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Many gardens have areas where we struggle to grow shrubs and plants because of difficult growing conditions. It may be because the area is ..read more
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Gardeners and garden magazines often refer to the need to 're pot a plant' but how do you know when to do this? Re pot too soon and you ..read more
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There is so much to enjoy in the garden in June when all is still fresh and beginning to bloom. What is in flower in June still depends in ..read more
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Image Thorncroft A lovely new Clematis was launched at Chelsea by Thorncroft and the good news, it's scented. Clematis SUGAR SWEET ..read more
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This year has already proved to be quite dry and it makes sense to think about drought resistant plants. If you live in a part of the ..read more
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Just a few tips around the perennial question of when to plant out bedding: not yet. This question comes up regularly and the important ..read more
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  How to start a compost bin and keep it at its best   At Wheelie Bin Solutions we're seeing more and more customers ask us ..read more
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We look forward to the Daffodil season and so it is doubly disappointing if instead of cheery yellow or white flowers everywhere there are ..read more
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Sweet Peas naturally want to grow tall, leggy and keep on growing. As gardeners we want them to grow tall but also to produce lots of ..read more
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  Some sunshine and fine weather gives a chance to get out into the garden. This warm weather and rise in temperatures will aid ..read more

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