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Summer Recipes with Items from your Allotment

With lighter evenings and fresh summery air having already arrived, many of us are finding that the fruits of our labour are ripe and reading for the picking. Harvesting the home-grown goodies of your allotment or veg patch is a reward in itself, ....

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Simple Ideas for Creating a Wildlife-Friendly Garden

Making some simple changes in your garden can really increase the number of wild visitors you see. Not only will giving nature a helping hand make you feel good, but attracting birds, ladybirds and hedgehogs is also a wonderfully natural way to re ....

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Plant Heritage: Protecting Britain’s Gardens

Proctors annually sponsor the Seed Shop in the Plant Heritage marquee at Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Plant Heritage is a charity dedicated to preserving the diversity of Britain’s cultivated plants. There are biological advantages to m ....

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Top Reasons why you should be using Lawn Sand

As summertime approaches, gardeners on the quest for a greener lawn will currently be looking for helpful products and fertilisers. Whilst there are many lawn care products that can help you achieve the lawn you desire, lawn sand is ideal for usin ....

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Granular v. Granulated Fertiliser – The Big Show-Down!

What are the main benefits of using granular fertiliser over granulated and vice versa? Why is granulated fertiliser the most common form? Would it hurt your plants to use a granular feed instead of granulated?

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Paddock maintenance: Look after your field with Pony Paddock Fertiliser

We all put a lot of thought into what we feed our horses. Finding the perfect balance of energy giving feeds and healthy roughage could be considered a fine art! But how much attention do we put into the health of our paddocks, the staple food for ....

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How to Prepare your Lawn for Spring

Winter is on its way out for another year and it’s time to start thinking about preparing your lawn for spring. Your lawn is already starting to grow and it needs care and attention if it’s to grow into a lush green turf.

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