th March 2016 No comments

Thames Valley Landscapes were called on to create a child friendly garden in Windsor with new decking, summerhouse and turfed area, as well as renovating chequerboard paving in the front yard…

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Gardening Tips for February

on 18th February 2016 No comments

February is the month when we start to see the first signs of Spring. Daffodils and crocus are blooming and fresh tulip shoots are starting to show themselves. Days are getting longer and when the Sun is out it can reach some very pleasant temperatures…

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Gardening Tips for January

on 20th January 2016 No comments

Traditionally the coldest month of the year, January is a time to keep an eye on the garden to make sure plants and structures are protected from the weather. As well as keeping food and water for garden visitors clean, accessible and topped up regularly.

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Building a Lapa in Marlow

on 20th January 2016 No comments

Thames Valley Landscapes was recently commissioned to build a traditional Lapa on the banks of the Thames in Marlow. A structure popular in South Africa that traditionally consists of a thatched roof supported by wooden poles, for use as semi-open entertainment areas.

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