The New Honda VersaTool / Multi-Function Gardening Tool

The Wait is Over for the New Versatile Garden Tool The time has come for this absolutely fantastic piece of garden machinery to be unleashed! It truly is a first-class product that’s suitable for any garden maintenance job whatever the difficulty! Best of all, it couldn’t be any simpler to use! The Honda Versatool comes with two different power heads for you to choose from. UMC425 power head (£299.00) This is powered by Honda’s famous 25cc 4-Stroke engine and is suitable for the more residential user. It has a superior performance and always delivers ‘starts first time’ reliability. UMC435 power head (£379.00) This is powered by Honda’s famous 35cc 4-Stroke engine, and is suitable for commercial contractors. Just like the UMC425, it delivers ‘starts first time’ reliability at all times! This amazing product has eight attachments that can be fixed to it at complete ease, allowing you to tackle all tasks! Brushcutter (£109.00) The brushcutter attachment is purposefully designed for cutting and trimming, which makes any job an absolute breeze no matter how skilled you are at garden maintenance. It is ergonomically designed with an easy-grip loop handle, and has an integrated debris guard that offers user protection from any…

Pruning Preparation for Autumn and Winter
Advice and Tips , Pole Pruners & Saws / 5th November 2012

As the Autumn leaves fall and you take a look around your garden, you’ll begin to notice how your plants, trees and bushes are looking particularly dormant. In fact, you may have even noticed a dead branch or two on your favorite tree. Some of these dead branches could have been there for years but you’ve just never found the time to maintain them. Maybe you didn’t notice them, maybe you didn’t have the correct equipment, or maybe you just didn’t know what to do with them! Well fear no more! We’re here to give you some brilliant tips on pruning in your garden this November, making sure that it stays in the condition it deserves. What is pruning? Pruning is the removal of particular parts of plants that are no longer of any use. There are several reasons why these parts are no longer beneficial. Some are functional, improving  the overall health of the plant. Whilst others are aesthetic, enhancing the overall appearance of the plant. Both significant reasons for keeping on top of your pruning duties. If done well, it creates a much healthier specimen, which is a lot more pleasing on the eye, leading to much greater…