07 Nov

Decking Decisions: Composite vs wood

You’ve made the decision that you’d like to have decking installed in your garden, but which type of decking do you go for?

Here we explore the differences between wood and composite materials available for your decking project.

Image – Left: Composite decking / Right: Wooden decking

Composite decking

What is it you ask? Well, it’s a man-made fibre, a combination of plastic and wood designed to be some of the things that wooden decking isn’t. Created to be longer lasting, less slippery (they say non-slip, but if you are a bit accident prone anything can happen) and low maintenance, ready to go – no painting required.

Composite decking – the lowdown…

  • It’s a long term investment, may be more costly initially but the next point will demonstrate a benefit of that
  • Low maintenance – no time or cost of painting, oiling, replacing any rotten bits which is all the more possible with wood, which requires much more of your time and attention.
  • Composite decking providers tell us is far superior when it comes to UV fading.
  • Often made from recycled wood and plastic fibres
  • Available in a wide range of colours
  • Less slippery than a wooden deck (more child friendly)
  • Less cleaning maintenance required – depending on the product and location (e.g. beneath a tree where birds sit) it is possible to give the composite decking anything from an annual wash to 3-4 times with soapy water or specialist decking cleaner (check guidance on the chosen product).
  • Consider which option you choose in terms of strength – composite is not always as structurally strong as wooden decking, but there are options for overcoming this depending on your choice of composite board, to the support built underneath.
  • Less prone to damage from pests and insects
  • Lends itself better than wood to curved areas, great in the case of bending and shaping
  • Composite decking isn’t recyclable at the end of it’s life (yet)
  • Cannot change the colour/paint it
Image – A Tame Your Garden composite decking installation

Let’s look at wooden decking

  • Lower initial material cost
  • Traditional and natural look and feel
  • Completely recyclable should you ever change your mind
  • You can choose colour and change your mind later just with a flick of a paint brush.
  • Easier to find in stock than composite
  • Rotting, algae and splinters are possible over time – although good maintenance should limit these
  • Warping wood is always a risk, but can be replaced in sections (keep leftover paint/stain for matching) 
  • The risk of nibbling from pests, pets and insects
  • There are of course different types of wood, much the same as there are different types of composite decking, as with the composite some of these factors depend on what you go for.
Image – A Tame Your Garden wooden decking installation

What next?

We have weighed up some of the pros and cons of composite decking and traditional wooden decking, but ultimately it comes down to what you will like the look of when you’re sat outside, what will compliment your garden and who lives in your house. If you have little people, pets, a very busy working family life which doesn’t allow for a lot of garden maintenance and you know you won’t keep on top of maintaining the wood (when is the last time you painted your fence?) could composite be the right choice for you?

Image – Top: Composite decking / Bottom: Wooden decking (both Tame Your Garden installations)

Are you on the composite fence?

Have a look at some samples, try to see them in the flesh rather than choosing based on colours and textures you can see online.

We regularly install both, and in our own gardens at home we all have different types of decking material, so if you need to know more get in touch, take a look at our Facebook and Instagram photos for decking installation inspiration.

Who are we?

At Tame Your Garden we offer regular visits, or one-offs from tidy ups to tree work, to get you started in Spring, or if you have moved into a new property which needs a bit of work! We work with homeowners, tenants, landlords, estate agents, letting agents and business owners, on courtyards to car parks and front gardens to sports grounds, GP surgeries to schools. We have been up and running as a family gardening business for 7 years, prior to this having worked as part of the Frosts installation team, contracts with Parks Trust and voluntarily looking after churchyards! 

Find out more about us.

Check out photos of our gardening work and customer reviews on our Facebook Page.

Image – Tame Your Garden decking installations in Milton Keynes
28 Aug

September Jobs for the Gardener

Oh the rain! We had the heatwave and now we have daily downpours. Great news for the grass and the hedges!

We have been business as usual turfing, planting, mowing, weeding, hedge cutting, taking care of tree surgery jobs and new for this year we have added decking to our offering. We have installed some great decks across MK for people to sip on their ice cold Prosecco on a sunny summer’s evening.

The school holidays are about to end and the evenings are starting to creep in that little bit earlier, but there is still plenty to do in the garden…

Taking care of the lawn

Now is the perfect time to get new turf down and if the weather stays like it is, you won’t have to water it everyday.

