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Welcome to Acorns Landscape and Gardening – #1 for Garden maintenance Oxford.

We specialise in creating and maintaining your garden as one of your favourite parts of your home. Leave all the hard work to our qualified team and prepare to sit back and enjoy your beautiful garden.

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Our gallery page is currently under construction in the mean time take a browse through our gallery of projects on our facebook page.

They say “a picture speaks a thousand words” so we thought we’d share this selection of our project galleries with you.

Grab a coffee and look over these before and after images to help visualise how your garden could benefit from our expertise.

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Over on our Gardening Blog we share our knowledge each and every month to help you care for your favourite plants ensuring they are healthy and ready to blossom.

We offer year round advice on a wide range of topics such as; how to prepare your soil, what feed to use; to when and how to prune specific plants for the best results. Also you will be able to sign up to our monthly newsletter to make sure you don’t miss out.

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7 Quick Garden Fixes to Attract Buyers for Your House

Summer is here, and it’s a popular time of year for putting your house on the market....

Dealing with Moles in Oxfordshire Gardens

You may have spotted the signs of moles in your garden; those small heaps of soil spread...

June in the Garden: Planting Shady Spots

The start of summer is finally here! June has arrived, and with the recent mix of some...

Tree Stumps: Should They Stay or Should They Go?

It’s common for gardeners to have to deal with tree stumps. Whether it’s an old stump...

Muntjac Deer in Oxfordshire: A Problem for Gardeners?

I’ve been hearing of a new kind of garden pest targeting those new spring shoots in the...

March In the Garden: Three Cottage Garden Climbers

Well, the weather really can’t decide whether to warm up properly or give us a bit more...

Installing a Water Butt in Your Garden

February is an ideal time of year to start collecting rainwater to use in the garden....

February in the Garden

February in the Garden The mild winter is continuing this month as we see daffodils...

Allotment Gardening Officially Good for Mental Health

We’ve believed gardening is good for the soul for years and it’s now official:...

January in the Garden

Happy New Year to all my clients, readers and followers! It’s been a strange start to...