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30 Apr

We’d Love to Hear from You- Leave us Feedback!

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There’s nothing more important to us than your opinions. If something is going brilliantly in your garden we would love to know but we’d also love to hear how we can improve! As we start the summer season, it’s a good time to reflect on your spring garden and our spring products! Has your garden [...]


Published Date: 30 Apr 2012
Category: Customer Feedback

29 Apr

Fantastic Spring Offers – 3 for 2 Shrubs!


We have a fantastic range of Offers. Why not try our 3 for 2 Offers and other money saving multi buys.  Wherever you see the banner, 3 for 2, you will receive 3 plants for the price of 2! You can’t get better than that - fantastic savings without any compromise on our exceptional quality. This spring we [...]


Published Date: 29 Apr 2012
Category: Spring Bedding

27 Apr

How to Make a Bumblebee Nest!


Bumblebees have a crucial role when it comes to pollinating some of our most important crops. There has been a massive decline in bumblebee and other pollinator’s numbers, some even becoming extinct. Without bumblebees we could face higher food costs and potential food shortages. You can help by creating a bumblebee nest to encourage them into your [...]


Published Date: 27 Apr 2012
Category: Wildlife

26 Apr

April Growing Guide…


This April theres loads of fruit and veg you can grow in your garden! If you already grow your own but aren’t sure what to harvest have a look at our guide below. Take a look at our fantastic vegetable plants range by clicking here they have extra resistance to diseases and produce better crops! we have [...]


Published Date: 26 Apr 2012
Category: Fruit and Vegetables

20 Apr

Big Ideas for Small Plots!


Just because your garden is a little on the small side, doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of it and still grow delicious fruit and vegetables. Fruit and veg can grow in all sorts of places – in pots, on windowsills and up walls being just a few. We have products specially designed to [...]


Published Date: 20 Apr 2012
Category: Fruit and Vegetables, Garden Ideas
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18 Apr

How to Save Money in Your Garden!


It’s time to sow seeds but theres no need to spend a fortune. Get thrifty in your garden with recycled seed trays, containers and watering devices. 1. Make newspaper pots. Fold a broadsheet piece of paper lengthways in half, roll it around a small jar to make a pot. Fold the bottom around the jar [...]


Published Date: 18 Apr 2012
Category: Gardening Advice

16 Apr

It’s National Gardening Week!


The RHS has launched national gardening week to get Britain more involved with gardening. This week ties in with Britain in Bloom (read more about that here) and aims to show Britons the benefits of getting out in the garden! This year it’s the Queens Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics – there’s never been a better time [...]


Published Date: 16 Apr 2012
Category: Garden Ideas

15 Apr

Cut Flower Tips & Tricks!


Being a gardener allows you to pick up brilliant tips and tricks over the years, from your own experiences and the advice of fellow gardeners. We’ve recentlycome across a few spring-time tricks to help your flowers along. 1. Don’t put Tulips and Daffodils in the same vase. As stunning as they look together, Daffodil sap [...]


Published Date: 15 Apr 2012
Category: Bulbs Tubers and Corms

14 Apr

Britain In Bloom!


Many of you would have heard about the brilliant impact ‘Britain in Bloom’ has had on communities up and down the UK. It’s Britain’s best gardening campaign and can have a wonderful affect on your local area if you haven’t already experienced it. Gardening has many health benefits and joining forces with your neighbours can [...]


Published Date: 14 Apr 2012
Category: Garden Ideas, Spring Bedding

13 Apr

Create a Drought Tolerant Border & Combat the Hose Pipe Ban!


Some areas in the UK have been under the hosepipe ban since April 5th. This can have both a bad effect on your plants and your back from carrying those watering cans! Make it easier on yourself and your garden by planting drought tolerant plants. Using a hosepipe or sprinkler system made keeping plants healthy easy. To make your garden almost [...]


Published Date: 13 Apr 2012
Category: Garden Ideas
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