If your lawn is a little bit patchy (or like us you bought one of those Swedish logs and scorched the grass) it is the perfect time for seeding or patching things up with sections of turf.

Making the most of what’s left of Summer

Keep on top of the dead heading to get the most from your perennials, if you get it just right they will keep on giving you more flowers.

Dead head your hanging baskets and pots too, keep them fed and watered and get the best you can from them before the colour disappears into Autumn.

Plant something new!

Plant some pansies and wallflowers ready for next year, you won’t regret it!

Pick up foxgloves, forget-me-nots and sweet williams for the garden, for a bit of colour in late Spring.

Now is the time to plant your bulbs. Remember early last year when you were admiring other people’s daffodils and tulips? Be prepared, get your bulbs in the ground before we see the freezing temperatures.

Go for a low maintenance garden

Any time of the year is great for gravel, if you’d like to stop mowing that tiny square at the front of your house, or you’d like to get rid of the hedge which hangs over the driveway just to make sure you get extra wet in the rain before you get in the car, we can replace it with some nice slate.

What do we do?

At Tame Your Garden we offer regular visits, or one-offs from tidy ups to tree surgery. We work on courtyards to car parks, estates to sports grounds, communal gardens to private family gardens, dental surgeries to schools and children’s nurseries.

A local, family business

We have been up and running as a family business for 7 years in Milton Keynes. No big chains here, we work with local, small suppliers where we can to source plants, turf, gravel and so on, and to service our tools and equipment. We work with other local MK based businesses to collaborate on projects, whether that is local letting agents and landlords to builders and estate managers.

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Part of the community

As part of giving back, we look after a local churchyard to keep it regularly maintained. Our chosen charity for 2020 is Milton Keynes based children’s charity Toybox.

Get in touch today for a quote for your garden, we operate between Buckingham and Milton Keynes, out to Cranfield, Bedford and Leighton Buzzard. You can give us a call, send an email or DM us on social media. We always quote based on taking a look at the individual job that needs doing and do not offer an hourly rate.

Tame Your Garden - Areas we cover

Find out more about us, you can take a look photos of our work and customer reviews on our Facebook Page.

28 Jun

The July Gardening Checklist

Although July and August are the time you want to be able to just sit back and enjoy the sunshine, it is still a great time for garden tidy ups, tree surgery, hedge cutting, lawn mowing, turfing, decking and fencing…

Jobs for the July gardener:

  1. Keep mowing to keep your lawn looking nice, don’t be tempted to let it go bonkers, keeping the lawn maintained will ensure a better texture for the long term.
  1. Dead head summer bedding plants/perennials – to get more flowers next season including sweetpeas and roses.
  1. Trim box and privet hedges.
  1. Prune wisteria – not as easy as it looks, call us if you’d like us to take charge!
  1. Keep watering when the sun isn’t out!
  1. Think about what you’d like to see next year in your flower beds – get ahead with your autumn planting plans ready for spring and summer flowering bulbs.

So what’s new with us? 

We have a professional Tree Surgeon/Arborist with all the relevant training including all the tree climbing skills and ropes, who has joined the team due to the number of enquiries about tree work, so we can now take care of your tree surgery related needs with our tree surgery expert on board. For each tree we remove, we ensure that a new one is planted with Replant Amazon.

Tree Surgeon – Milton Keynes

In addition to this we now have a professional and fully experienced carpenter who has joined the team to take the lead on decking, fencing and all other wood related jobs following many years of working for home building companies, check out our Instagram highlights for some or our recent work.

Decking – Milton Keynes

Get in touch today for a quote for your garden, we operate between Buckingham and Milton Keynes, out to Cranfield, Bedford and Leighton Buzzard, and all the little villages inbetween.

Save our bees – plant bee friendly flowers

At Tame Your Garden we offer regular visits, or one-offs from tidy ups to tree work, to get you started in Spring, or if you have moved into a new property which needs a bit of work! We work with homeowners, tenants, landlords, estate agents, letting agents and business owners, on courtyards to car parks and front gardens to sports grounds, GP surgeries to schools. We have been up and running as a family gardening business for 7 years, prior to this having worked as part of the Frosts installation team, contracts with Parks Trust and voluntarily looking after churchyards! 

Find out more about us.

Check out photos of our gardening work and customer reviews on our Facebook Page.

