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  1. How to put a tiny wildlife pond in your outside space

    How to put a tiny wildlife pond in your outside space

    Water, however tiny the pond, brings life and interest to balconies, patios and small gardens. It’s restful, attracts wildlife like birds, dragonflies and frogs, and gives you an opportunity to... Read More
  2. February half term: potato prints and a frame to focus garden attention

    February half term: potato prints and a frame to focus garden attention

    It’s half-term for many schools this week and a great opportunity to have a go at a springtime craft project! Here are a couple of ideas for a bit of... Read More
  3. Outdoor surface ideas to suit your lifestyle - some pros and cons

    Outdoor surface ideas to suit your lifestyle - some pros and cons

    Grass is lovely but it’s not always the best surface for what we want to do outdoors. And a lawn takes regular maintenance to look good, of course. If you’re... Read More
  4. How to use a heated propagator to germinate seeds and root cuttings

    How to use a heated propagator to germinate seeds and root cuttings

    A heated propagator produces a microclimate of steady warmth and humidity. This encourages seeds to germinate quickly and reliably, and cuttings to root very easily. You could sow exotic seeds... Read More
  5. Catkins – a sure sign of spring, and a perfect feature in your garden

    Catkins – a sure sign of spring, and a perfect feature in your garden

    Catkins have been glowing in the hedges near me for a few weeks now. I fall in love with their promise of spring every year. To share my enthusiasm, today's... Read More
  6. Enjoy the great outdoors in February even if it’s raining

    Enjoy the great outdoors in February even if it’s raining

    You know that it rains and snows in February but it needn't mean you have to stay indoors. With a warm, waterproof coat and an umbrella, get outside to spend... Read More
  7. Ornamental grasses – early to mid spring is time to tidy up

    Ornamental grasses – early to mid spring is time to tidy up

    Now is the time to tidy up many ornamental grasses - but what to do depends on whether they are deciduous or evergreen and on the species. Read on to... Read More
  8. Potatoes - an unusual Valentine's Day gift!

    Potatoes - an unusual Valentine's Day gift!

    How about a pack of seed potatoes for your Valentine today? OK, not the usual gift, but anyone who loves a roast potato, or a summer salad with warm new... Read More
  9. Pancake day ideas; raspberry pancake pudding

    Pancake day ideas; raspberry pancake pudding

    https://youtu.be/IDY-nWt53Is Pancake Day in the UK, often associated with squeezy lemon juice, was always based upon the thin crepe style pancakes so beloved of our homeland. Recent years have seen... Read More
  10. Oysters Rockefeller; a great recipe for Valentine’s Day

    Oysters Rockefeller; a great recipe for Valentine’s Day

    https://youtu.be/SRHIbeYbX6c We often overlook oysters as a viable meal idea, instead choosing on occasion to pay way over the odds in a champagne bar or perhaps a seafood restaurant. There... Read More
  11. Plant breeding makes 'improved' plants but don’t forget ordinary species!

    Plant breeding makes 'improved' plants but don’t forget ordinary species!

    Plant breeding has been improving plants for centuries. More beautiful, more hardy, more productive, more delicious, bigger, brighter – you name it, amateur and professional plant breeders are interested in... Read More
  12. Trim winter heather after flowering to keep it neat and bushy

    Trim winter heather after flowering to keep it neat and bushy

    Winter heather has been giving us a good amount of colour for a few months. Up and down the country, in beds and containers, it has been lifting gardens and... Read More

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