Our East Sussex and Kent garden maintenance teams have been busy preparing the grounds for our many customers through a very difficult January. Constant rainfall has made conditions difficult but we have managed to undertake the garden work to the high standards expected by our clients.

Tunbridge Wells Grounds Maintenance Team

We have a team of four gardeners working from our Rusthall yard where we have been based for over 20 years. As seen in the pictures below we have been spending recent weeks preparing borders for planting at a local hospital and car showroom.

Gravesend and Orpington Grounds Maintenance team

We have an Orpington Bromley and Gravesend garden maintenance team led by Brad. His team have been preparing borders in Eltham at the University site and undertaking gardening work at our many Housing Association properties.

Maidstone Garden maintenance Team

This team is led by Andy and covers Maidstone and Chatham grounds maintenance. Andy has done some great work preparing the landscaped areas around a number of  Hotels and many Industrial sites in the Medway Towns.

Canterbury Landscape Maintenance Team

Pat is the team leader of our Canterbury garden maintenance team covering Sittingbourne, Ashford, Margate and Folkestone areas. We have been pricing new Landscape maintenance contracts in Whitstable last week hoping to extend our area of coverage.




  1. January and February are a great time to put garden machinery in for servicing. Get things sorted before the spring rush.
  2. Digging and preparing your veg patch is essential work. Work should include digging trenches and filling them with well rotted compost which ensures plenty of goodness for your plants.
  3. Preparing lists of plants to order for early season planting. The end of February and March are great times to plant new borders or specimens.
  4. If you would like C & A Landscapes to order plants for you we can supply and deliver at a greatly reduced price compared with Garden Centres. Minimum order £ 75.

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There are plenty of resources online to help you choose your plants ready for a beautiful colourful garden or site come Spring. Here’s one we found: