At TBS we offer a broad range of gardening maintenance services and strive to meet the needs of all our customers. Our services include:
> Leaf Clearance
> Garden tidying
>Autumn lawn feeding
> Membrane and mulch laying
> Custom planters and raised beds including installation
> Hedge trimming (up to 12ft tall)
> Small tree removal
> Jet Wash Cleaning of Drives and Patios
> Lawn Mowing, scarification and edging
We will remove and legally dispose of cuttings, branches, weeds etc.
With over 30 years expereience, we pay special attention to the details of every project to ensure the complete satisfaction of each client. Our goal is to enhance the exterior of your home, raise your property value, and beautify your whole neighborhood.
We are fully DBS cleared for your peace of mind.
TBS Garden Services can help you get your garden ready for spring
To ensure a vibrant display next spring, dig up annuals and plant your beds with pansies, bellis daisies and wallflowers. Cut back faded perennials to 5 cm above ground level, but don't be too tidy – attractive seed heads are great for insects, look wonderful covered in autumn dew, and provide handsome winter silhouettes.
As the nights draw in, make the most of the available light by scrubbing shade paint from your greenhouse windows. This lets more of the sun’s rays through the glass, helping winter temperatures to climb that little bit higher, saving you money on heating.
Remove thatch and moss using a spring-tined rake.
Brush in a sandy top dressing afterwards, followed by an application of autumn lawn feed to prepare your lawn for the cold winter months.
Evergreens provide structure and interest during the drab months of winter.
Warm soil and cooler air temperatures make autumn the perfect time to fill gaps in your borders with evergreens
Decomposing leaves turn your pond water foul and block filters on pumps.
Remove any leaves that fall onto it and add them to your leaf mould bin or compost heap..
Once your borders are clean and tidy, spread a thick layer of compost, bark chips or well–rotted manure. Don't worry about digging it in – let the worms do the hard work for you.