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31 Dec

The 2012 Big Garden Birdwatch!

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Your garden birds rely on you to provide them with a constant supply of food and water to get them through the winter. Summer’s bounty has deminished and birds often struggle to survive this time of year. Providing them with food and nesting sites is essential for their survival and to ensure your garden birds [...]

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Published Date: 31 Dec 2011
Category: Bird Care
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28 Dec

December Growing Guide!

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Published Date: 28 Dec 2011
Category: Fruit and Vegetables
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23 Dec

Give Your Garden Birds a Christmas Treat!

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Birds need your help more than ever to get through the harsh weather, give them a Christmas treat with our brilliant selection of wild bird feed – at extremely low prices! We offer a wide range of bird feed full of fibre, protein, fat and carbohydrates essential for the survival of your garden birds this winter. Birds need [...]

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Published Date: 23 Dec 2011
Category: Bird Care
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23 Dec

Last Chance to Say ‘Happy New Year’ With Our Stunning Bouquets!

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Don’t worry if you’ve missed out on sending one of our fantastic bouquets for Christmas, you can now send one to say ‘Happy New Year’! Brighten someone’s day with one of our stunning bouquets, perfect for welcoming in the new year or simply saying thank you. Choose from a wonderfully generous gift of stunning red Carnations with gold foliage – [...]

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Published Date: 23 Dec 2011
Category: Flower Gifts
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22 Dec

Take Care of Your Christmas Gifts!

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Many of you would have ordered our fantastic Christmas gifts this year. Follow our simple guide on how to care for your indoor plant… Moth Orchid… Place your Orchid in good, but not direct sunlight. Keep them away from hot air and radiators in particular. Orchids prefer rain water, which we have lots of this [...]

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Published Date: 22 Dec 2011
Category: Flower Gifts
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22 Dec

Gardening is Great for the Soul…

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Gardening is a wonderful way to stay healthy and has even been linked to living longer. Gardening promotes good health, both from exercise and eating your own produce. It can even lower blood pressure. The more spiritual amongst you may believe that gardening is the perfect way to stay calm. A connection to the earth [...]

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Published Date: 22 Dec 2011
Category: Gardening Advice
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21 Dec

It’s Time to Plan Ahead for Spring…

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Spring Plug Plants are ideal for the gardener with a greenhouse, conservatory or similar facilities in which to grow them on. Our fantastic collection of 100 +60 FREE plug plants are grown with care by our horticultural experts in individual cells and measure approximately 4-8cm in height. As well as being easy to grow, Plug Plants are [...]

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Published Date: 21 Dec 2011
Category: Spring Bedding
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21 Dec

Something New for 2012!

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What better time to design a new garden than the new year! While your garden is still relatively dormant, sit back, relax and plan a fantastic garden design. It’s best to let your imagination run free and worry about all the techninal aspects later. Focus on styles and themes, maybe you’ve always wanted a cottage garden, [...]

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Published Date: 21 Dec 2011
Category: Garden Ideas
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21 Dec

10 Ways to Give a Great Impression with your Garden!

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Your front garden is the first thing that visitors will see when they arrive at your home, which means that making a good impression is vital. Follow our simple guide on how to make the most of your front garden… 1. Don’t forget about the environment. It’s important to protect the environement on your doorstep, every [...]

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Published Date: 21 Dec 2011
Category: Garden Ideas
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20 Dec

What Wildlife to Expect this Month…

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Keep a look out for these wonderful garden creatures this month and try not to disturb them from their slumber! 16 – Spot Ladybirds… Look out for 16 spot lady birds this time of year. They usually gather in packs of 20 to 60 and are beige in colouring with black spots. You’ll find these [...]

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Published Date: 20 Dec 2011
Category: Wildlife
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