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  1. Slow cooker lentil dal

    Slow cooker lentil dal

    Slow cooker lentil dal recipe; enjoy some meat-free meals At this time of year, once the festivities are over and January is officially well under way, we want to shrug... Read More
  2. Support plants: use stakes, grids and twigs

    Support plants: use stakes, grids and twigs

    Read about how to support plants to prevent wind damage. If you watched your plants moving in recent strong winds and wondered what to do, read on! Plant windswept climbers... Read More
  3. Garden Design Trends You Can Expect to See in 2018

    The word “trend” can stir up bad connotations, but, basically, it means “new ideas”. Showcasing new trends can highlight these new ideas in inspiring and creative ways. The approaching New... Read More
  4. Why you should use Ivy in your garden

    Why you should use Ivy in your garden

    Today we're looking at ivy (Hedera), one of the trio of plants that mark the festive season. (We've already discussed the other two, mistletoe and holly.) It can be a... Read More
  5. Transform your balcony into a more welcoming and comfortable place

    Transform your balcony into a more welcoming and comfortable place

    Having an open balcony is a real asset if you live in a flat or apartment. Many people don’t make the most of this space. Yet, it can be a... Read More
  6. Set the timer and do a little tidying up in the garden

    Set the timer and do a little tidying up in the garden

    Set the timer and spend some time tidying up in the garden this winter. Most gardens I see, and that includes mine, could do with a little tidying up at... Read More
  7. smoked salmon lollipops - New Years Eve party food

    smoked salmon lollipops - New Years Eve party food

    The party season isn’t quite over yet, and these smoked salmon lollipops will set your New Year’s celebrations off with a swing. Very simple to make, and lovely to look... Read More
  8. Mind your back! Using wheels and good lifting technique in the garden

    Mind your back! Using wheels and good lifting technique in the garden

    Mind your back! As many of us know, it’s very easy to overdo it in the garden and hurt your back. A set of wheels certainly helps in moving things... Read More
  9. Holly - the perfect Christmas decoration and garden plant

    Holly - the perfect Christmas decoration and garden plant

    Holly is one of the most common ingredients of Christmas greenery decorations in the UK - in wreaths and bunches hung on doors, and around candles and in bowls on... Read More
  10. Wood ash in the garden: recycle and make the most of this plant food

    Wood ash in the garden: recycle and make the most of this plant food

    Wood ash from fires, log burners or stoves and garden bonfires is a problem, or a bonus. It depends on your viewpoint. A problem if it fills your waste bin... Read More
  11. How to improve a cold conservatory

    John Waugh, a home improvement specialist at double glazing installers EYG, explains 5 simple ways to combat a cold conservatory. Modern conservatories look amazing and have the ability to totally... Read More
  12. Four things to do on your corner sofa this Christmas

    Four things to do on your corner sofa this Christmas

    Spend time with family, relax or party, the sofa’s everyone’s favourite place to spend some time – especially when they’re relaxing at Christmas. Play with your Christmas presents The suspense... Read More

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