Regular Garden Maintenance


1998 - present


Bristol, The Cotswolds, Chepstow, Wye Valley, Monmouthshire, North Somerset, South Gloucestershire


Garden Services

Creative Director

Gareth Edwards

Gareth, a member of both the Professional Gardeners Guild and The Gardeners Guild, & his dedicated team of experienced and skilled gardeners offer a complete garden maintenance and garden design service. With many years experience we can advise and carry out the best way to achieve the results you want in the garden.  Weeding borders, maintaining lawns, pruning roses, strimming meadows, training fruit trees, propagating plants or designing borders. Our garden services may be a simple regular grass cut or a full garden maintenance visit. We tailor our visits to both the demands of the garden and the client, recommending the best way to achieve specific goals. As a team we are enthusiastic about plants – filling the garden with a vibrant display, letting the plants we want fill up the borders, lawns and shrubberies.

Seasonal garden tasks are crucial to long term maintenance of your garden. Timing is everything with gardening. Whether pruning for flower, fruit or form. Mulching borders to stay in control of the summer weeds, feeding lawns, cutting wildflower meadows, pruning Wisteria, roses, fruit and flowering shrubs. Yew hedges in spring and Autumn. Stone fruit in summer, apples, pears, grapes – summer for fruit, winter for growth. Hay cuts for flowers or butterflies or winter habitat and food. An annual garden management and maintenance plan, a month by month commitment, regular visits or a seasonal one-off, we are passionate about creating gardens that are not only well maintained but beautiful places to be.

Although professionally licensed to use pesticides (PA1 & PA6), and do so in an environmentally responsible way, Gareth & his team are enthusiastic practitioners of organic gardening. The key is both removing opportunity, and creating competition for animals and plants you don’t want.

Avoid bare ground and pack the border full of plants that you want. Slugs? Dont plant French Marigold, Lupins or Delphiniums! (though established meadows of Lupin on old railway lines or churchyards give the lie to there susceptibility).

New plantings? Mulch the ground so summer weeding is made easy. Companion planting – works both ways with some species even influencing the vigour of Ground Elder & Bindweed.

Regular weeding. Sometimes there is no miracle cure other than little and often – keeping on top of weeds and diseases through regular cultural techniques (hands & knees).