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August Review – Perth Show

We had an excellent stand at Perth show which was well supported by Stihl and my helpers Ronnie, Colin and Wilma who also provided an excellent flower display. The outcome was that we met many friends and new potential customers who commented on our stand layout. The culminating accolade was that we won the TSB […]

April Showers and Spring Flowers

The arrival of Spring sees daffodils in full bloom, and early flowering shrubs and trees that make our gardens and countryside look so fresh and lively. The grass is growing and looking for its first cut. Now is the time for some lawn care, use a Spring fertiliser with iron to kill the moss, and […]

Welcome to Spring 2019

Another year begins, with new challenges and plans to make, and importantly – gardens to maintain! We do not know, at time of writing this, how BREXIT is going to affect availability of stock might affect our garden machinery business. We have been assured that at the start of the season we will have stock […]

Run up to Christmas

What an extraordinary year this has been. Starting with the “beast from the east” which kept our Spring gardens very late, though snowdrops lasted very well. This was followed by a very good warm damp spell which spurred on the spring growth, great shows of daffodils and tulips, and the grass started to grow. Then […]

Autumn Tasks

After one of the hottest and dry summers the gardens are all coming to life, grass is growing trees and hedges sprouting and weeds are growing. It is time to get on top of all the jobs before the winter, hedge cutting, autumn pruning, and fruit picking should be at the front of your mind. […]

Spring into 2017

We at Marshalls would like to wish all our readers a very good New Year and many happy hours of gardening. Let us hope that we do not see a repeat of last year’s storms that did so much damage from the wind and rain, which means you should mean much less tidying up, allowing […]

Heading towards Christmas

This year has flown by and it is hard to believe that we are now well into winter. We have had 7 weeks of roadworks due to a new water main being laid to Dunning and full access to Marshall’s Garden Machinery has been restored. Chainsaws are always in demand at this time of year […]