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29 Nov

Beautiful Christmas Gifts for Your Family and Friends!

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Many of you will have received our Christmas catalogue in October. Every year we try to offer our customers an alternative to the pressures of Christmas shopping. This year we are offering even more choice and we’ll deliver them FREE right to the front door of your friends and family. Make someone feel loved this Christmas with [...]

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Published Date: 29 Nov 2012
Category: Flower Gifts
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28 Nov

What Wildlife To Expect This November…

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Birds & Bees… The berries in your garden are a feast for birds, while song thrushes and blackbirds become more noticeable, venturing onto lawns searching for worms and fallen fruit. Small flocks of greenfinches can be a common sight at birdtables, sometimes queuing up with chaffinches and sparrows to take a turn at feeders. Redwings, [...]

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Published Date: 28 Nov 2012
Category: Wildlife
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23 Nov

Its Time to Consider Changing Our Gardening Ways!

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It may be time to start changing our gardening ways. This year the weather has been a constant reminder of climate change and the problems we face in the future. The US National Snow and Ice Data Centre have shown this summer that the polar ice cap is melting at a greater rate than ever [...]

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Published Date: 23 Nov 2012
Category: Garden Ideas, Gardening Advice
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21 Nov

Get Creative This Christmas!

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Its just under a month until Christmas, with preparations already being made for a fantastic day your garden can easily be forgotten about. Take a little time this month to head out into the garden and get creative. Your garden is a fantastic source of material for decorations and can even become a Christmas display in its [...]

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Published Date: 21 Nov 2012
Category: Garden Ideas
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19 Nov

10 Ways to Add Colour to Your Garden!

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This time of year gardens can be extremely dull but you don’t just have to buy winter flowering plants to have colour! Whatever the size of your garden we have fantastic ideas to make this winter just as colourful as summer or spring. Brighten up your garden by following our easy guide below… StemsStems are [...]

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Published Date: 19 Nov 2012
Category: Garden Ideas
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09 Nov

Winter Proof Your Herbs!

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The temperature has started to drop and its time to ensure your herbs make it through a cold winter. There are many simple steps you can take to protect your herbs, take a look at our easy guide below… Protect container herbs… Container herbs including sage, rosemary and thyme should be moved into a more [...]

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Published Date: 09 Nov 2012
Category: Gardening Advice
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03 Nov

November Garden – Tidy, Protect and Maintain

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November is your last chance to prepare your soil before winter sets in. Soil can easily be damaged; make sure you dig up any unwanted plants and turn over your soil while it still contains some summer heat. Protect any bare patches of soil with mulch, compost, leaf mould or even plastic sheeting. This will [...]

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Published Date: 03 Nov 2012
Category: Gardeners Calendar
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01 Nov

November Garden – Sowing and Planting…

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As winter quickly approaches, take advantage of the cool days and the slower pace of gardening to prepare your plants for winter. November is in the midst of the dormant period so it’s the perfect time to keep up your garden maintenance and prepare your garden for the future frosts. Bulbs should preferably be planted [...]

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Published Date: 01 Nov 2012
Category: Gardeners Calendar
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