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Our gardens act as the first line of defence in deterring potential intruders. Designing simple yet effective security elements in to a garden protects your valuables both inside and outside your home. In this article we ...
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Water is the source of life for our gardens. It provides essential nutrients to our plants and flowers, whilst also helping maintain luscious green grass during parched hot humid summer heatwaves. Garden irrigation ...
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Its turning out to be a cracking summer so far, after a winter that had the horticulturally tricky combination of waterlogged ground followed by sub-zero temperatures, it’s all come together nicely! The cold ...
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For centuries, Scotland's national symbol has been the thistle. This spiky purple plant - made up of various types including the spear, melancholy and pernicious thistle - has found its way into the heart of Scottish ...
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David Harber is an award winning artist creating innovative sculptural designs. He is renowned for his exquisite signature sundials, sculptures and water features. He has collections around the UK and abroad from private ...
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