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11 Jul

How to Control Pests Organically!

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We are reaching the middle of summer, a time where pests thrive in the warm weather and start feeding from your new blooms! Your first instinct might be to use a strong pesticide, but there are plenty of organic alternatives that work just as well. Its important in every garden to have a balance between [...]

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Published Date: 11 Jul 2012
Category: Gardening Advice
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12 Jun

It’s Time to Take Softwood Cuttings!

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Taking cuttings is an easy and effective way to increase your garden stock year after year without spending a penny! Taking softwood cuttings is the best way to produce more bounty from your garden. Many of you may already divide your plants but a lot of plants are impossible to divide. Germinating seeds is also [...]

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Published Date: 12 Jun 2012
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08 Jun

FAQs About Weeding…

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First of all lets look at the different types of weeds you can find in your garden. Event the best kept gardens are prone to weeds because they’ll grown anywhere. Weeds can be invasive and damaging so its best to know what type of weed you are tackling before you start. Weeds can be put [...]

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Published Date: 08 Jun 2012
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01 Jun

Learn How to Grow Your Own Patio Potatoes with Our YouTube Video!

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You can have an abundance of delicious spuds this year by growing your own patio potatoes! Our potatoes can be grown in your garden, in tubs or our very own patio planters available on our website. The Patio planters included in the video will save space in your garden and can easily be moved in case of bad weather.  The planters [...]

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Published Date: 01 Jun 2012
Category: Fruit and Vegetables, Gardening Advice
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29 May

Learn how to Combat Drought with our YouTube Video!

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Many of your gardens have been affected by the hosepipe ban put in place in April. Our fantastic Raingel Granules and Plant Feed will help protect your garde from the summer drought – just one application will feed your plants all season and cut your watering by 90%. Click here to find out more! Whether your a gardening [...]

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Published Date: 29 May 2012
Category: Gardening Advice, Spring Bedding
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18 Apr

How to Save Money in Your Garden!

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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 [...]

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Published Date: 18 Apr 2012
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15 Apr

Cut Flower Tips & Tricks!

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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 [...]

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Published Date: 15 Apr 2012
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13 Apr

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

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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 [...]

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Published Date: 13 Apr 2012
Category: Garden Ideas
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12 Apr

How to Rejuvenate Your Lawn!

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Now winters over it’s the perfect time to rejuvenate your lawn! With the threat of drought and a hosepipe ban across the UK looming, it’s best to get to work as soon as possible. A stunning green lawn is the perfect place to relax and it will complement your beautiful bold blooms. Improving the soil, [...]

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Published Date: 12 Apr 2012
Category: Garden Ideas, Gardening Advice
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31 Mar

How to Lift & Divide Snow Drops!

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Snow drops are the first sign of spring and a beautiful addition to your garden. Snow drops will divide themselves in moist soil and can provide plenty of plants to share with fellow gardeners. Snow drops can be lifted and divided when they are in leaf and even in flower. Use a fork or spade [...]

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Published Date: 31 Mar 2012
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