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  • Exciting job opportunity for people with learning disabilities

    Would you like to work at Grounds & Gardens? Grounds & Gardens are looking to hire some new horticultural workers. We’re looking for people with learning disabilities or autism to come and work with us, and we’ll give you support …

  • Gardening tips March, 2017

    As the weather starts to get warmer it’s important to protect plants and newly emerging shoots from pests such as slugs. This can be achieved by two different methods; chemical and non-chemical. Non-chemical methods of slug control Beneficial nematode (such …

  • Gardening tips, February 2017

    Spring is just around the corner and there are plenty of things you can be doing in the garden in readiness: Chit seed potatoes ready for planting (allow them to start sprouting shoots to give them a head start when …

  • Gardening tips, January 2017

    January, the wolf-month1 (according to the old Saxon tribe), now rolls into our daily lives making its presence known through low temperatures and dismal weather. Along with preparing for this in general, we must help and guide our gardens through …

  • A productive and fruitful year at Grounds & Gardens

    The main grass cutting season has come to an end and although we’re still very busy and in demand with numerous jobs, it’s also time to reflect upon the growing success of the project and our full order books. Long …

  • Exciting developments for our North Somerset team

    New vehicle Our North Somerset team is very excited to have taken delivery of a brand new, long wheelbase Renault Master. The new vehicle has been specially adapted to carry larger equipment such as a ride-on mower, and larger wide-cut mowers, which will …

  • Gardening tips, May 2016

    Summer is well and truly on its way but be watchful and keep an eye on the weather forecast; the occasional frost can still occur at this time of year. Don’t plant out tender bedding plants until the middle of …

  • Gardening tips, April 2016

    Spring has sprung! Here are some things you can be doing in your garden during April. Keep weeds under control by hand weeding or herbicide. It’s advisable to hand weed early season as the weed growth will not be as …