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    • 7 Ways To Re-Invent Your Garden


      A garden can not only improve the look of your home, but it can also provide a great deal of joy and even fresh flowers, herbs, fruits and vegetables depending on what kind of garden you have. Part of the beauty of gardening is that you can always be doing something different, finding new plants to enjoy and all around re-inventing your garden.



      Here are seven super simple, yet effective ways to re-design your garden for maximum visual impact and seamless functionality.

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      Posted on 19/12/13 by in Blog
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    • 7 Garden and Home Articles We Love and Think You Will Too (17.10.2013)


      In today’s post I’ve got a great roundup for you, a veritable cacophony of tips, advice and inspiration for your garden and home.


      Let’s dig in…

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      Posted on 17/10/13 by in Blog Round Ups
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    • 7 Garden and Home Articles We Love and Think You Will Too (09.10.2013)


      Today I have a great line up of interesting and informative garden and home related blog posts from some great blogs.


      We’ve got more on gardens to visit, fruit trees, planting happiness, gardens in the sky and much more.


      Ready? Let’s take a look!

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      Posted on 11/10/13 by in Blog Round Ups
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    • 10 Stylish Ideas for your Garden for 2014


      Wow, 2013 is nearly over already and many home owners will now be beginning to think about what they are going to do with their gardens in 2014. Well we have put together a list of our top tips on what you can do in 2014 to make your garden look great!

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      Posted on 17/09/13 by in Blog
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    • 10 Easy Ways to Protect Your Garden Against the Winter Weather


      Winter is not exactly the most exciting time of year for gardeners, but few people realize how really destructive winter weather can be to the plants you have cared for most of the year. There are several steps you can take to better protect your garden during the winter so that all of your hard work did not go to waste.

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      Posted on 16/09/13 by in Blog
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