Category: top tips

10 Tips To Get Your Garden Ready For Summer

10 tips to get your garden ready for the summer, now is the time! 1 – Tidy up your borders and paths, sweep and weed. The easiest way to make…

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Gardening Activities For Self Isolation.

With us being told to stay at home in light of the current Corona Virus, now is the time to give your garden some attention and get your gardening hats…

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Are Climbing Plants Really Bad for Your House?

Getting to the bottom of Ivy’s bad climbing reputation. The Problem: We’ve all heard the ugly rumours: Ivy and other climbing plants will ruin the façade of your home. However,…

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22 Inexpensive Ways To Add Curb Appeal To Your Home

Whether you own, rent, or are selling your home – curb appeal is everything. Having a beautiful looking house on the outside invites guests in, and entices potential buyers to…

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15 Veggies That Are Perfect For Container Gardening.

For those of you that would like to grow your own produce but do not have ample space for allotments you can always turn to container gardening! There is a…

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8 Tips Master Gardeners Would Never Tell You

If you love growing fruits and veggies, you probably try to soak up all the gardening tips you can get. Master gardeners have their own secrets that the rest of…

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6 Reasons You Should Scatter Eggshells All Over Your Garden

It’s no secret that eggs, full of protein, vitamins, and minerals (enough to grow a baby chicken from just one cell) are one of the most nutritious foods on the…

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EPSOM SALT: 10 Brilliant Things it Can Do For Your Garden and Plants

Epsom salt is comprised of hydrated magnesium sulfate, a naturally occurring mineral first found in the well waters of Epsom, England. Epsom salt has a variety of home remedy applications – the two…

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Bedding plants and displays for your Spring garden.

From elaborate public garden designs and street planters to the smallest front garden, bedding plants provide a temporary decorative seasonal display for beds, borders, containers and hanging baskets. Bedding can…

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What To Plant In Your Autumn Garden Part 2

Cool- Season Vegetables What to plant: You can continue planting and harvesting many vegetables in the autumn by starting fast-growing varieties from seed or by purchasing transplants from local garden…

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