The key thing is to make sure you pull out the whole root, not just the plant itself. Each section of the white fibrous root will grow back into another plant, so dig down and make sure all the little pieces are taken out to.
Then check back to the same area a once or twice a week for the next 4 weeks to make sure no more pop up.
For more hints and tips, check out our channel on the WoodBlocX website - www.woodblocx.co.uk
It is akin to the more common place agricultural farming in many ways but on a far longer time scale. On average it takes 30-50 years before trees are ready to harvest. In actual fact if we look over the North Sea to Scandinavia the farmers are also the foresters. As in Scandinavian countries the farmers plant crops and farm livestock in the hospitable basins of the valleys and plant trees to harvest on the inhospitable hill tops.
In the UK we are seen as leaders in sustainable forest management aiming to maximise productivity without forgetting the importance of maintaining and expanding our wooded areas. The life cycle of wood - from the growing of seedlings, to planting, managing and harvesting the trees, to the processing of the raw material to produce thousands of products from timber to paper to WoodBlocX and renewable energy products is vital for sustaining the vibrant industry we have here in the UK.
WoodBlocX is proud to support the UK forestry industry, sustainability and our woodlands. So join us in not taking our woodland for granted!
You can read our full blog on "Why Our Forests Matter" here - http://woodblocx-landscaping.co.uk/wh... and you can find out even more information, or check the facts at the links below:
http://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/publi... - (www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/publications/2011/11/state-of-the-uk-forests-woods-and-trees/)
This peaceful and picturesque village dates back to the Bronze and Iron Age and is close to the historic area of Gillies Hill, not only the site of an Iron Age fort believed to have housed the camp of Robert The Bruce prior to the Battle of Bannockburn, but also home to a variety of wildlife such as Roe Deer, Peregrine Falcons, Red Squirrels and Buzzards.
WoodBlocX were chosen to add a decorative and practical retaining wall to the back of the new builds. The retaining wall measured 48 meters in length with a height rising to 850mm. We had to incorporate a step into the wall as well as a slight curve to take into account the undulating back.
The combination of the stone wall at the top of the bank and wooden retaining wall makes a really nice feature that when planted, will help bring to life what could have been a dark and uninviting space.
You can see more on the project in our blog post here: http://woodblocx-landscaping.co.uk/ogilvie-homes-home-farm-stirling/
We will be closed until the 4th of January but please feel free to send and email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions as we will still be looking at them.
The first day we begin to deliver again is the 6th of January.
Have a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
Crop protectors allow you to defend your veg against invaders, but make sure you choose a net that matches your needs.
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We produced 22 planters consisting of 1255 BlocX and 3942 dowels. We prebuilt the planters at our warehouse here in the Highlands of Scotland before shipping them down to Bristol. The benefit of this? The whole install took place in only 5 hours, and with an early start the team got the work completed before the restaurant opened for service.
We helped them build a area of six raised beds for the wide variety of education programs Cath and the team offer. These cover everything from young nursery groups all the way through to adult groups, and have been put to good use over the years with a wide variety of crops grown across the beds.
We had the pleasure of catching up with Cath and Pilrig Park School pupils to see just what they have been doing with the WoodBlocX.
To find out more about the educational opportunities available at the Edinburgh Botanics visit this link: - http://www.rbge.org.uk/education
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WoodBlocX is a new and exciting concept in garden landscaping - wooden, modular and easy-to-use BlocX are linked together using dowels and wedges made from recycled plastic. WoodBlocX can just as easily be integrated into an established garden as a new garden setting or a small city garden as a more dramatic landscape. Perfect for raised beds, kerbing, corner boxes, low walls, terracing, decking supports and any kind of custom gardening project.
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