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Global Forum / Re: Little walnuts in my new garden
« Last post by Nabors Tree Service on Today at 07:49:04 AM »
I have to agree with the others that you need to do your research on walnuts. You don't want to end up harming your tree. Nabor's Tree Service Chattanooga
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West London / Re: Hammersmith/ Fulham
« Last post by frontrayseat on July 14, 2020, 12:42:59 AM »
Looove it! I had this idea when I was a kid, but my best friend and I never actually ended up doing anything. The area was already beautiful, but there were always some bare patches that could have used some prettying up. I had no idea there was even a site this big about this kinda stuff  :D
-Ray
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Edibles / Re: Guerrilla Gardening in and around UK Transport systems
« Last post by dajab on July 12, 2020, 06:13:59 PM »
Thanks a lot for this
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Global Forum / Re: Little walnuts in my new garden
« Last post by nafogi on July 10, 2020, 06:01:53 PM »
If you don't have the experience of gardening and pruning trees maybe you need to ask for speat help?
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Glasgow / Re: Is anything still going on in Glasgow
« Last post by AURORATP on July 08, 2020, 10:27:58 AM »
Hi there, just found out about guerrilla gardening, is anything still active in Glasgow area?

Hi, we have a "guerrila garden" opened for everyone in what used to be a council waste site in Maryhill Road called not the Dot to Dot Garden, its just passed Queens Cross, in front of the cross with Braeside road and we would love to expand guerrilla gardening through Glasgow, We've got the tools and plants... :)

The Woodland community garden has also been doing some around the woodlands area. If you add us on facebook, we try to meet weekly and try to post when we meet. :)
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Canada / Advice please!!
« Last post by Lead on July 07, 2020, 07:38:06 AM »
Hey folks,
I'm new to this forum, and it's great to see the broad range of expertise on display from members.
I hope you all staying safe at your home.
A professional landscaping service in Toronto was maintaining our lawn for the last couple of years. But now, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, they will resume their service only after a few months.
 We've some potential customers who visit our company frequently, so it's important to maintain the landscape regularly. Now I'm forced to hire another company as the place is getting overgrown.
I did a lot of online research and found a professional commercial landscaping company that provides emergency services during the pandemic period.
What are the safety measures that we should take before hiring such services?
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Melbourne / Re: Guerilla Gardening in Melbourne
« Last post by LaredoLawns on July 06, 2020, 01:48:45 PM »
Guerilla Gardening seems like a quite interesting topic.
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Global Forum / Re: Little walnuts in my new garden
« Last post by Ft Lauderdale Sprinkler on July 02, 2020, 06:30:32 PM »
I agree with the other posters that you should do some research on the walnuts. I would be hesitant to just start pruning without some prior knowledge or skill that may harm that tree.
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Global Forum / Re: Little walnuts in my new garden
« Last post by ahhousecleaning on July 01, 2020, 03:05:35 AM »
I would control the size of the walnut plants by pruning and follow guidelines suggested on the article you linked about pruning walnut trees.
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Global Forum / Re: Little walnuts in my new garden
« Last post by JamesP on June 30, 2020, 04:13:19 PM »
I agree with the above, I would consider setting weed barriers around them. They can separate normal plants or trees from grass, and allow people to strew whatever they want near the tree. I've found some good resources for finding the best barriers such as https://www.treeservicenorfolk.com and https://www.carmelintreeservice.com , where author explains everything about each model of weed barrier and how to maintain them.
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