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  1. Mulch and feed your garden: now’s the time to start

    Q: Why mulch and feed, and what is the difference? A: Read on! What is mulch and why use it? Mulch is a loose layer of material spread on the... Read More
  2. How to make little paper envelopes, and good compost with paper

    December is the month of wrapping paper, folding paper and generally trying to make paper fit round awkward objects that don’t want to be wrapped. There comes a point when... Read More
  3. It's time to cut back tall summer-flowering shrubs

    It's time to cut back tall summer-flowering shrubs

    Hurricanes, tropical storms, autumnal gales and all the rest – wind is very much in the news at present. It’s a good idea to cut back tall summer-flowering shrubs so... Read More
  4. World Environment Day in your own garden

    World Environment Day in your own garden

    World Environment Day is on 5th June and it’s all about connecting people to nature. Get outdoors and into nature, appreciate its beauty, and think about how we’re part of... Read More
  5. Good soil is the key to happy and healthy plants

    Good soil is the key to happy and healthy plants

    We all want happy and healthy plants and good soil is key to making that happen. (Of course, there are a few happy and healthy exceptions to this: air plants... Read More
  6. Develop a low maintenance garden by working with nature

    Develop a low maintenance garden by working with nature

    Mowing, weeding and watering are the most disliked jobs in the garden. Follow our suggestions about working with nature to create a low maintenance garden. After the initial work you’ll... Read More
  7. Autumn preparations for winter in the garden: part 3!

    Autumn preparations for winter in the garden: part 3!

    Never mind spring cleaning - autumn preparations are essential to protect your garden from the worst of winter. Use our top tips to guide you. Autumn preparations: tidy up I... Read More
  8. Create a garden indoors with houseplants

    Create a garden indoors with houseplants

    Create a garden indoors Houseplants offer colours, shapes and sizes to suit every room and mood. With a little care many live for years. Most appreciate some TLC as summer... Read More
  9. Gardening tips, and strawberries and cream - on your table!

    Gardening tips, and strawberries and cream - on your table!

    Strawberries and cream - on your table! Strawberry plants have pretty flowers now, and flavours to savour in the summer. Six steps to strawberries in your garden Try a strawberry... Read More
  10. Choosing plants, cold weather protection and compost - tips!

    Choosing plants, cold weather protection and compost - tips!

    Choosing plants for your garden Different plants need different amounts of sun or shade and water. Some only grow well in soils that are acidic – others in alkaline chalky... Read More
  11. Mix it up with an orgy for the senses!

    Mix it up with an orgy for the senses!

      If political correctness was a food, our money would be on kale! Let’s be honest, how many of us had truly heard of it until our Anglophile superfood ambassador... Read More

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