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How to start seeds in 3 days

Andrew's advice, Edible Garden, Gardening, Uncategorized / Posted by / 10/04/2017
 

How to start seeds in 3 days

Andrew's advice, Edible Garden, Gardening, Uncategorized / Posted by / 10/04/2017
 

I love the anticipation of spring.  Although the garden is pretty bleak now I know it will be bursting with colour before long.  The alliums will be the first to raise their heads and then there will be the early foxgloves, geraniums and catmint. I...

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Choosing a hammock

Andrew's advice, Lifestyle / Posted by / 10/04/2017
 

Choosing a hammock

Andrew's advice, Lifestyle / Posted by / 10/04/2017
 

Colour, comfort and style are all important when considering which hammock to buy, but probably the most important consideration is size. You want a hammock which best fits the space you have available and best accommodates the number of people you’re likely to have in...

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Why bother growing your own veg?

Andrew's advice, Edible Garden, Gardening / Posted by / 30/01/2017
 

Why bother growing your own veg?

Andrew's advice, Edible Garden, Gardening / Posted by / 30/01/2017
 

Ever thought of growing your own veg?  Is it the lure of that home grown freshness that tempts you?  Well sorry to disappoint you, but much of the time you can’t tell the difference.  Or at least that is my experience.  A carefully nurtured onion...

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Winter Gardening – Top Tips

Andrew's advice, Gardening, Lifestyle / Posted by / 08/11/2016
 

Winter Gardening – Top Tips

Andrew's advice, Gardening, Lifestyle / Posted by / 08/11/2016
 

To the uninitiated, gardening in the winter can seem foolhardy.  Little or nothing is growing and its cold.  Why would you?  Well, it can be at least as pleasurable as gardening in the summer and when you return indoors the warmth and sense of accomplishment...

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Vegetable Growing Tips, Fact not Fiction

Andrew's advice, Gardening / Posted by / 27/07/2016
 

Vegetable Growing Tips, Fact not Fiction

Andrew's advice, Gardening / Posted by / 27/07/2016
 

One of the reasons why I love growing vegetables is that I’m always learning.  I guess that’s why Gardeners’ World is perpetually popular on TV and Gardeners’ Question Time is unmissable on the radio; as a nation we have an appetite for gardening knowledge that...

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Outdoor Tea Making Tips

Andrew's advice, Lifestyle / Posted by / 03/06/2016
 

Outdoor Tea Making Tips

Andrew's advice, Lifestyle / Posted by / 03/06/2016
 

Brewing a cup of tea outdoors is one of the joys of summer.  In fact, it’s one of the joys of every season, not just summer.  Even if its blowing a gale, the satisfaction that comes from successfully lighting a fire and making a cup...

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Longevity: Does it matter in the long run?

Andrew's advice, Environment, Product / Posted by / 04/05/2016
 

Longevity: Does it matter in the long run?

Andrew's advice, Environment, Product / Posted by / 04/05/2016
 

What is it that makes one product more eco-friendly than another?  The sustainability of the raw materials? The energy used in the manufacture?  The carbon footprint?  For every product that we sell we try to weigh up these factors so that wherever possible we are...

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The Easiest Plant Supports

Andrew's advice, Gardening, Uncategorized / Posted by / 19/04/2016
 

The Easiest Plant Supports

Andrew's advice, Gardening, Uncategorized / Posted by / 19/04/2016
 

Supporting plants in the right way can make an enormous difference to the success of a border, which is a fairly recent revelation for me.  I used to be under the impression that herbaceous plants were self-supporting, much like children at university.  But I now...

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2015: Windfall or Washout?

Andrew's advice, Gardening, Uncategorized / Posted by / 14/01/2016
 

2015: Windfall or Washout?

Andrew's advice, Gardening, Uncategorized / Posted by / 14/01/2016
 

For me, growing vegetables is an ongoing adventure. No sooner has one year ended and I’m itching to get started on the next, to start selecting seeds and making plans. In my head I have already transformed all of last year’s disappointments into successes and...

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Leaf Mould Good Enough to Eat

Andrew's advice, Gardening / Posted by / 10/11/2015
 

Leaf Mould Good Enough to Eat

Andrew's advice, Gardening / Posted by / 10/11/2015
 

I often feel my leaf mould is good enough to eat. When I spade through the rotted jute leaf sacks, its very tempting to pick out one of the chocolate leaves for a taste. They are like something a fine patisserie would use to decorate...

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