Gardening company Dublin, Ireland right now? If you’re looking for a tree surgeon in Dublin, you’ve come to the right place. You’ve arrived to the correct location. Bulky Gardening provides a wide range of tree surgery services to clients around the area. The specialists will start at the top and work their way down, diminishing the size of the tree until they can reach the trunk. The arborists might then grind or level the stump that remains. Have you seen dead grass, moss, thatch, or construction debris in your yard, requiring lawn care? We’re going to resurrect it. Quick and economical. See additional details on https://bulkygardening.ie/tree-surgery/.
Although stumps can be left in the ground after a tree is cut down, the decision to do so might be difficult in some situations. Stumps are not only unsightly and may obstruct future landscaping improvements, but they may also sprout new shoots and transmit root illnesses such as honey fungus. It’s typically more cost-effective to pay a little more for stump removal at the same time that the tree is destroyed. Stump removal is complicated by the fact that stumps are sometimes huge and heavy, necessitating the use of specialised equipment and procedures. Bulky Gardening has four stump grinders, two of which are tracked for projects that require access across rugged terrain, and our smaller grinder is ideal for difficult-to-reach stumps with restricted access.
As the weather gets warmer and the days get longer, many gardeners will be busy sowing seeds and preparing flower borders and vegetable patches. March and April are good months to plant perennials, sow hardy annuals like marigolds and plant summer-flowering bulbs like lilies and gladioli. Once the soil is warm enough you can also begin sowing hardy vegetables. This could include broad beans, cabbages, carrots, radishes, lettuce, rocket and spinach. You can also plant potatoes and onions.
Will the tree or shrub “fit the place” when fully grown? It’s impossible to tell just by gazing around the room. In reality, you or someone else will need to carefully measure the area where the tree(s) will be planted to guarantee that it will be able to sustain the tree (s). Remember, it’s the size of the mature trees that counts. Is the tree likely to impede a view or light in the future, or is it likely to overhang (and so be a nuisance) to a neighbour? Trees also offer shade, which is one of the many reasons they add value to a property. However, while you may desire shade over the patio, you may not want the tree throwing shadows on your south-facing windows, which receive plenty of warm sunlight throughout the winter. Finally, avoid planting trees too near to the property line, since they may cause problems with your neighbours when they mature. Read even more information at https://bulkygardening.ie/.
By October the garden is looking autumnal, and the weather is capricious. One day it’s an Indian summer and the next day frost. In 2019, the north of England had its first frost on the night of 1st/2nd October, so it is easy to be caught out. If Autumn is mild, veg plants will continue cropping. The image left, taken in October, is of a second crop of Broad beans – how to achieve a late crop of Broad beans. Before frosts bite bring under glass, all half-hardy plants which have had a summer outing, tender herbs, Chilli plants, Pelargoniums, citrus fruits, olive trees, and any tender exotics.