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How to Deal with a Mossy Lawn

Moss is the bane of many lawn-lovers, ruining the look of our beloved grass and often indicating underlying problems with the growing conditions in our gardens. The good news is, if your lawn is blight ....

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Get A Lawn To Rival The Wimbledon Grass Courts

The Wimbledon Championships of this summer may seem like a distant memory to those of us who are enjoying the turning of the leaves as autumn approaches. For the ‘Lawn Guardians’ at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, however, their thou ....

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A Quick Guide to Laying and Caring for Turf

If your lawn is looking a bit patchy as the summer draws to a close, it could be time for a complete overhaul. Autumn is the ideal time to lay down new turf so that by next year you’ll have a lush, green lawn to enjoy when the warmer weather ....

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Celebrating 50 Years of RHS Britain in Bloom

Celebrating 50 Years of RHS Britain in Bloom

Britain in Bloom is a national competition between communities of all sizes - from tiny villages to large cities - that judges their horticultural expertise and awards prizes ba ....

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Caring for your Plants in Extreme Weather

Ex-Hurricane Bertha has recently caused problems across the UK with strong winds and plenty of rain, which not only means problems for summer events, like the Bristol Balloon Fiesta, but may also mean that your garden is looking a bit worse for we ....

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August on the Garden – Salad Crops

In the midst of the good summer weather, I’m sure few of us want to think about autumn and winter. But, if you want some tasty crops to harvest later in the year, now’s the perfect time to get g ....

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Potassium Deficiency – What You Need to Know

No matter how green-fingered we are, sometimes our plants just don’t live up to expectations. This month, we’re focusing on diagnosing and treating potassium deficiency to help you get the most ....

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July on the Garden – Fruit and Veg

Although summer is well underway, there’s plenty of fruit and vegetables you can get going this month. Try growing these tasty crops and you’ll be harvesting home-grown produce for months to come.

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Making Beautiful Flower Beds

You don’t have to be the most talented gardener in the world to create attractive flower beds. Doing so can really brighten up your green spaces, however large or small they might be. Even if you have a yard rather than a garden, you can cre ....

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The Benefits of Bees

Next month will mark National Honey Bee Day on the 16th August. Started in the USA a few years ago by beekeepers who wanted to spread awareness of their industry, this celebration o ....

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