uPVC Fencing, It’s Worth Considering

Offering an alternative to timber, uPVC fencing is a fantastic product to consider when enhancing a property with a new fence. Whether it’s a security/privacy fence, paddock or picket style fence, uPVC can offer a versatile and attractive solution.

uPVC fencing is installed in a similar style to timber fencing, making use of a post and […]

By |July 6th, 2016|General News|0 Comments

Give The Lawn Some TLC In April

A healthy, green, lush lawn is the centerpiece of the garden. A bit of maintenance at the right time will ensure a great looking lawn all summer.
Feed the Lawn

April marks the start of the growing season and a good feed will set the lawn up for the summer.  In addition to making the grass look […]

By |April 13th, 2016|General News|0 Comments

Why Not Try A Raised Box For Growing Vegetables

A fantastic project to consider especially at this time of year, is the growing of vegetables.  Why not consider a raised box for planting?

There are several benefits in the use of a raised box;

Drainage is better as the soil is raised above ground level.  The temperature of the soil is warmer  particularly in Spring, so many […]

By |March 16th, 2016|General News|0 Comments

Fencing Tips and Facts

If a new fence is on the cards there are a few facts to consider.

The first step is choosing the appropriate style of fence. A feather edge fence is a very versatile option as it offers strength, security, privacy and can be made to measure to fit any space. Picket style fences are often used as a more decorative feature, but they are very […]

By |February 3rd, 2016|General News|0 Comments

Resolutions For The Garden

There is always something to do in the garden in January, its a great month to take stock of the garden and plan ahead.  When the garden is in its dormant state there is a brilliant opportunity to really take a look at the areas that may need attention.

Mending is a major job to get out of […]

By |January 20th, 2016|General News|0 Comments

Why Do We Kiss Under The Mistletoe?


Mistletoe is an evergreen parasitic plant usually found high up in trees. It does not take root in the ground, rather in the branches of the tree itself. The mistletoe relies on the tree for necessary nutrients, minerals and water.  Its waxy white berries are toxic to humans but a food source for many species of birds.

If this plant is toxic, […]

By |December 23rd, 2015|General News|0 Comments

Is Your Garden Up To The Winter Challenge?

By now most of us would have made sure we’ve prepared ourselves for winter with boots and winter woollies at the ready,  but have we neglected to remember the essential tasks necessary to winterize the garden? A few things to consider;

Check the garden over for anything that would be at risk from cold, wind, and excess water.
If […]

By |November 12th, 2015|General News|0 Comments

‘Remember, Remember To Plant In November’

Though the nights are drawing in and thoughts are turning towards Christmas, it’s the last chance to plant  bulbs such as tulip, hyacinth and lily to bring a burst of colour come Spring.

In addition, Autumn is the natural planting season for plants and shrubs that are moved with bare roots.  At this time of year deciduous plants  […]

By |November 4th, 2015|General News|0 Comments

Spring has Sprung!

As the warmer weather approaches thoughts turn to the garden. Now is the time to begin thinking about how you plan to enjoy the garden this summer.

Could a new Shed help provide much needed extra storage?
Why not consider a professional grass cutting service to take the pressure off lawn maintenance?
 Would a new Patio or deck create […]

By |April 1st, 2015|General News|0 Comments

Welcome to our new website…

And welcome to Gardenology Wales. We are a local, successful company based in Abergavenny. We also carry out work in the surrounding areas up to a 60 mile radius from our centre. We have been growing year on year since 2005. During that time we are proud to have established partnerships with a large customer […]

By |July 24th, 2014|General News|0 Comments