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June 2019 – Specialise this Summer!

June 2019 – Specialise this Summer!

There is something very special about being outside. To see the clouds, the sky, feeling the warmth of the sun and to experience the wind on our faces, to enjoy the sights, smells and touch of our world. Here are some ways you can make your garden feel that extra special: The liquid inside a coconut is strong ...

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May 2019 – A Surprise in Store!

May 2019 – A Surprise in Store!

Gardening is hardly a simple practice, it takes skills, commitment, and a bit of luck to grow flowers and veg. However, while most tips about gardening are quite common, some can be quite bizarre. Try these gardening points that may surprise you: Lay numerous sheets of newspaper over soil and cover with mulch, ...

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April 2019 – A New Lease Of Life!

April 2019 – A New Lease Of Life!

Spring can sometimes be an antsy time in our gardens. The weather is heating up, evening sunlight entices us outdoors, trees and spring bulbs are blooming, Now's the time to make your garden shine! Check out our To-Do list for the Month of April: Trim Summer and Autumn flowering shrubs before they set flower ...

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March 2019 – Begin the Spring Clean!

March 2019 – Begin the Spring Clean!

The month of March plays an important role in the life of a gardener. As spring finally reaches us, it's time to get busy by prepping seed beds, cutting back winter shrubs and overall tidying up around the garden. Here's a few tips to get you started: If any of your garden plants require support this year, put ...

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February 2019 – The Heart Of Our Gardens

February 2019 – The Heart Of Our Gardens

February is here! As many people are focused on Valentine’s Day, there is a love of our life that needs a keen eye... our gardens. Here are some valuable tips to maintain the heart and soul of your garden, and what makes it special. Moss will start growing on lawns before grass will, so now is the time to start ...

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January 2019 – New Beginnings in our Gardens

January 2019 – New Beginnings in our Gardens

January might be the middle of winter, but as the days lengthen the garden begins to grow anew. Now is a great time to plan for the beginning of the gardening year and to order seeds and plants. It may not be the most glamorous of winter tasks but it’s an important one. Cleaning greenhouses hugely improves the ...

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December 2018 – Gardening in time for Christmas

December 2018 – Gardening in time for Christmas

As Christmas is on the way, our to-do lists don’t usually cover gardening tasks at this time of year. However, if you are looking to keep up the pace of your gardening, don’t fret, there's still much to do. You can still plant out ferns and grass as they look as divine covered in frost as they do when in bloom. ...

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November 2018 – Lest We Forget Our Gardens

November 2018 – Lest We Forget Our Gardens

Starting a garden? It’s easy to remember to change your soil and buy your seeds. But you might just forget these five gardening jobs, but they will add immensely to the victory of your garden: Moisten new garden beds, wait 7-14 days before planting to flush weed seeds, and remove weed seedlings. By encouraging ...

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October 2018 – Overcoming Garden Challenges

October 2018 – Overcoming Garden Challenges

It happens so simply. You’ve got your plan, you know what you’re going to grow and where to grow it, you’re ready to plant – but somehow…you fall behind. So what do you do when it happens? Well, you could give up on the idea of fresh vegetables this year – or you could amend your plans a little and push on anyway. ...

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September 2018 – Adventurous Gardens

September 2018 – Adventurous Gardens

Providing your kids with unique outdoor adventures is a great way to let their creativity go wild, with the hope that it creates a unique viewpoint for them and establishes an outdoor adventure lifestyle later in life. Here are just some ways to encourage garden play for people of many ages. Never underestimate ...

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