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Plastic-free gardening is a hot topic at the moment. I’ve been detailing this journey on this Blog and my Youtube channel. So if you want to see where it started then have a look at this playlist to get up to speed. The idea of being plastic free in the garden can sometimes be greater […]

The post What’s the best Plastic Free Plant Pot? appeared first on Garden Ninja Ltd Garden Design.

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The grow your own movement has really taken off over the past decade here in the UK. You only have to look online to see Instagrammers and social media full of grow your own tips. People are turning to grow your own for a variety of reasons. You can grow a wider variety of produce. […]

The post No dig gardening for beginners; Charles Dowding explains to Garden Ninja appeared first on Garden Ninja Ltd Garden Design.

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It’s easy to think that increasing your hedge height, fences or trellis will bring peace and privacy in your garden. However, with the maximum fence height set at 2m in England. You’re only able to achieve so much with this method. I’m going to show you with a recent example of how you can use […]

The post Increasing Privacy in the Garden with Planting appeared first on Garden Ninja Ltd Garden Design.

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Creating a show garden is no mean feat. It takes months of planning, preparation and is a real consideration for any garden designer. Usually, your concept starts as a broader ‘idea’ before it is funnelled, refined and condensed into a show garden. However, memorial gardens are different, very different. They require the opposite considerations. You’re […]

The post Dianne Oxberry ‘Sunshine Garden’ for BBC North West appeared first on Garden Ninja Ltd Garden Design.

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If you’re a Ninja follower you know I’m passionate about supporting local businesses, especially in horticulture. These local enthusiasts hold an invaluable source of knowledge and skills when it comes to growing beautiful plants. The brilliant thing about horticulture is the willingness for us all to share our knowledge and experience with other gardeners. I’ve […]

The post Why we should support local floristry appeared first on Garden Ninja Ltd Garden Design.

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So you’ve got your ticket in hand for the Chelsea flower show and giddy with excitement you can’t wait to see what’s on offer. However, some key advice will help you avoid pitfalls, mental/physical fatigue and put your mind at rest so you can enjoy the world’s most celebrated flower show. The main advice is […]

The post Beginners guide to Chelsea Flower Show appeared first on Garden Ninja Ltd Garden Design.

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Henchman is a British company more widely known for its incredible wobble proof ladders, especially for people who don’t always feel stable standing 12 rungs up a ladder cutting trees and such. If you want to read more on their tripod ladders here’s my guide – they are brilliant. However, it’s not just ladders they […]

The post Wheelbarrow review; could the Henchman 350 large heavy-duty wheelbarrow make gardening easier? appeared first on Garden Ninja Ltd Garden Design.

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Now that your seeds have germinated you may suddenly struggle to work out what to do next. Well, the next stage in growing your own plants is what’s known in the biz as ‘Pricking out’. This is a term used to describe separating your seedlings and potting them on into their own individual containers. It’s […]

The post How to pot on and prick out seedlings appeared first on Garden Ninja Ltd Garden Design.

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It’s been a pretty erratic few months weather-wise here in the UK. Going from a heatwave in April to then Storm Hannah battering gardens. Not exactly ideal for tender plants and seedlings. However, by growing in a greenhouse I have at least managed to avoid any casualties so far! Plenty of other gardeners across the […]

The post Gardening without plastic – seedling pricking out appeared first on Garden Ninja Ltd Garden Design.

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Lawn edging and strimming is one of my least favourite tasks. If you’ve followed the Exploding Atom Garden you will know just how much of last year was spent installing lawn edging. However a tatty edged lawn can look pretty ugly especially if you’re going to the trouble of mowing it. There’s no point having […]

The post STIHL FSA 45 Strimmer Review appeared first on Garden Ninja Ltd Garden Design.

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