The growing season is not just for plants

Now that the dust has settled after the office move to Seaford, we are ready to spring into action for the fast approaching growing season.

As well as trimming our client’s hedges and giving the lawns a first cut, it’s also time to think about growing the business. With Greg having spent more than five years at Select Gardens as team leader and our newest staff member, Matt, coming up to speed quicker than you can cut back a Russian Vine, we have decided its now time to make the most of our Brighton base and expand our reach to the east of the county.

As well as tending to our existing contracts in Brighton, Worthing and Mid Sussex, we are now looking east to Lewes, Seaford and Eastbourne which will also help bridge the gap between our current service area and our contract in Kent, the stately parkland grounds of Hall House in Hawkhurst.

We haven’t been resting on our laurels while waiting for the green shoots of spring to poke through after the cold snap. Instead, the team has been busy planting the seeds of new business, leafleting local property management companies, Housing Associations, private estates and hotels in our new growth area. We’ll let you know here first if they bear fruit!

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