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Graham with Agapanthus flowers
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Trachycarpus fortunei - still looking great throughout the summer!
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Bees are of critical importance to the environment,. Therefore, ensuring they have adequate access to pollen is imperative. You can contribute by planting bee-friendly trees in your garden, and our guide advises on the best trees for the job.

http://blog.ewburrownursery.co.uk/attract-bees-to-your-garden-with-ornamental-trees/
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Some more of Graham's top tips for summer:
- Trim all topiary plants, such as bay, to keep them in a neat shape – and feed them if they are in containers.
- Make sure you keep watering all your newly planted trees and shrubs!
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Looking lovely at the nursery right now: Hydrangea paniculata
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We advise on which trees we think are ideal for screening in the latest blog, helping you to enjoy your garden with the privacy you need over summer. 
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Straight from the nursery, here are a couple of Graham’s top tips for you to bear in mind over the summer:

- Tie in and train new growth on climbers such as Wisteria and Clematis

- Prune new growth on apple and pears to retain shape and encourage fruiting side shoots next year.

Expect more of Graham's advice next week!
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While it may not be the best time to be planting, there's still plenty to be doing in the garden. Read our summer time round-up in the blog below.
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Been to the nursery recently? Why not tell us what you thought of the experience - click on the 'Reviews' tab to leave your thoughts! 
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You can find information on tree accessories, tree planting as well as the English Woodlands 2013/14 nursery catalogue on our website! These guides are available to either download or order: just click the link below to find out more.

http://www.ewburrownursery.co.uk/CATLG/Advice/Catalogue
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