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    • Planning and Planting a Spring Garden in 2014


      “To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.” These famous words spoken by the late, great Audrey Hepburn sum up that feeling of excitement about new beginnings we feel when planning and planting our garden in early spring. The first tiny green sprout we see peeking out from the dirt gives us hope that the bitter cold is behind us and the coming days will be filled with warmth and sunshine. This spring will be a wonderful season to celebrate the return of nice weather with the beautiful, colourful and eco-friendly gardening trends of 2014. If you haven’t started planning your spring garden yet, now is the time to do so.


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      Posted on 24/02/14 by in Blog
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    • How to Improve Your Garden For Less



      The year has begun, and you want to overhaul your garden, replacing withered flowers with new and beautiful ones but don’t have enough. Maintaining a beautiful garden can be a costly activity to an average homeowner. However, this does not mean that you need to break your bank or spend up to the last coin of in your pocket on your garden makeovers. There are many ways you can make your garden awesome without spending a lot of money.


      Here are a few creative ways you can improve the look of your garden, spend less, and save more.

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      Posted on 21/01/14 by in Blog
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    • What will 2014 bring for your Garden?


      2014 is a great year for plenty of plants in the UK. There will be no lack of water or moderate temperatures, so you can expect to grow hearty vegetables and fruits well. Although the winter has not been as cold as expected, it isn’t a particularly exciting time for gardening. Many fruits and plants have survived where they may not have in colder seasons. So what should you expect this year? 2014 should start out with much of the same weather you’ve been experiencing. Rainfall is expected to be above average, and temperatures may be chillier than normal. Covering plants this year is important as well. And, of course, there are lots of new plants for you to try this year, too.

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      Posted on 20/01/14 by in Blog
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