Tidying gardens in Stevenage, Welwyn Garden City, Knebworth & surrounding villages.
If you would like help in the garden, whether it's for a few hours a week, a month or more, then please get in touch.
Tel: 07963 291504

Fully booked for 2020.

Saturday, 31 December 2011



I'd like to take this opportunity to wish all of my clients and fabulous fellow gardeners I've met via the blogging community ...


A big THANK YOU also to everyone who has helped me to get 
Tidy Gardens by Jane
off the ground during this past year. I've met some wonderful people & thoroughly enjoyed working in each & every garden.
If you, or you know someone who would like a gardener too, then please get in touch.

(Details on the card above can be found here)

Monday, 19 December 2011

A Flake or Two

We had snow ... not a lot ... but enough to make everything look sugar coated.

... and before you knew it, it started to melt ...

The Ariculas are still not giving up. It's December, cold n' snowing.

It's a chilly, but beautiful season.

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Stir Crazy

I'm going mad ... STIR CRAZY I TELL YOU.
How many more sleeps til' Spring?

Sunday, 4 December 2011

Leaf it Out!

My neighbour has a giant Robinia tree that drops its leaves for what seems like 365 days of the year.
99.9% of the leaves and twiglets miss their garden completely on their descent to earth and fall at the end of our drive.  I normally wait until after a really windy day (the weather, not following a dodgy meal!) before embarking on a fanatical sweeping session. I think our house is situated in some kind of space vortex, as the wind normally swirls them about & deposits them into nice, neat mounds easy to pick up.
This year however, I've lost track of the number of bin-loads I've swept up and in desperation I had to resort to using a big 'sucky-up' Vacuum. I'm not a gadget gal, I'm a hands-on kinda woman but needs must. I hope no-one was watching me though as I didn't realise that the bag had blown off as I hadn't screwed it on properly and only noticed when I turned round to see shreds of leaf deposit flying behind me. I managed to fit the bag on properly and then promptly forgot to zip up the bag closed ... DOH
I'm beginning to wonder if I've chosen the right occupation.

Why can't my neighbours grow Bonzia trees like my son's Horse Chestnut (pictured above), only a dozen leaves or so each year to tidy up.
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