Is it too late to plant spring bulbs in February?

The first few months of the year can either move spectacularly slowly or surprisingly fast. Either way, you may be shocked to realise you’ve forgotten to plan your spring bulbs! Is it too late to plant your spring bulbs now? The short answer is no, not at all, But there are a few things you […]

Gardening in January: Preparing for spring

January might be the middle of winter but as the days lengthen the garden starts to grow. Now is a great time to plan for the coming gardening year and to order seeds and plants. Let’s take a look at some jobs you could be getting on with to prepare for the warmer months ahead. […]

How to make your own Christmas wreath

Making a Christmas wreath is a fun and easy task to keep you busy in the run-up to the big day. Not only do they look great hung up on your front door, but you can cut the costs and use foliage from your very own garden to make something truly unique! Here are some […]

How to care for your houseplants this winter

As we head towards the end of the year, our gardens won’t be getting much attention due to the good old British weather! If you have houseplants to look after, they will be slowing down and preparing for the winter months ahead. Let’s take a look at what you can do to help them get […]

Gardening and mental health – our contribution

Here at Rosewood, we absolutely love what we do. We feel incredibly lucky that our job is one of our greatest passions. We enjoy spending time transforming our customers’ gardens, but we also love pottering about in our own gardens at home!  As our company continues to grow, we’re proud to make contributions to local […]

Exciting Company News… We’re Expanding!

Following a very successful year, we’ve outgrown our current premises and will be moving to our new unit this month. We’re also changing our name a little to reflect the growth of the company and the new projects we’ve taken on as a result of an expanding team…Rosewood Grounds Maintenance & Landscaping Ltd! We are […]

Things to do in the garden in September

With the sun setting a little earlier each day, September is known as the crossroads month. We may still enjoy those warm days and orange glow sunsets, but the nights are drawing in and the temperatures are dropping. It’s a month of change! Here’s our list of things to do in your garden this month.  […]

How can you achieve a low-maintenance garden?

Do you love your garden but prefer to spend time enjoying it than working on it? Whilst we love pottering about in our garden whenever we get the chance, we appreciate not everyone has the time to dedicate to the upkeep. In our latest blog, we outline some ways you can achieve a low-maintenance garden. […]

Five simple ways to create a wildlife-friendly garden

Did you know, around 87% of households in the UK have a garden? According to The Wildlife Trusts, these cover a larger area than all our nature reserves combined. But an increasing amount of garden space is being lost to hard surfacing, and some of the wildlife that typically visit our gardens are struggling. There are things […]

Jobs to do in the garden in June

In June the garden is at its freshest. It’s time to sit back and enjoy long summer evenings surrounded by the results of your hard work earlier in the year!  If you worked hard in May, you should already have crossed many of June’s jobs off your list, but if not- here are some that […]