01 Jun

Jobs for the gardener in June

Welcome to June everyone!

We have been busy mowing, decking, turfing, planting, pruning and all the exciting stuff that comes with Spring gardening!

June means we are 6 months into the year already and we are rapidly approaching the summer season: 20th June is officially the first day, but the weather we have been having has been brilliant and we have all been able to enjoy the BBQ, paddling pool and sunshine in our back gardens.

Your garden is quite possibly in its prime at the moment, if it’s not or you have gaps between your greenery, make a mental note of all the amazing flowers that you can see in bloom which you wish you had planted…alliums are still popping up and peonies are looking lovely, then make plans for your gardening ready for June 2021.

Tips for June gardening as it is at the moment…

WATER!!!!! Water the lovely plants you have bought and planted in beds, pots or planters or they will shrivel up and probably die because it has been really dry weather. Also water any turf that you have put down, growing grass is thirsty work.

Watch out for pests nibbling at your plants.

Pinch out the tips of fuchsias to get more flowers.

Dead head roses and pin back the trailing roses so the beautiful flowers don’t droop.

Dead head dahlias.

Keep on top of the weeding in your flower beds.

Keep on top of unruly hedges.

Prune wisteria.

Feed the lawn – when rain appears back on the forecast.

Tree surgery work. There are still lots of baby birds living in trees, so no tree work until they have flown the nest! One particular client was worried there might be a nest up in some trees that needed reducing, so we suggested sending a drone up there to check before disrupting the wildlife. 

At Tame Your Garden we offer regular visits, or one-offs from tidy ups to tree work, to get you started in Spring, or if you have moved into a new property which needs a bit of work! We work with homeowners, tenants, landlords, estate agents, letting agents and business owners, on courtyards to car parks and front gardens to sports grounds, GP surgeries to schools. We have been up and running as a family business for 7 years, prior to this having worked as part of the Frosts installation team, contracts with Parks Trust and voluntarily looking after churchyards! We now have a professional Tree Surgeon/Arborist as part of the team.

Get in touch today for a quote for your garden, we operate between Buckingham and Milton Keynes, out to Cranfield, Bedford and Leighton Buzzard.

Find out more about us.

Check out photos of our work and customer reviews on our Facebook Page.

20 Apr

Tree Care: Is Ash Dieback in your garden?

Have you seen anything that looks a bit like this in your garden? If it’s a yes, we’re afraid it’s bad news. What you see here is called Ash Dieback, a fungus which can sadly affect any ash trees of any age, younger trees being worse affected.

If you have spotted this in your garden it is important to take action. The experts tell us thay Ash Dieback will kill up to 95% of ash trees across the UK. This is not only harmful to the ash trees themselves but threaten many species which rely on ash.

What are the signs?

🌳Leaves develop dark patches in the summer.
🌳Leaves wilt &discolour to black
🌳Leaves may shed early
🌳Dieback of the shoots and leaves is visible in the summer.
🌳Lesions where branches meet the trunk (often diamond-shaped and dark brown?
🌳 Inner bark can appear brown/grey beneath lesions.
🌳New growth further down the trunk, a common response to stress in trees.

What should you do about it?

Talk to a professional arborist/tree surgeon. Tree surgeons aren’t just all about chopping down trees, but understanding the health of trees.

Weakened trees
Lesions often associated with Ash Deiback can weaken trees and make them more prone to falling. Where this could pose a safety hazard, e.g. next to a road, footpath/walkway or overhanging a driveway etc, trees should be managed carefully, and where necessary be pruned or felled.

Dead trees
Prone to fall or collapse, dead trees mean dead branches which are likely to break and fall. As above, felling should be considered to avoid damage and safety issues.

Reducing the spread of the disease
Clearing fallen leaves may disrupt the fungus’s life cycle and slow down the impact of Ash Dieback. Burn, bury or compost the leaves.

Uninfected ash trees
Don’t fell or reduce uninfected ash trees as a precautionary measure.

