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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. 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
  3. Mulching - how to suppress weeds and make lovely, warm, moist soil

    Mulching means putting down a nice thick blanket of compost or other material on top of the soil in spring or autumn. It’s great at keeping weeds down. It keeps... Read More
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. Your summer garden: take action now to make the most of it!

    Your summer garden: take action now to make the most of it!

    Summer is just round the corner, really, and now is the time to take action so that you can make the most of your summer garden. Tackle our three areas... Read More
  7. Love your garden by clearing up and using garden compost

    Love your garden by clearing up and using garden compost

    Clear up and use your garden compost to sort out your plants and improve the soil ready for next year. It will make your garden look and feel loved for... Read More
  8. 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
  9. Protect tender plants and take the tomatoes in hand this autumn

    As the cooler weather of autumn arrives, it’s time for us to help the last of the tomatoes to ripen and to protect more tender plants. Time has flown and... Read More
  10. Strawberries! And be a sparkling cordial host

    Strawberries! And be a sparkling cordial host

    Why are strawberries called strawberries? Strawberries planted back in April are starting to swell now. Soon they’ll be ready to eat. But before they get to that mouth-watering bright-red-all-over-stage and... Read More
  11. What is Miss Marple doing in her garden? Deadheading, secateurs

    What is Miss Marple doing in her garden? Deadheading, secateurs

    Miss Marple, one of Agatha Christie’s most well known characters, spends a lot of time in her garden in St Mary Mead. More often than not she’s deadheading her roses... Read More

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