Spring has Sprung!

Well Spring has sprung and with it the days are warming up.

Below are a few recent photos of the gardens we planted up last November with Tulips and other spring bulbs. For those of you who didn’t plant last year maybe put it in your diaries to contact us in October.

Bulbs come in a multitude of colours, whether you like the contemporary black and whites or you prefer the more colourful splashes of colour, there is always a rainbow of colours to choose from.

A lot of you will be off somewhere for Easter to either enjoy the sun or take advantage of the last of the snow on the slopes over the Easter break. Wherever you are, we hope you’re having a great time!

We are busy getting gardens ready for what we hope will be a season of sun and fun in the garden just like we had last year. If you find your garden needs some attention to get it up to looking its best just let us know and we will see what we can do to help:

maintenance@hplandscapes.com

0207 731 3552

I look forward to seeing your beautiful gardens again soon, Anna

Between the Commons

Between the Commons

Beautiful Spring Tulips and Daffodils

Beautiful Spring Tulips and Daffodils

Barnes Beauties!

Barnes Beauties!

Crocus blooms in Balham

Crocus blooms in Balham

Spring is Coming

As the days are getting longer, you may find yourself rediscovering the space outside your kitchen window.  Sometimes brown, sometimes green and sometimes …. well, unorganised!  If you have not been out there much since long before Christmas the warm sunny days will encourage you back to enjoying the outside space once again.

It is time of the year to jet wash your patio, add mulch to borders and feed the plants for the upcoming season. Any fence /trellis/bench repairs are easily done on spring sunny days too.

If you happen to have Astroturf that works so well in the summer in a small city garden, perhaps consider giving it vacuum and jet wash to refresh it for warm spring days when the bbq can be lit up for the first time this year, perhaps even before the Easter weekend!

Also it is a great time to refresh your garden plants for the summer months and if you have planted Spring bulbs in autumn they should be beginning to show their shy heads, mulching and tiding the border around them will help to make the most of them.

And of course any roses, wisteria and fruit trees will benefit from a Spring prune too if it's not already been done.

 

If any of the above sounds good and applies to your garden, please feel free to contact our maintenance manager, Anna, for a quote.

Maintenance@hplandscapes.com