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Avoid Slipping and Falling on Ice

Posted on December 1, 2020

You may think there’s nothing to worry about, and you might even giggle when your mate goes down, but the truth is that there is nothing funny about slipping and falling on ice. It can lead to serious injuries that can take ages to heal. So don’t let yourself become another statistic and do what […]

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How to keep away harmful garden pests?

Posted on September 15, 2020

Harmful garden pests can really ruin a garden and discourage enthusiasts. And while there are many pests naturally occurring in the environment, there are also various solutions and practices that could be implemented to save your garden. All the hard work you have put into the maintenance of your garden should not be wasted just […]

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Tips on dealing with slippery hard surfaces

Posted on August 6, 2020

It is common to find growths such as algae, lichens, liverworts and moss growing on hard surfaces. Contrary to popular belief, they do not damage what they are growing on, but can cause slippery hard surfaces such as pathways, drives, steps and patios especially when wet. What is the danger? Slippery paths and steps covered […]

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Drought Resistant Plants for UK

Posted on June 18, 2020

With the climate changing, globally and in the UK, comes the need for adopting a different approach, regarding resource preservation, sustainable food production or renewable energy generation. And gardening, be it for food growing or to create an aesthetic environment for ourselves, is no exception. British people, especially in the South, are purchasing drought resistant […]

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How to spring clean your garden

Posted on May 11, 2020

Spring clean your garden and get rid of built-up grime plus give your outdoor space a spruce up, in preparation for the summer season ahead. Tidy up Start by clearing out your borders and planters and removing any dead branches and debris. Use secateurs to trim back overgrown plants and hedges to make your flowerbeds […]

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Getting your garden ready for Spring

Posted on April 3, 2020

As important as the right plants are, they can’t do all the work for you. if you want a great garden this summer it’s vital to start getting your garden ready for spring now. Before you begin planting in the spring, here are a few steps you should take to prepare your garden for a […]

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Spring lawn care advice

Posted on March 9, 2020

Now is the time to start thinking about your spring lawn care program. You might not know it, but your lawn pays you back for all the hard work you put into it – with the correct spring lawn acre your lawn will serve as a huge source of air conditioning for your garden, keeping […]

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Warning – slippery paths

Posted on December 20, 2019

It is common to find growths such as algae, lichens, liverworts and moss growing on hard surfaces. Contrary to popular belief, they do not damage what they are growing on, but can cause slippery patios, drives, paths and steps especially when wet. What is the danger? Slippery paths and steps covered in algae-like growths, liverworts, […]

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Prepare your garden for frost

Posted on September 16, 2019

As the days start to get shorter and the temperature drops, it’s important to prepare your garden for frost and all that the winter season has to throw at it.  Plan ahead so you are ready to protect your garden if a sharp frost suddenly occurs after a long, warm autumn. Here are some of […]

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Autumn Garden Tasks

Posted on September 12, 2019

Autumn is upon us, the evenings are gradually drawing in and winter is fast approaching. Autumn is the ideal time to give your garden a thorough tidy, before the cold weather sets in. As well as clearing fallen leaves, there are lots of other simple tasks that will make a big difference to the look […]

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