Parks & Gardens (page 1)

Etesia exceed at Glanusk

Harry Legge-Bourke, custodian, managing partner and trustee of the Glanusk Estate, believes that the Etesia Attila 98X ride-on brushcutter has exceeded...

in Parks & Gardens - 1 month ago

The 5 In 1 Multi Tool

STIGA is well known for the quality and reliability of its lawn mowers, front cut ride ons, lawn tractors and garden equipment and has been the name to...

in Parks & Gardens - on 20/1/19

Tree planting must double

Government advisers call for radical changes, including turning farmland into forests.

in Parks & Gardens - on 2/12/18

British parks need cash

Thousands of parks across Britain are in urgent need of investment to stop them falling into decline, a poll has found.

in Parks & Gardens - on 20/11/18

Bassett’s allsorts!

The multitasking that’s name of the game at Wakehurst, Kew’s southern stronghold, still allows the grounds management team to enjoy their favourite...

in Parks & Gardens - on 13/10/18

Creeping privatisation!

Proliferation of music festivals and other events across capital’s green spaces means disruption and restrictions to access for residents

in Parks & Gardens - on 4/9/18

The garden of delights...

A Mecca for garden lovers has been reborn as an international visitor destination set in a dazzling landscape of seasonal colour. Greg Rhodes meets the...

in Parks & Gardens - on 27/8/18

Deep aeration video

The concept of one metre deep aeration, to relieve compaction and improve drainage, really needs to be seen in action to appreciate the long-term...

in Parks & Gardens - on 1/8/18

Ransomes at the Palace

Blenheim Palace, located in Oxfordshire, and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, has taken delivery of a Ransomes MP495 cylinder mower to maintain...

in Parks & Gardens - on 18/7/18

Tranquility at Bodnant

John Rippin, head gardener at the stunning Bodnant Estate in North Wales, believes that his battery powered Airion hand blower from Pellenc is the perfect...

in Parks & Gardens - on 6/7/18

Parks generate £34bn

Parks and green spaces across the United Kingdom provide people with over £34 billion of wellbeing benefits, a new report from the charity Fields in Trust...

in Parks & Gardens - on 12/5/18

Biosecurity and Brexit

UK imports of live plants have increased by 71% since 1999. There are now more than 1,000 pests and diseases on the UK plant health risk register

in Parks & Gardens - on 8/5/18

Pride, but no prejudice

Thousands of romantics make the pilgrimage for the opportunity to worship at a National Trust ‘shrine’ renowned the world over. Greg Rhodes meets Gary...

in Parks & Gardens - on 26/2/18

Scotland’s Greenspace

The State of Scotland’s Greenspace report published by greenspace scotland today shows that Scotland can rightly claim to be a nation of green towns...

in Parks & Gardens - on 4/2/18

Stoke Park renovations

Work is underway on the third loop of nine holes at the prestigious and multi-award-winning Stoke Park Country Club & Hotel, in Buckinghamshire, to complete...

in Parks & Gardens - on 9/1/18

Horticultural excellence

Many have sung the praises of Britain’s most ancient herbaceous border. Greg Rhodes meets the team charged with keeping it, and the surrounding lavish...

in Parks & Gardens - on 11/12/17

Fields for allotments

A bitter row has erupted in a Lancashire village over plans to use a community field for allotments. Some residents in Heskin, near Chorley, are furious...

in Parks & Gardens - on 6/12/17

Stanley Park triumphs

Blackpool’s Stanley Park, has been voted by the public as the UK’s Best Park at the annual Fields in Trust Awards 2017.

in Parks & Gardens - on 5/12/17