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October Gardening Projects

October Gardening Projects

Garden Projects for the month of October The month of October is a good time for an ‘Autumn’ clean and a perfect opportunity to revive the garden for the coming season. This is the best time to clean up your perennials and dispose of all annuals, so why not also in the big clean look…

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March Gardening Project

March Gardening Project

Invest in ground cover Shrubs and Alpines. (This means no weeding cuts down on labour intensive gardening we have a good selection available) Choose colour in your garden, for example when the sun fades some coloured shrubs fade but yellow or variegated shrubs are the last colour to disappear with the light and the first…

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The Language of Plants and Their Meanings

The Language of Plants and Their Meanings

People for centuries use specific flora to convey secret messages . Maybe for a loved one you can give that special plant for a gift. ALOE. Affection and Healing BASIL. Good wishes BAY. Glory CHIVES. Usefulness CROCUS. Gladness DAFFODIL. Regards EDELWEISS. Devotion FERN. Sincerity FORGET ME NOT. Forget me not HELIOTROPE. Eternal Love HOLLY. Hope…

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February Garden Projects

February Garden Projects

Christmas seems to have come and gone in a flash and now we are well into the New Year. As the first shoots of spring growth are around the corner, we look at what you can do this month to keep those fingers green. While we still sit on these dark nights and plan outdoor…

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December Gardening Tips

December Gardening Tips

Plant Laurels, Leylandii, Thujas, pyracanthas and other hedging now. Continue to plant Winter pansies, Heathers, and Hardy Cyclamen  this will brighten up your  front door in containers for Christmas. Protect tender plants with fleece we have a good selection of fleece bags for  palms And tender large plants. Dig borders to allow the winter to…

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Christmas Trees Arriving

Live Xmas trees arriving Wednesday 21st November. We have a lovely selection this year with old favourites and some new varieties. Old Favourites . Nordmann Fir (Abies Nordmanniana) This is a species of fir indigenous to the mountains of South East of the Black Sea The most popular tree in the U.K. Non drop needle…

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