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How to make a hedgehog house

Making a hedgehog home is fun and getting it right is essential for the safety of your garden friends. 

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10 tips on growing your own cutting garden

Here are our top 10 tips on growing your own cutting garden.

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What to plant in the kitchen garden in March

Here’s what to sow and grow in your kitchen garden in March

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Treat your mother for Mother's Day

Wondering how to treat your mother for Mother's Day…wonder no more! Here are some fantastic ideas for Mother's Day 2022.

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Top 10 summer flower bulbs to grow

These top 10 summer flower bulbs to grow will brighten up any garden.

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15 gardening tips for March

Here are our top 15 gardening tips for March.

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Succulent care guide

This succulent care guide will help to ensure your succulents thrive in your home.

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Top 8 roses for scent

These eight roses are full of gorgeous scents, and there is bound to be one you love, or perhaps them all.

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How to make fat balls for birds

Fat balls are fun and easy to make at home, and here’s how it’s done. 

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Tips for urban gardening

Here are a few simple tips to turn your urban garden into a haven from the hustle and bustle of city life.

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Understanding bare-root plants

Bare-root plants are often much cheaper than container-grown plants. They’re a good option for hedging or big planting schemes.

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Ensure you have a pet-friendly garden

It’s essential to ensure you have a pet-friendly garden to keep your family pets safe in your garden when there are many opportunities for a pet to encounter something unwittingly, knowing it could cause a problem for themselves.

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