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How To Make a Wildlife Pond

How To Make a Wildlife Pond

29.05.2024

Honestly, do you ever think about how weird it is that ‘pond life’ has become a derogatory phrase and insult, when actual pond life contains some of the mo … Read more

29.05.2024

A Guide to Perennial Flowers

A Guide to Perennial Flowers

27.05.2024

After a cold start to the year, the recent warm weather has seen a huge spurt in growth in almost everything in the Quickcrop garden and tunnel. It is wond … Read more

27.05.2024

How to Tackle Garden Slugs

How to Tackle Garden Slugs

22.05.2024

2024 has been another year with lots of reports of seemingly insurmountable slug problems in UK gardens. You can theorise as to why slug populations seem … Read more

22.05.2024

A Beginner's Guide to Keeping Chickens

A Beginner's Guide to Keeping Chickens

13.05.2024

In recent years more and more households - both rural and urban - have decided to keep backyard chickens or poultry. As well as being a source of ‘homema … Read more

13.05.2024

Vintage Garden Tools

Vintage Garden Tools

08.05.2024

We all know that gardening can sometimes be an expensive hobby, and when it comes to garden tools it can be tempting to go for the cheaper option where one … Read more

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08.05.2024

Planting Out Vegetable Seedlings

Planting Out Vegetable Seedlings

30.04.2024

O.K., so you've managed to produce your own seedling plants or have bought in some promising looking specimens. You have hardened them off and are ready … Read more

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30.04.2024

How to Grow Beetroot

How to Grow Beetroot

15.04.2024

Beetroot is one of my best friends in the garden as we get so much out of it: using it for juicing, grating it for salads, roasting, baking and - my fa … Read more

15.04.2024

The Vegetable Garden in March

The Vegetable Garden in March

19.03.2024

March can be a deceptive month. The season is clearly starting to turn with warmer days, grass beginning to grow and buds opening on fruit bushes, yet it i … Read more

19.03.2024

Xeriscaping and Drought Tolerant Plants

Xeriscaping and Drought Tolerant Plants

14.03.2024

It might sound like a phrase from some futuristic sci-fi story involving androids and off-world colonies, but xeriscaping actually comes from the Greek word ‘ … Read more

14.03.2024