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  1. Garden compost and potting compost – why you need both

    Garden compost and potting compost – why you need both

    Use compost! But which one, garden compost or potting compost? You need both in the garden and we help you make the right choice with this post. Garden compost Fork... Read More
  2. Create a calm and comfortable corner in your garden

    This April, many of our posts will be about encouraging calm and tranquillity as it’s Stress Awareness Month. Today, I’ll talk about creating a calm corner in the garden by... Read More
  3. How to buy the best plants from a garden centre or supermarket

    Even if there is another burst of winter weather, spring really is practically here. The supermarket and garden centre are already starting to blossom with plants for the garden, balcony... Read More
  4. Grow your own herbal tea garden for fresher and tastier brews

    Grow your own herbal tea garden for fresher and tastier brews

    Herbs can make lovely tea with some great health benefits. Herbal tea from home-grown herbs smells so much fresher and tastes very much better than tea bags. It’s a great... Read More
  5. 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
  6. Plant crown imperials in autumn and they flower in spring

    Crown imperials in February? Yes, I know that you plant them in autumn and they flower in April or May. Reading about this remarkable plant in February, though, might lift... Read More
  7. Remove weed and grass seedlings before they flower and seed

    Remove weed and grass seedlings before they flower and seed

    Weed and grass seeds are happy to germinate in winter, and this winter has helped them along by being quite mild in patches. Unless you take them out, weed and... Read More
  8. How to sow sweet peas for bunches of scented flowers in summer

    How to sow sweet peas for bunches of scented flowers in summer

    Sweet peas can transform your garden into a scented and wonderfully coloured haven. Sowing and growing them can be as complicated or as simple as you like, and it’s a... Read More
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. Pest alert: just get rid of them this winter

    Pest alert: just get rid of them this winter

    It’s a pest! We give some pointers to getting rid of snails, mice, rats and winter moth caterpillars over the winter. We’re all keen to get in out of the... Read More
  12. Love lilies in the summer? Plant bulbs now!

    Love lilies in the summer? Plant bulbs now!

    Lilies can add an exotic touch to your summer garden, whether they are in pots or in the flower border. They are easy to grow from bulbs and this is... Read More

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