Month: April 2019

Hello garden lovers

I love my garden. It is my favourite place to be, with the calming scent of Lavender and the joyful symphony of bird song .

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organic gardening

Organic Gardening

Organic gardening is exactly the same as regular gardening except that no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides are used.

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Garden Furniture, Some Things To Consider

Garden furniture doesn’t get the same care and attention that other furniture gets. There are at least five things to consider when looking at buying furniture for outdoors.

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Ten Easy Annuals To Sow

Annual plants are an excellent way of bringing colour into your garden and the best time for sowing them is in the height of spring from March to early June.

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Dress up your home exterior with window boxes

Flowers filled in window boxes is a good way to dress up your home exterior.

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Lawn care, maintenance

“How to” for Lawns – Mowing

How often you mow your lawn will depend on a number of factors. Lawns should be mowed at least once a fortnight to keep them in check.How often you mow your lawn will depend on a number of factors. Lawns should be mowed at least once a fortnight to keep them in check.

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Choosing Compost for House and Garden Plants

The compost used for plants can provide the right growing conditions for healthy plants. Making careful selection of a suitable potting mix is vital. Knowing what is likely to be in a mix and why it is there helps to make a more informed decision.

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pyramid trellis design

Pyramid Trellis Designs and Uses

Pyramid trellises are an often underutilized element in garden and landscape design. In this article, we’ll explain how these unique and relatively inexpensive trellis designs can add a visual punch to your yard.

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indoor herbs in pots

5 herbs and veggies that love growing indoors

People opt indoor gardening these days as they provide better yields than growing outdoors. Among its many health benefits, gardening is one of the best ways to get attached to nature to feel relaxed and calm.
It helps in fighting stress and gives you a sense of wellbeing. But what if you have very limited space to grow outdoors or that the soil condition is too bad? Well, the only option left is to grow indoors. So , when you have already planned for growing indoors, let’s choose the best 5 herbs and veggies that love to grow indoors.

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How to make a Bee Hotel

Making a bee hotel will encourage solitary bees into your garden to pollinate your flowers, fruit and veg.

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Summer Bulbs to Give Vibrant Garden Displays

Summer flowering bulbs are the secret to creating stunning colour to your garden through the summer season. Plant your bulbs and tubers into beds, borders or containers in spring after the last of the frost has passed.

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Garden Law, Know Your Rights

It is important to note that laws concerning property varies between different councils and certainly different countries. These are some basic guides to garden law. You should always check with your local council before addressing any of these issues. Guide to Garden Boundaries Garden boundaries are usually shared between neighbours. The title deeds to your […]

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Shade-loving Annuals, Perennials and Bulbs

Most gardens have that untouched area of shade that is neglected when the rest of the garden is majestic in full summer bloom.In small and in particular townhouse gardens, shaded areas can seem difficult if you desire a beautiful garden full of vibrant fragrant flowers but there are plenty of plants which actually prefer damp or dry, shaded positions.

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