Landscaping and Maintenance Service
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We hope you can find everything you need. Green Gardens is focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction - we will always do our very to meet your expectations!
Green Gardens specialise in Garden Maintenance, Landscaping, Fencing, Turfing and Tree Care contracts, we have two branches situated in Byfleet and Petworth where our head office is based, we serve domestic, commercial and public properties of all sizes. We pride ourselves on being reliable, hardworking and producing high quality work at a competitive price. All this has helped us to provide you, our customers, with an outstanding service.
With two separate branches Green Gardens currently cover most of Surrey and parts of Hampshire, West Sussex, Berkshire, Middlesex and South West London. If you find yourself wondering whether we cover your area, don't delay get in touch! The chances are we probably do!
Green Gardens give free no obligation quotations, we are fully insured and we operate all year round. We have smart sign written vans, with a smart, uniformed and dedicated work force. Green Gardens have acquired a wide range of professional tools since our establishment in 2004 and we only use the best tools from the best manufacturers.
Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us.
We hope to see you again! Check back later for new updates to our website. There's much more to come!
Thanks for visiting,
The Green Gardens Team!
Eggciting Easter Ideas!
Looking for something more exciting than a classic Easter egg hunt? Country Living have come up with some wonderful ideas sure to keep your little ones busy!
Start a new family Easter tradition with one of these best Easter egg hunt ideas. You'll have plenty of reasons to create some cute Easter basket ideas for your little ones to fill up with all the eggs that they've found while patrolling your backyard. Although egg hunts are always fun, sometimes kids are upset when they happen too fast, because everyone makes a mad dash for the eggs—and that's where these ideas come in handy. Whether you opt for a scavenger hunt, a preschooler-friendly counting game, or a hunt protected with coded clues, when paired with some fun Easter games, these egg hunt ideas will be a hit with kids of all ages. There are also some great ideas for candy-free hunts, whether you choose to swap treats for trinkets or "coupons" that kids can redeem for things like staying up 15 minutes after bedtime.
Any of these activities are sure to be a hit as part of your Easter party ideas. Kids will have a great time searching for eggs while parents will love seeing the joy on their kids' faces when they return with their bounty, thanks to these creative Easter egg hunt ideas.
Unfortunately for tradesmen the advice given over the past week as to whether we should remain open or not has been somewhat unclear.
Some have the impression that we as gardeners should be at work as we cannot work from home and we are in the fresh air etc, and others have the view that we should not be at work as it is not an essential service that we are providing, giving tradesmen a somewhat difficult and individual decision to make.
For us the decision was not an easy one by any measure but it was a clear one, our priorities remain with our staff, our customers, our country and our NHS service, we as a company employ staff with health conditions and others with household members that are placed in the high risk category.
We are unable to send teams of employees out to work and expect them to respect the governments 2 metre social distancing recommendation when in a vehicle or small garden together.
This coupled with putting several vans on the road just isn’t the kind of pressure our NHS needs right now.
Green Gardens will be reviewing our decision to remain closed daily, based on updated official covid-19 information, not based on companies alike choosing to remain open or other related pressures.
So for now we will remain closed and “let the gardens grow” as it were. Fear not, when we do return to work we will be allocating extra time to catch up with spring!
Thank you again for all of your support,
The Green Gardens Team.
Save Our Bees!
Bees visit flowers to collect nectar and pollen, which they use as food for themselves and the larvae in their hives or nests. By moving from flower to flower, they are vital pollinators of many garden and wild flowers. Insect pollination is essential for the cropping of most fruits and some vegetables.
The Blooms for Bees project is a citizen science project to promote and improve gardening for bumblebees. Help explore which bumblebee species visit gardens and allotments, and discover which flowers are bumblebee favourites. The project is HLF funded project led by Coventry University, with the RHS, Bumblebee Conservation Trust and Garden Organic as partners.
For more information on how to encourage bees and other pollinators into your garden click the link Below!