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  • House plants are more popular than ever!
    September 24, 2021

    House plants are more popular than ever!

    Since the start of 2020, sales of house plants have increased by over 80% up and down the country. House plants seem to have remained as popular as ever, helped largely by the lockdown, when people who might not have...

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  • Autumn gardening tips
    September 17, 2021

    Autumn gardening tips

    With the nights beginning to draw in, you will want to scrub off any shade paint you currently have on your greenhouses. This will allow more sunlight through (if we're lucky!) and save you money on heating. Make a start...

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  • Bank Holiday Mega Sale Now On
    August 25, 2021

    Bank Holiday Mega Sale Now On

    Grab a bargain before it’s gone this bank holiday with huge savings on everything from garden furniture to pet food. Stock is limited so don’t wait around, pop in store today. Save  £549 on garden furniture Everyone needs this Bonaire...

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  • D.I.Y Compost
    August 6, 2021

    D.I.Y Compost

    When left to its own devices, all organic matter will eventually break down thanks to bacteria, fungi and hungry insects! Vegetable peel, egg shells, coffee grounds, garden clippings plus more can all be composted, and with the average UK household...

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  • Why Insects Are a Gardeners Best Friend
    July 19, 2021

    Why Insects Are a Gardeners Best Friend

    With around 27,000 species of insects in the UK alone, it’s not hard to see why they play such an important role in our ecosystem. The 3 types of insects include pollinators, de-composers and predators – each being vital to...

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  • Peat-Free Gardening
    July 19, 2021

    Peat-Free Gardening

    Peat has been a staple ingredient in compost for over 50 years due to its ability to retain moisture and air, plus it is generally free of pests and disease making it seemingly ideal for seeds to germinate. The UK...

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