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Close up on Bamboo damage

Everything you should know about bamboo spread

Bamboo can be an attractive addition to gardens, but its invasive nature often leads to significant issues. If not properly managed, bamboo can spread aggressively, causing damage, and creating long-term problems.

preparing_your_home

How to successfully sell a property this spring

With Easter behind us, and summer on the horizon, now is the time when sellers come out of their winter hibernation and put their homes up for sale, hoping to capitalise on what is traditionally a busy period for the housing market.

Nic seal, founder of Environet

Our EOT Succession Story

To all our customers, I set up Environet in 1996 as an environmental consultancy; little did I know it would morph into the successful knotweed and invasive plant company it has become, employing some 30 people.

Close up on Cotoneaster

Are cotoneaster berries poisonous?

Originally native to China, Cotoneaster is renowned for its ornamental beauty, with its glossy foliage and vibrant berries adding a touch of elegance to gardens and landscapes.

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