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Practical outdoor accessories

Lifestyle / Posted by / 09/08/2014
 
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Practical outdoor accessories

Lifestyle / Posted by / 09/08/2014
 

Beautiful and practical living areas are what we all want. Here are few ideas for what you could do to accessorize your garden, balcony or deck. Classic story A few well-placed classic garden accessories can add a elegant touch – a chalkboard for all those to-dos,...

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August in the garden: Enjoy the sun

Gardening / Posted by / 30/07/2014
 
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August in the garden: Enjoy the sun

Gardening / Posted by / 30/07/2014
 

It’s all about watering, pruning and enjoying the summer in August. The main tasks for this month are making sure that your plants have enough nutrients and a moisture levels to survive the scorching days, warm summer winds and sparse showers. Prune Prune flowering plants...

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Fantastic Mr Fox: Eco friendly deterrents

Gardening / Posted by / 27/07/2014
 
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Fantastic Mr Fox: Eco friendly deterrents

Gardening / Posted by / 27/07/2014
 

Deter your resident fox in an eco-friendly and economical way. Foxes are really impressive, agile creatures – just think of Wes Anderson’s Fantastic Mr Fox or this adaptable Mr Fox tea towel. Despite being impressive, they also have a bit of a bad reputation for causing...

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July Gardening Tips

Andrew's advice, Gardening / Posted by / 15/07/2014
 
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July Gardening Tips

Andrew's advice, Gardening / Posted by / 15/07/2014
 

Plants generally like it warm and wet, but so too do snails. The tropical downpours which established plants relish can mean an early end for seedlings and young shoots. This hit us hard in May. A few warm wet days saw our courgettes, cucumbers and...

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Forays in the Secret Garden

Gardening / Posted by / 02/06/2014
 
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Forays in the Secret Garden

Gardening / Posted by / 02/06/2014
 

The learning curves of being a beginner gardener on a budget are immense. But it’s also the simple pleasures of sun shine and sprouting seeds that make all the lessons worthwhile. It has been an exciting few weeks since being given permission to transform a...

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Summer camping essentials

Lifestyle / Posted by / 25/05/2014
 
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Summer camping essentials

Lifestyle / Posted by / 25/05/2014
 

Since the weather has been so amazing it’s no wonder everybody wants to spend as much time outside as possible. There are fantastic campsites options across the UK from lush greenery in the  New Forest to the crags and sands of the British coast. Once...

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June in the Garden: Stuck in

Gardening / Posted by / 20/05/2014
 
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June in the Garden: Stuck in

Gardening / Posted by / 20/05/2014
 

With the first incredibly hot summer weekend behind us and a week of rain predicted, there seems to be an endless list of things to do in the garden. It really is the time of year to be getting stuck in. Make sure to prioritise:...

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Summer Outdoor Courses

Courses / Posted by / 11/05/2014
 
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Summer Outdoor Courses

Courses / Posted by / 11/05/2014
 

There are rumours flying around that this might be a hot summer, so here are a few summer courses to ensure the sun is always on your back. Surf Lessons in Cornwall The O’Neill Surf Academy seems like a great place to learn the basics...

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May in the garden: Supporting local wildlife

Gardening / Posted by / 07/05/2014
 
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May in the garden: Supporting local wildlife

Gardening / Posted by / 07/05/2014
 

Following on from our previous post about course to support emerging spring wildlife, this garden list shares 4 things you can do to help take care of an array of UK wildlife types. Encouraging wildlife into the garden can be hugely rewarding and a great...

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Courses: Supporting Local Wildlife

Courses / Posted by / 29/04/2014
 
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Courses: Supporting Local Wildlife

Courses / Posted by / 29/04/2014
 

We pay special attention to the benefits of having wildlife in your garden, how best to provide shelter, support and food for the critters and creatures that are continuing to emerge with the promise of a sunny Spring with this month’s theme. Although it’s been...

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