📷 Kew Gardens
INFO: BBC & Arborist Association

At Tame Your Garden we offer regular visits, or one-offs from tidy ups to tree work, to get you started in Spring, or if you have moved into a new property which needs a bit of work! We work with homeowners, tenants, landlords, estate agents, letting agents and business owners, on courtyards to car parks and front gardens to sports grounds, GP surgeries to schools. We have been up and running as a family business for 7 years, prior to this having worked as part of the Frosts installation team, contracts with Parks Trust and voluntarily looking after churchyards! We now have a professional Tree Surgeon/Arborist as part of the team to take care of tree pruning/trimming, tree reduction, tree removal and pollarding.

For every tree that we remove, we plant a new one with Replant Amazon.

Get in touch today for a quote for your garden, we operate between Buckingham and Milton Keynes, out to Cranfield, Bedford and Leighton Buzzard.

Find out more about us.

Check out photos of our work and customer reviews on our Facebook Page.


20 Apr

Gardening in May: The to-do list

May is here! Two more bank holiday weekends!

It’s been a weird Spring so far with the UK in lockdown. You’ll see from our social pages we have been out and about as much as we can, where we can keep to social distancing regulations, access gardens safely and help to make everyone’s gardens a lovely space to be in this weather, when it is a family’s safe space. There was also a notice issued to discourage DIY and home gardening because of the number of injuries leading to A&E whilst the NHS is under such a huge amount of strain, so please be careful!

If you are at home and gardening safely here are a few ideas for you. Otherwise we are here if you need us, as always book ahead as this is our busiest time of the year.

If you are in need of plants, compost and other supplies, there are local nurseries offering delivery and/or collection.

The independents : Lakers (Winslow), Twigs (Buckingham), Buckingham Garden Centre are all offering services via email or call back, check their Facebook pages for updates. We have also been sharing details of national delivery companies so that you can get your gardens looking lovely, on our Facebook page. The DIY stores are not currently offering plants or fence panels as part of their collection offering, but you can of course sometimes pick up plants in or outside the supermarkets whilst you are there.

So, May in the garden…

  1. The perfect time for hanging baskets! Buy them, build them, they certainly brighten up a brick wall! If you have no baskets – improvise!


  2. Sow your veggies out, watch out for any late frosts, we have been fortunate with some very sunny weather lately so hopefully we have seen the back of frost, but be careful.


  3. Fertilise roses and shrubs and place straw around your strawberries (if you can get some).


  4. A great task for lockdown: paint your fence and shed. 

Paint can be ordered via click and collect or from online stores like Amazon (don’t forget to use Amazon Smile, that’s where Amazon donates to charity when you place an order – same log in, same products, just choose your favourite charity, ours this year is the Toybox Charity).

5. The grass is growing, keep the lawn looking luscious by mowing weekly if you can.

6. Treat the lawn with a fertiliser.

7. Get on top of the weeding, especially as the spring bulbs are fading away, remove the dead petals at the same time.

8. Sow seeds – poppies and wildflowers.

9. Bedding plants work everywhere, perfect for beds, planters, window boxes, bicycles and hanging baskets.

10. The slugs and snails are coming, be prepared! 

Long may the sunshine continue! If you need our help with regular garden maintenance, a one-off tidy up to get you started or a jet wash to blast away the dirt on your patio, get in touch for a quote.

At Tame Your Garden we offer regular visits, or one-offs from tidy ups to tree work, to get you started in Spring, or if you have moved into a new property which needs a bit of work! We work with homeowners, tenants, landlords, estate agents, letting agents and business owners, on courtyards to car parks and front gardens to sports grounds, GP surgeries to schools. We have been up and running as a family business for 7 years, prior to this having worked as part of the Frosts installation team, contracts with Parks Trust and voluntarily looking after churchyards! We now have a professional Tree Surgeon/Arborist as part of the team.

Get in touch today for a quote for your garden, we operate between Buckingham and Milton Keynes, out to Cranfield, Bedford and Leighton Buzzard.

Find out more about us.

Check out photos of our work and customer reviews on our Facebook Page.


27 Mar

April Jobs in the Garden!

Sunflower
Tame Your Garden – April Gardening Jobs

The sun is shining, it’s finally Spring and the bulbs are now blooming! Whilst your tulips, daffodils and crocuses are looking lovely, what’s next for the garden?

