How to Get Rid of Slugs in the Garden Naturally

Friday, 29 May 2020 11:58:38 Europe/London

how to get rid of slugs in the gardenSlugs can be a big pain for gardeners, and they love to eat holes through your plants leaves, stems, flowers, roots, tubers and bulbs. Slugs eating away at your prized plants is a serious issue leaving behind slime trails, scarred leaves and lost seedlings. In this article we will explain some different effective organic and natural slug control that is both manageable and affordable to help get rid of slugs in your house, garden, kitchen or patio.

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10 Simple Ways to Attract Wildlife to Your Garden

Tuesday, 26 May 2020 09:25:59 Europe/London

Make your garden wildlife friendlyGarden wildlife has well and truly sprung into action over the last few weeks, with reports of people sighting a whole range of creatures and minibeasts during lockdown. The absence of many people out and about, instead confined to their homes, has also attracted more rarer types of wildlife to the UK.

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A Simple Guide to Garden Seeds

Monday, 18 May 2020 12:36:04 Europe/London

Growing seedsThe current popularity boom in gardening that’s developed during deadlock has seen seed sales surge all around the world, with reports emerging of record demand. So, as more people turn to gardening as a hobby and stock up on seeds, what better time to give a quick guide to what you need to know about these embryonic plants.

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Top 10 Tips for People New to Gardening

Tuesday, 12 May 2020 09:17:28 Europe/London

Using a bulb planterWith lockdown still underway and many people now with much more time on their hands, the popularity of gardening is growing. People are using their free time to turn their fingers green and take up gardening as a new hobby.

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Home Gardening Tips in Lockdown

Thursday, 23 April 2020 09:18:45 Europe/London

Pruning plantsThe ongoing Covid-19 lockdown has given many of us a lot more time to spend in our gardens enjoying our plants. In these unprecedented times, we’re free to try out all of those gardening dreams that we’ve held on to for years, but never got around to realising.

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We're Growing Our Own Food, Here's How You Can Too!

Wednesday, 15 April 2020 09:18:15 Europe/London

Cartoon plantsWith the recent changes to our everyday living habits, many are now beginning to explore new hobbies. One such hobby seems to be gardening; specifically, growing vegetables, fruits and herbs.

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Common Garden Weeds

Wednesday, 25 March 2020 10:11:48 Europe/London

Creeping ButtercupSpring is nearing full bloom with every passing day, but with all her glory and tranquillity also come the dreaded weeds! As any nature lover will know, weeds can be an unpleasant sight. While some may be a little worse than others (no one really minds a daisy, do they?), there are some unruly contenders which can grow fast, cause injury and spread across our gardens in a matter of days. Luckily, our ability to spot them gives us the advantage. Many weeds are easy to kill, using the correct method, so recognising common weeds can be the best way to curb their spread.

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Growing Vegetables in Pots

Tuesday, 17 March 2020 14:30:17 Europe/London

Carrots and other vegetables in a basketSpring is upon us and many of us are looking forward to this year's growth, but an issue which I and many others struggle with is limited garden space and poor quality ground soil. Luckily, you don’t need a huge garden to grow your own vegetables. Here’s how you can grow your veggies in pots (and which of those vegetables thrive in this environment).

 

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Greenhouse Insulation

Thursday, 12 March 2020 14:29:10 Europe/London

Greenhouse with tomatosGreenhouses are a gardener’s best friend. They allow us to grow to our heart’s content, rain or shine and even grow a variety of plants which our own climate would not normally tolerate. Despite their plentiful benefits and peaceful, serene setting, many gardeners will know the struggles of managing a greenhouse through winter.

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Gardening Trends in 2020

Monday, 17 February 2020 11:47:59 Europe/London

Large salad plantsEvery year has its own gardening trends, as new activities take hold to help make a particular year just that little bit different to the previous one. In 2020, we’re obviously dealing with a new decade, not just a new year, so looking ahead is even more exciting.

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