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30 Nov

How to Protect your Plants this Winter…

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Winter is a worrying time for any gardener and their vulnerable plants. Here are a few things to do to ensure your garden survives the harsh weather… Wrap up your garden plants to help them survive… Tree Ferns are prone to freezing. Cover the top of the trunk with layers of fleece  and tie it [...]

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Published Date: 30 Nov 2011
Category: Gardening Advice
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30 Nov

Help Robins and Other Garden Birds this Christmas!

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As winter takes hold, birds will find it harder to feed themselves. Give your garden birds a Christmas treat by filling your bird tables and feeders with goodies and scattering some seed in your garden. We have a brilliant selection of wild bird feed full of fibre, protein, fat and carbohydrates essential for the survival of your garden [...]

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Published Date: 30 Nov 2011
Category: Bird Care
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29 Nov

How to Plant Garlic, Shallots and Onions…

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Onions, shallots and garlic are all relatively easy to plant and don’t require much skill when it comes to harvesting and storing. Onions, Shallots and Garlic are all quick maturing and give brilliantly satisfying results. Onions, Shallots and Garlic have wonderful culinary attributes so give your winter meals something extra by adding any of the [...]

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Published Date: 29 Nov 2011
Category: Fruit and Vegetables
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29 Nov

Space Saving Solutions…

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Lack of space doesn’t mean you have to limit your garden ideas. Follow this simple guide to make the most of your garden space… Shrink your garden shed. There’s nothing to say that sheds aren’t extremely useful, but big sheds often take up a lot of unnecessary room. Scale back storage by sorting through your [...]

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Published Date: 29 Nov 2011
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28 Nov

Time to Prune Wisteria & Honeysuckle!

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Don’t worry if you find the idea of pruning your abundant Wisteria or Honeysuckle daunting, just follow our simple guide and you can learn how to keep your garden climbers under control. Overgrown plants will bloom poorly and younger, unpruned plants may not bloom for years at all. Many gardeners end up digging out their [...]

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Published Date: 28 Nov 2011
Category: Pruning
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27 Nov

Winter’s Worst Garden Pests and Diseases!

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Many garden pests and diseases thrive during the harsh winter months. It’s time to take action using a few simple measures. Here is a list of winter’s worst garden pests and diseases and ways you can tackle them… Many creatures have evolved to be able to survive both extreme hot and cold weather.  Snails and slugs are [...]

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Published Date: 27 Nov 2011
Category: Pests & Diseases
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25 Nov

November Garden Checklist!

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It might seem impossible to keep on top of garden jobs this time of year. Gathering leaves and lugging plants into sheltered spots will become tiresome and there aren’t many fun jobs to do. Here’s our checklist of November jobs… Lift and divide rhubarb if it is lacking vigour and producing lots of thin stems [...]

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Published Date: 25 Nov 2011
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25 Nov

How to Create an Evergreen Border!

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Evergreen plants are an important part of any garden. Without Evergreen plants our gardens would look bare and twiggy during much of the year. Evergreens add volume and structure to borders and add interest throughout the winter. Start by choosing your Evergreens, try to contrast the colour, height and texture for an interesting display. Try [...]

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Published Date: 25 Nov 2011
Category: Garden Ideas
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22 Nov

Great Gifts For Christmas!

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Say Happy Christmas this year with one of our fantastic floral gifts! We are proud to offer a stunning range of Christmas gifts this year, all with FREE delivery! Floral gifts are the perfect way to let your friends and family know you’re thinking of them this season. Maybe you are going away this Christmas [...]

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Published Date: 22 Nov 2011
Category: Flower Gifts
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17 Nov

November Veg Guide!

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Published Date: 17 Nov 2011
Category: Fruit and Vegetables
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