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January gardening jobs

The winter months may not offer the best conditions for gardening, but they do provide ample time and opportunity to hit the ground running with early planting and maintenance.

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Top 5 winter gardening tips

Contrary to popular belief, winter isn’t a time of year to hang up your gardening gloves and tools, and take a step back.

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What makes a garden so eco-friendly?

What better place to lower your carbon footprint and reduce the impact you have on the planet than in your own green space.

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Animals in your garden?

Creating a place for creatures big and small is the inspiration behind many green spaces.

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Planning ahead when considering plant support for your garden

We’ll say it first – plant supports are the best kept secret in gardening! 

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Getting your garden autumn ready

Summer may be almost over, but autumn represents an exciting time in the gardening calendar. What you do in your garden during autumn can have a lasting impact, helping to protect that precious plant life throughout the long, cold winter and bring it back to its blooming best come summer.

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Plant supports and your dahlias

Dahlias are truly stunning additions to any garden. Despite their reputation, they are in fact rather simple to grow, and yield beautiful blooms from summer right through to autumn so you can enjoy a wow factor and riot of colour in your own outdoor space.

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What is an obelisk?

When preparing your garden for the summer and transforming your outdoor space into the entertaining or relaxing place it should be, it’s all about those accessories.

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What are wind spinners?

With spring officially here and the weather gearing up to make way for a fantastic summer, the garden is certainly where the heart is during the warmer months.

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How to start your own garden

If you’re lucky enough to have a blank canvas in your back garden that needs a little love, spring is a great time to get started with your garden design.

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