Lawn Maintenance

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At Petersfield Waste & Recycling we offer the following Lawn Maintenance services:

  • Lawn Mowing
  • Lawn Care Treatments
  • Weed and Feed
  • Moss Control
  • Aeration and Scarification
  • Strimming

Lawn mowing i.e. lawn care is one of our most popular services at Petersfield Waste & Recycling. We offer regular grass cutting, strimming, weed & feed, scarifying and aerating services at competitive prices.

At Petersfield Waste & Recycling we offer a ‘fixed-rate’ garden and grounds maintenance options so are completely specific to your individual needs and our ongoing investment in specialist garden and landscaping equipment as well as staff training ensures you receive a excellent professional service for the best price.

Our extensive range of garden services will provide you with a convenient ‘one-stop’ solution for your entire garden, grounds maintenance and landscaping requirements.

Looking for a garden tidy? Our experienced garden maintenance operatives will keep your landscape looking at its best all year round. Our dedicated team offers you an unrivaled level of professional service.

Please call us on 07751 984502 to discuss your requirements.

A little bit of Lawn History – The English lawn
It was not until the 17th and 18th century, that the garden and the lawn became a place created first as walkways and social areas. They were made up of meadow plants, such as camomile, a particular favorite. In the early 17th century, the Jacobean epoch of gardening began; during this period, the closely cut “English” lawn was born. By the end of this period, the English lawn was a symbol of status of the aristocracy and gentry; it showed that the owner could afford to keep land that was not being used for a building, or for food production.
In the early 18th century, landscape gardening for the aristocracy entered into a golden age, under the direction of William Kent and Lancelot “Capability” Brown. They refined the English landscape garden style with the design of natural, or “romantic”, estate settings for wealthy Englishmen. Brown, remembered as “England’s greatest gardener”, designed over 170 parks, many of which still endure. His influence was so great that the contributions to the English garden made by his predecessors Charles Bridgeman and William Kent are often overlooked.
His work still endures at Croome Court (where he also designed the house), Blenheim Palace, Warwick Castle, Harewood House, Bowood House, Milton Abbey (and nearby Milton Abbas village), in traces at Kew Gardens and many other locations. His style of smooth undulating lawns which ran seamlessly to the house and meadow, clumps, belts and scattering of trees and his serpentine lakes formed by invisibly damming small rivers, were a new style within the English landscape, a “gardenless” form of landscape gardening, which swept away almost all the remnants of previous formally patterned styles. His landscapes were fundamentally different from what they replaced, the well-known formal gardens of England which were criticised by Alexander Pope and others from the 1710s.
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