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Planting, Tree Works

Wondering when to plant?

Seasonality is a big topic in produce, and for the green fingered you may be wondering when is the best time to plant your garden veggies! The RHS has helpfully produced a handy guideRead More

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Tree Works, Sussex

A happy New Year from PJ Chaffin

We here at PJ Chaffin hope you all had a great Christmas and New Year, and we are looking forward to providing another year of fantastic tree care and landscaping solutions! The office isRead More

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What to do with your garden in August

The Telegraph has combined a helpful list of things to do with your garden in August, with plenty of ideas on how to spend the Bank Holiday weekend! Make your garden hedgehog friendly: hedgehogsRead More

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Bramley Apple Tree

Original Bramley Apple Tree Dying

The 200 year old original Bramley apple tree is coming to the end of its life as it battles a fungal infection. The tree, which is located in the Nottinghamshire town of Southwell isRead More

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Deadheading Flowers

The art of deadheading

Deadheading is the process whereby dead or faded flowers are removed from flowering plants and shrubs to focus their growth and seed distribution. It can also stop the wide distribution of petals making gardensRead More

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Chaffin Charity Work

Cats Protection Quiz Night

PJ Chaffin recently took part in a quiz night in Pevensey with the aim of raising money for the Cat Protection Charity. Despite tough competition – even from professional quizzers, PJ Chaffin showed offRead More

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Chaffin Charity Paintball

Chaffin’s Charity Paintball

Here at Chaffin’s we never shy away from a challenge, and so when the Highways Agency claimed they were the better shots – we decided to put it to the test! The two sidesRead More

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Ashbrittle Yew Tree Dying

Britain’s oldest tree in peril

The Telegraph recently reported that a 4,000 year old Ashbrittle Yew Tree which is thought to be the oldest living thing in Britain, may finally be dying. The 38ft Yew Tree is located inRead More

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Tree pollarding: when and how?

Tree pollarding is the act of pruning tree growth back to a manageable level. This is done for a variety of reasons, including reducing the amount of shade cast by trees, making sure treesRead More

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Leaf Blowing

Dealing with slippery leaves

While Autumn may traditionally be associated with the shedding of leaves, the problem of leaves on pavements and roads persists well into the winter months. Aside from making gardens and green spaces look untidy,Read More

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