Landscaping company announce an increase in sales of Fake or Artificial grass

Artificial Grass

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Artificial Grass supplied and installed by TVG Landscaping, installers of quality landscaping, garden design and artificial grass, using Namgrass UK products, are pleased to announce sales for 2015 looks to be promising after a great start to the year.

Closely working with our designer, Harsha Desai of HRD Designs in Sussex Hampshire and Surrey, the partnership has proven to be professional and exciting as more and more leads are turning into live projects, especially with Artificial Grass.

Artificial Grass is one area of interest that has surprised the company so far in 2012 is the high increase in sales for artificial grasses, or fake grass in Sussex. Especially so with the dry seasons we are having and the hose pipe ban soon to be in place due to the drought.

If you are a busy family or work too hard and want a garden to relax in, throw away the lawn mower and let us install artificial grass, so you’ll have nice weed free, short, green lawns for ever!

TVG Landscaping has a wealth of experience in Landscaping services and includes commercial grounds care and commercial landscaping but are also heavily experienced in the domestic landscaping, garden design, build, installation and maintenance experience across the South of England, covering London, Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire and Kent.

To find out whether TVG Landscaping can design, install and build a quality professional garden for you with Artificial grass or not, or for general landscaping services with excellent customer service and a build quality to rival the Chelsea best; call for a FREE consultation:
Fill out our Artificial Grass contact form for us to call you. Chris Thornton: 07795255523

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Summer Garden Maintenance

Summer garden maintenance – What to do:

Garden neglect Summer Sussex

The British summer is not always kind to the garden, and extra care needs to be taken to ensure it is kept looking good and full of interest throughout the warmer months whatever the weather.  To complete the look of your garden and enjoy the space you have toiled so hard to create you will need some garden furniture to relax in after the hard work is finished.

Which plants to use

For a late-summer flowering garden, dahlias are a great choice.  They are easy to grow and will create a wide spread of flowers when they bloom, lasting for months.  If possible, dedicate an entire area to dahlias.

If you want to add a bit of height to your beds, plant verbena bonariensis.  It grows tall and looks very elegant, especially mixed with Gaura linheimeri.  It flowers from August to October.

Hydrangeas provide a rich and full addition to the garden, with their large mop-heads of dark red, which deepen to a plum or purple colour through the season.  The leaves of hydrangeas are also tinged with red, this too deepening with the passing of the months.  These easy to grow plants are also available in other flower colours.

A good choice with additional environmental benefits is Echinacea.  They are very fashionable at the moment, and come in a lot of new and different colours.  They will flower in late summer and last through the autumn.  They are also full of nectar and pollen, thereby encouraging the poor suffering bees to visit your garden.

Feeding your garden

It is essential that once the garden has been planted it is kept watered if there is little or no rain.  Too little water and the plants will not be able to survive.  Too much water, and the plants can rot or become prone to disease.

As a rule of thumb, if the soil is dry to around half an inch down, then water is needed.  Watering once a week should be sufficient if temperatures are in the mid-20s Celsius.  For temperatures higher than this, it might be as often as every other day.  Aim a watering can or hose to the base of the plants, although if it is exceptionally hot, a light sprinkling over the leaves will do no harm.  The optimum time for watering the garden is in the morning, the worst late at night, however, it is always best to water at whatever time you can manage, rather than not at all.


Of course, pretty plants alone will not make the garden attractive.  Weeds are going to pop up between the plants and these will need to be pulled out regularly.  If left, they will use up the resources the plants need to survive.  Safe chemical weed killers are easy to apply and take the hard work out of weeding.

The lawn will probably need mowing on a weekly basis and try to keep the height of the grass to about 1 inch.  In very hot weather, it is advisable to reduce the amount of mowing and allow it to grow a little more, to avoid over-stressing the grass.  It will also need to be watered, in just the same way and just as regularly as the other plants.

For extra advice call Chris Thornton: 07795255523

Worthing, Sussex Landscaping – Design, Build & Maintain

Fencing & Gate repairs & Installation

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Fence repairs Worthing, installation and service

Fence repairs Worthing

Fence repairs Worthing, installation and service

Strong winds across Sussex recently has caused immense damage to fencing in the Worthing and Sussex areas, causing the need for repairs and installation of fences. Fence repairs in Worthing and surrounding areas, is a service offered by TVG Landscaping.

Fence repairs and replace old fences, weakened by rot and decay are easily damaged or brought down by the high winds recently experienced across Sussex and the South of England in recent weeks.

With more high winds expected, now is the time to replace that broken fence post, or repair the damaged fence line.

Call TVG Landscaping (Fencing) for an immediate response to damaged fencing.

We can either make good, replace a single broken fence post or replace the whole fence line,Fence Repairs Worthing.

Fence repairs Worthing, installation and service or Fence Repairs Worthing website.

Chris Thornton: 07795255523