If you’ve been browsing our website looking for Olive plants (Olea europaea), you will of noticed we no longer have any Olive trees listed for sale.
Recently we were asked to recommend a screening tree solution on a new build estate in Braintree, a town in Essex, south east England.
It must be quite apparent to anyone driving in southern England just how many trees have been unable to survive the drought conditions.
Tress and plants make fantastic gifts, we’ve picked out a few of our favourites below.
A fresh wave of British Summer sun has meant watering your garden is now more important than ever, which is often difficult without an elaborate system of timers and pipes for irrigation.
King and Co stock three sizes of Bamboo, all of which tend to form clumps rather than spreading out in our climate.
With more than 600 species of Oak worldwide, it is important to understand the qualities of each member of the ‘Quercus’ genus.
As we move into the middle of Summer and (hopefully) long dry spells, it’s worth taking a look at the sort of irrigation this season’s new plantings will require.
Some plants are so popular that the horticulture industry has quite a task to keep up with demand. Leylandii is the obvious example.
We have almost navigated our way through a rather extraordinary spring, with a short dry hot spell in between some very wet and prolonged weather. However, this is not all bad news.