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  1. 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
  2. 3 tips for August bank holiday in the garden

    3 tips for August bank holiday in the garden

    It’s the August bank holiday in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and, as is traditional, the weather picture is mixed. Here are three tips for what to do in the... Read More
  3. 5 ways to care for your summer containers

    5 ways to care for your summer containers

    Summer containers are looking so good at the moment. Keep them flowering and continuing to look good from summer into autumn by investing some time and paying them a little... Read More
  4. A garden parasol improves your life

    A garden parasol improves your life

    It’s remarkable how useful a garden parasol can be and how it adds a sense of fun and occasion. It’s essential for relaxing around a shady table enjoying a long... Read More
  5. Be ready for sunshine with an outdoor dining set and free parasol

    Be ready for sunshine with an outdoor dining set and free parasol

    Get ahead of the sunshine curve When the sun is out we all want to take advantage of it – strolling, sitting, relaxing. Don’t waste time later thinking about ‘What... Read More
  6. Plant summer-fruiting and autumn-fruiting raspberries

    Plant summer-fruiting and autumn-fruiting raspberries

    Raspberries! You can keep your strawberries! Raspberries are my favourite soft fruit. And as there are both summer-fruiting and autumn-fruiting varieties, the season for rasp-lovers is long, running from July... Read More
  7. Blackberries! It's time to go brambling

    Blackberries! It's time to go brambling

    Blackberries are quite delicious. You can grow them in your garden but, for me, blackberries from the hedgerow or from brambles growing over from the neighbour’s garden are the best... Read More
  8. Sun lounger - 5 great reasons to stretch out (if you need them)

    Sun lounger - 5 great reasons to stretch out (if you need them)

    Sun lounger for summer At last we can move to the sun lounger! After a bit of build-up from the weather forecasters the sun is actually here for most of... Read More
  9. TOWIE's Liam Gatsby's having a pool party!

    TOWIE's Liam Gatsby's having a pool party!

    https://twitter.com/OnlyWayIsEssex/status/762962509875798016 It’s Liam’s birthday. Well, it was his birthday on Tuesday 9th August. He’s having a pool party! Everybody’s invited – will everybody show?? Hello babe. Wotcha doin’? Wanna come... Read More
  10. Weather flash - warm spell to make a guest appearance

    Weather flash - warm spell to make a guest appearance

    Warm spell on the way! If all this TOWIE talk about a pool party is getting you in the mood for a pool or garden party of your own, you’re... Read More
  11. Autumn flowering bulbs gleam from September to November

    Autumn flowering bulbs gleam from September to November

    I don’t want to jinx the weather if it’s gloriously sunny and your plans include relaxing in the garden or being out and about. Autumn will seem far, far away... Read More
  12. Seasons. Summer begins on 21 June – or is it 1 May or 1 June?

    Seasons. Summer begins on 21 June – or is it 1 May or 1 June?

    Field Rose (Rosa arvensis), generally thought to be Shakespeare's sweet musk rose. © Copyright Robin Stott and licensed for re-use under Creative Commons Licence Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic Gardeners look... Read More

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