  1. Lawn care: It’s the perfect time for lawn treatment & grass seeding to sort out patchy lawns.
  2. Turfing: Make sure to keep the turf moist!
  3. Deadhead the bulbs as you go along.
  4. Prune raspberry canes.
  5. Prune hydrangeas.
  6. Prepare your strawberry beds!
  7. Sow sunflowers, sweet peas and marigolds.
  8. Tie up climbing roses whilst they are spiky and without flowers, before it becomes a real challenge to pin them back.
  9. Weeding: The plants are growing, and so are the weeds. Keep up with the wedding in beds and pathways, patios and driveways. We have a spray license, so if you are sick of wasting your money on weed killer that doesn’t work, get in touch and we will take care of it for you.
  10. Don’t forget about the houseplants: They will likely be getting thirstier as things warm up!

Whether you don’t have the time, the equipment or know-how to take care of your garden, get in touch. We offer regular visits and one-off visits to get you started. We offer gardening services from planting to pruning, tree surgery to grass cutting, hedge cutting to turfing and more.

About Tame Your Garden

At Tame Your Garden we offer regular visits, or one-offs from tidy ups to tree work, to get you started in Spring, or if you have moved into a new property which needs a bit of work! We work with homeowners, tenants, landlords, estate agents, letting agents and business owners, on courtyards to car parks and front gardens to sports grounds, GP surgeries to schools. 

We have been up and running as a family business for 7 years, prior to this having worked as part of the Frosts installation team, contracts with Parks Trust and Green Thumb to voluntarily looking after churchyards and church carparks.

Get in touch today for a quote for your garden, we operate between Buckingham and Milton Keynes, out to Cranfield, Bedford and Leighton Buzzard.

Find out more about us here.

Check out our Facebook page for a portfolio of our work and customer reviews.

02 Mar

Spring is in the air March gardeners!

March is here! Spring is coming! The daffodils are blooming, the crocuses are shooting up and the tulips are about to open… we love this time of year at Tame Your Garden. The mower is back out for the regular garden maintenance customers of Milton Keynes! The first cut is never the easiest, so if your grass is getting out of hand in the sunshine after all that rain, make sure you get the grass cut. 

What jobs are your garden ready for you to tackle?

The Pots

Take a look at the pot plants you have had tucked away from the frost and make sure they aren’t too thirsty, our geraniums are starting to flower!

The Roses

Prune your rose bushes, we have had a few flowers on ours, which got blown away in storm whatever its name was, so no time like the present whether they are bushes or climbers, to get the roses bushes ship shape. If you are serious about your roses, treat them to some mulch or manure on top of the soil.

Tame Your Garden Grass Cutting

The Lawn

If you are going to tackle the first cut, make sure you have the blade on a high setting, for the sake of your mower, your lawn and your back.

The Buddleia

Dust off the secateurs or loppers, depending on how thick your buddleia branches are to prune. The next prime opportunity for pruning buddleia is May.

Dahlia - Jason Leung

The Bulbs

The daffs, crocuses and tulips might be looking lovely, but they won’t be there forever s get your summer bulbs planted. Some of the spring for summer planting options include: lilies, dahlias, gladiolus, all beautiful brights!

The Pests

Slugs and snails will be on the prowl to eat up your lovely garden as temperatures in the garden warm up, keep a lookout and choose how you plan to keep these beasties away from your plants.

The Veggie Patch

What can you sow in March? Here are just a few ideas…

Broan beans

Celery

Coriander

Dill

Lettuce

Peas

Early potatoes (most prefer April be careful which you plant)

Onions and spring onions

Radish

Spinach

Turnip

Rainbow - Harald Arlander

If you haven’t got time to take care of it, but you love to enjoy your garden on the weekends get in touch. Much like a cleaner we can pop round when you are out and ‘viola!’ you come home to a perfectly tended garden. We usually suggest bi-weekly gardening visits, depending on the time of year and weather conditions. As a gardening company we quote on seeing the garden, we like to check out how to access the garden and see its current state which allows us to provide you with a quote specific to the needs of your garden. 

At Tame Your Garden we offer regular visits, or one-offs from tidy ups to tree work, to get you started in Spring, or if you have moved into a new property which needs a bit of work! We work with homeowners, tenants, landlords, estate agents, letting agents and business owners, on courtyards to car parks and front gardens to sports grounds, GP surgeries to schools. We have been up and running as a family business for 7 years this month, prior to this having worked as part of the Frosts installation team, contracts with Parks Trust and voluntarily looking after churchyards!

