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  1. 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
  2. Variegated leaves lighten dark days

    Variegated leaves lighten dark days

    On dark, gloomy days variegated plants can leap out and lift your spirits. Let’s have a look at them. Variegated plants are those whose individual leaves have more than one... Read More
  3. 7 simple super ways with a festive rattan plant pot

    7 simple super ways with a festive rattan plant pot

    A rattan plant pot could make your winter holidays a great deal easier! Don’t just use them for houseplants or plants out on the terrace or patio. Decorate them with... Read More
  4. Protecting plants from winter’s cold, wet weather

    Protecting plants from winter’s cold, wet weather

    Protecting plants which are young or tender against the cold and wet of winter will make the most of your hard work through the year.  Read about the easy steps... Read More
  5. Get outside with a rug and patio heater

    Get outside with a rug and patio heater

    Although we’ve had one or two frosts, this autumn has been remarkably mild. Roses are still in bloom in many places and, amazingly, sweet peas are in flower in some... Read More
  6. Christmas cacti – how to make a good show

    Christmas cacti – how to make a good show

    Christmas cacti with their fountains of white, pink, red or purple flowers are a familiar sight in the winter. They are always admired, especially by people without green fingers, but... Read More
  7. How to jazz up your home with a change of cushions

    How to jazz up your home with a change of cushions

    The clocks have gone back and autumn is moving towards winter. Your spring and summer interior colour scheme might not suit the reality of nights drawing in and colder mornings... Read More
  8. A patio heater can benefit your outdoor space

    Even though summer is over it’s still very nice to sit outside in the garden or on patios, terraces and balconies. Rugs, jumpers and a patio heater help to take... Read More
  9. Winter interest is our aim for garden containers now!

    Winter interest is our aim for garden containers now!

    Winter interest in containers can come from flowers or foliage, and lifts my spirits on grey winter days. So this week I am on a mission to prepare containers that... Read More
  10. How to spring clean and care for your rattan furniture

    How to spring clean and care for your rattan furniture

    It's time to spring clean your rattan garden furniture! We’re in that undecided period of the year when it’s far from clear whether it’s spring or whether it’s winter. There’s... Read More
  11. Garden redesign - some tips on ideas, budget and scheduling

    Garden redesign - some tips on ideas, budget and scheduling

    Whether you’ve just moved in or been there for years, it might be time for a garden redesign. You can move on from a tired-looking garden, creating somewhere you love... Read More
  12. Winter gardens in the dark days of the dead of winter

    Winter gardens in the dark days of the dead of winter

    There are dark days in the dead of winter when you might think there is no natural colour left in the world. These are days when a visit to a... Read More

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