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  • Get two Pear trees FREE

      A great Christmas present for your loved ones Suitable for almost any size of garden Get a pair of pear trees when you spend over £85 (inc VAT) and we'll give you 2 stakes and 2 ties free as well Offer is only valid while stocks last To get...
  • Draw to win a FREE Christmas Tree

    We recently ran a prize draw to win a free Christmas tree. The winner was Ruth Harries from Pontwelly in Wales, and we'll be delivering her Christmas tree in December. We wanted to offer the thousands of people that entered the chance to win another Christmas tree, here's how: All...
  • A Quick Guide to Redesigning your Garden

    At this time of year, when the leaves are falling and I’m starting to see the boney silhouettes of the trees in my garden, I admit to feeling a little sad – both at the loss of all that beautiful colour and the prospect of the long, rather drab months...
  • Best for birds

    In my mini London garden, I don’t see enough birds. There’s the occasional robin that hangs around, picking through the spoils when I’m out digging or weeding, especially at this time of year. There’s also a pair of blue tits that made a nest in next door’s chusan palm last...
  • Spectacular Spring Tulip Displays

    Nothing dispels November gloom better than planting tulip bulbs in anticipation of a spectacular display next spring. Whether your taste is for soft, hazy drifts or blazing, eye-catching blooms, with more than 3,000 varieties of tulip it’s possible to create shows and combinations of almost infinite variety, colour and form. ...
  • October ‘Could-do’ List

    October in the garden can be a beautiful month. So far it’s been a little on the damp side for a full-on abundance of loveliness, but nonetheless leaves are on the turn, late-season perennials such as asters, Japanese anemones, rudbeckias and echinaceas are in full flow (at their best backlit...
  • Heritage Fruit: History in the Garden

    Growing and harvesting fruit is one of the great joys of gardening. Nothing quite matches the luxury of eating warm raspberries and blueberries straight from the garden, picking the first rosy Worcester Pearmain  of the season in September, or finding the soft fuzz has rubbed off the quinces in mid-October...
  • Win A Free Christmas Tree Competition

    We're starting to think about Christmas, which is a while away, but we wanted to give our readers an opportunity to win a Christmas tree. All you need to do is email marketing@ashridgetrees.co.uk with the subject line: FREE CHRISTMAS TREE. The competition ends on 25th Oct 2019. You will be entered...
  • A Little Privacy 

    I’ve been working on an interesting garden design project recently. It’s a London garden overlooked by an imposing but handsome three-storey Victorian house. This is divided into three flats with a back garden carved into corresponding chunks; you walk through the first to get to the second (this is the...
  • On good form

    Peak planting time for shrubs and perennials is fast approaching, and early autumn is ideal for making changes to beds and borders, as you can easily remember, or even still see, where things haven’t worked, or where there are gaps that need filling with colour, foliage or form. Follow a...

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