Get in touch today for a quote for your garden, we operate between Buckingham and Milton Keynes, out to Cranfield, Bedford and Leighton Buzzard.

Find out more about us.

Check out photos of our work and customer reviews on our Facebook Page.
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22 Sep

September Gardening Jobs

We have had a busy summer keeping the gardens of Milton Keynes in perfect shape for BBQ’s and hot tub parties, but the garden maintenance doesn’t stop here. Now is the time to care of those other jobs in the garden and get planning for 2020.

Spring bloom

Although it’s September, it’s time to start thinking about your Spring garden. Now is the perfect time to plant spring flowering bulbs including crocus, daffodils and hyacinths. Get planting before the frost comes!

Tips when buying bulbs:

  • Plant them within a week of buying them
  • Look for bulbs that are firm and not shrivelled and soft
  • Don’t buy bulbs with signs of mould on
  • They say the bigger the bulb, the ore they will flower
  • Don’t buy bulbs where you can already see a shoot

Common mistakes when planting bulbs:

  • Planting them the wrong way up, if in doubt plan them on their side
  • Planting too deep or not deep enough
  • Check the label for sunlight needs of your bulbs, most love sunshine as opposed to being planted under a tree
  • Planting bulbs too close together
  • Avoid planting them if the ground is really hard and dry
  • Don’t overwater the bulbs
  • Plant tulips later (November)

Get the last from your summer garden

Deadhead perennials, roses and dahlias to keep the flowers coming for as long as possible. Once rambling and climbing roses have finished it’s time to prune them.

Fruity gardens

It’s time to pick apples and blackberries! Clear up around the strawberry plants, remove straw etc to avoid making a nice home for pests! Remove any rotten fruit from raspberry bushes, strawberry plants and pears, apples, plums etc left on trees otherwise your risk disease. Cut back raspberry canes.

Autumn lawn care

Look after your lawn by clearing up fallen fruit and fallen leaves. Now is the perfect time for turfing.

Tree planting

If you have been planning to plant shrubs and trees, we are coming up to the best time of the year to do it.

Hedges

Get on top of your hedges whilst the birds aren’t nesting in there with their eggs.

About Tame Your Garden

Tame Your Garden provides garden maintenance services to domestic homes to commercial industrial estate properties to dental surgeries and more. We offer everything from hedge cutting and turfing, to laying gravel, tidying up neglected gardens, grass cutting and more, on a one-off or regular basis to keep your garden looking it’s best.

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19 Jul

Taking care of your turf


We have been laying a lot of turf lately, so thought it might be useful to share some important aftercare with you. We will supply you with good quality turf, prepare the ground and lay the turf, but the job doesn’t end there. These new rolls of turf need extra tlc until they have settled in. If you don’t take good care of the turf after it has been laid it might shrink, it may even die.


You must give your turf the best chance, especially when it has been a dry spell.

  1. Water the turf regularly, you must not let it dry
  2. Keep off the grass! Don’t walk on it, park your car on it, put the kids slide on it for now
  3. Don’t get the mower out too soon! Let it settle and grow
  4. When you do start to mow, take it easy, mow slowly, on a high cut in dry weather
  5. Tidy up and leaves, sticks, rubbish or anything that drops onto your new lawn

Watering


Try to water your lawn at least twice a day (not in the burning hot sun!) a hose will make your life easier than trotting back and forth with a watering can. You need those grass roots to grow and get established in your garden.

Cutting the grass


They say that if you can pull a handful of grass and on;t see any movement in the turf, its ready to cut. Use your judgement, usually we’d expect it to take a couple of weeks or so.

Your lawn mower is of course an important factor in lawn care, (unless you have a gardener cutting it regularly) the blades must be sharp to give you a neat cut and not ripping at your lawn.

During colder months:


If you experience a frost on your newly turfed garden, be extra careful not to walk on it.

Keep the leaves off, the piles of soggy brown leaves will stunt the growth of your grass and might leave looking a bit patchy. Just like any plant life, grass needs sunlight and ventilation, a pile of old leaves can put your lawn at risk of disease.

About Tame Your Garden

Tame Your Garden provides garden maintenance services to domestic homes to commercial industrial estate properties to dental surgeries and more. We offer everything from hedge cutting and turfing, to laying gravel, tidying up neglected gardens, grass cutting and more, on a one-off or regular basis to keep your garden looking it’s best.

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