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Our Guide to Sustainable Gardening

6th Sep 2019

Being sustainable is important to many of us. As a society, we have become recycling conscious, anti-plastic usage and care of our carbon footprints. However, the food industry is one of the most damaging to our climates, from animal agriculture and the greenhouse gasses they produce to the carbon emissions from food air miles. We need to find ways to create healthier and envir …

The Beginners Guide to Composting

6th Sep 2019

As the summer months are coming to a close we thought we would take you through a few basics about composting. Compost is an organic material that can be added to soil to help your plants grow. Around 30% of what we throw away is made of food scraps and yard waste. By making compost out of this waste it keeps it being thrown into landfills, where they take up space and release …

Growing your first vegetable garden

Posted by Marc on 6th Sep 2019

It's getting more and more popular to be self-sustainable and grow your own vegetables. While it might seem like a daunting task at first its actually easier then you would think!Here are some beginners tips on how to grow your own vegetable garden.1. LightAlmost all vegetables need a lot of light to grow, tomatoes, cucumbers, squash and peppers thrive when they have access to …

The 2019 Chelsea Flower Show: Sustainable Gardening

Posted by Marc on 6th Sep 2019

One of the biggest events for gardeners is here: the 2019 Chelsea Flower Show! One of the big talking points at this year's show was how our gardening choices can have important environmental and ecological benefits.Here are a few of our top picks from this year’s show:The trend this year was embracing informal planting designs with a naturalistic look. This dominated many of t …

Our Top 5 UK Gardens to Visit This Year

9th Jun 2019

With hay fever season almost over its time to start enjoying summer and the great outdoors. Here are our favourite UK gardens to visit this summer:Compton AcresBeing one of the finest privately owned gardens in Southern England, Compton Acres has over 10 acres of horticultural grounds. From the Japanese Garden to The Italian Garden and the mysterious Wooded Valley, Compton Acre …

June Gardening Tips

7th Jun 2019

June is here again, time seems to go faster every year! While we can’t slow down time we can give you some of our top gardening tips for the month! If you have been planting Dahlias and other tall perennial its important to put in supports as they grow taller.If you have a pond in your garden remove any build-up of blanket weed and Duckweed. Clear Garden Pond June is a perfe …
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