2018

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Autumn Lawn Care Tips

on 17th September 2018 Comments Off on Autumn Lawn Care Tips

At the end of summer our lawns can look a little worse for wear with bare patches in the shape of paddling pools, unwanted moss and weeds starting to creep amongst the carefully tended grass, and scuffs and dents from impromptu football matches with the kids. The good news is that autumn is a great

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Nicola BrownAutumn Lawn Care Tips

Five Vegetable Crops That You Can Sow In Autumn

on 14th September 2018 Comments Off on Five Vegetable Crops That You Can Sow In Autumn

With the long warm days of summer now gone and the first signs of autumn starting to show, you might think the time of sowing vegetables is long past. The good news is there are a number of vegetables, that if you get in the ground now, will give you crops right through winter and

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Nicola BrownFive Vegetable Crops That You Can Sow In Autumn

How to Keep Your Garden Healthy Whilst on Holiday

on 6th August 2018 Comments Off on How to Keep Your Garden Healthy Whilst on Holiday

It’s typical. Just as you start looking forward to your summer holiday, your garden seems to look lovelier than ever! As such, you have to start thinking about making those necessary arrangements that will ensure the survival of your precious plants and flowers while you are away. Failing to take the necessary precautions when it

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Nicola BrownHow to Keep Your Garden Healthy Whilst on Holiday

Six Tips For Saving Water In Your Garden

on 30th July 2018 Comments Off on Six Tips For Saving Water In Your Garden

Keeping your garden hydrated during a hot spell can be a time consuming challenge. It can also be an expensive undertaking if you have a water meter fitted. But the need to save water during the warmer summer months is actually driven by factors that extend far beyond our own back yard. The uncomfortable truth

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Why Every Garden Needs a Bug Hotel

on 27th June 2018 Comments Off on Why Every Garden Needs a Bug Hotel

Bugs, critters, creepy crawlies – call them what you like. When it comes to insects people can have mixed emotions. But love them or hate them there’s no getting away from the fact that insects play a vital role in our gardens and are essential for sustaining our natural environment. If we want our gardens

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Nicola BrownWhy Every Garden Needs a Bug Hotel

7 Things You Need To Do Before Tackling Your Garden Transformation

on 17th May 2018 Comments Off on 7 Things You Need To Do Before Tackling Your Garden Transformation

After a long cold Winter, Spring has finally arrived and the warm sunshine is tempting us back out into our gardens. However, our first forays outside are also the time when we start to notice those neglected patches of garden that we always said we’d get round to replanting or landscaping last year. Now is

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Nicola Brown7 Things You Need To Do Before Tackling Your Garden Transformation

In the Night Garden

on 22nd March 2018 Comments Off on In the Night Garden

Are you someone who works on your garden all year-round only to head on inside the house once the sun goes down? If so, then you may already be pondering over some garden lighting ideas that will help keep you outdoors for longer. Thankfully, the benefits of installing outdoor lighting reach far beyond simply buying

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Choosing Garden Fencing

on 22nd February 2018 Comments Off on Choosing Garden Fencing

Garden fencing serves many purposes. It marks the border between adjoining properties and provides privacy from prying neighbours. It keeps escapologist pets (and children) safely in your garden, as well as helping to keep your garden secure from potential intruders. Yet fencing brings so much more to your garden. With the vast choice of available

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Nicola BrownChoosing Garden Fencing