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  1. Eco-Friendly Pest Control

    There’s no doubt about it: pests can be the bane of a gardener’s life. There’s nothing worse than growing the perfect crop of tomato plants, only to have them demolished by slugs and insects. Chemical pesticides can be highly effective at deterring and removing unwanted critters, however, these can be detrimental to the environment, and other beneficial wildlife. So here...
  2. Geoff Stonebanks on Using Slug Repellents

      When you open your garden to the public, it’s important to  me to ensure that all my blooms and foliage look the best they possibly can. With planting so tightly packed to achieve the look I want, it’s very easy for slugs and snails to hide away amongst the foliage unnoticed. Now, I have to admit, I’m not one...
  3. Making Lists: What Plants Rabbits DON'T Eat

    Making Lists: What Plants Rabbits DON'T Eat
    I do love making lists – it helps to organise my mind, but inevitably one list leads to another and so on… Continue reading →
  4. June in the Garden - Mr Digwell

    June in the Garden - Mr Digwell
    The biggest joy in the garden - hardy Fuchsia are so delicate yet tough as old boots!Actually, most of June so far has taken place in the shed, the greenhouse, the kitchen, the garage - almost anywhere but the garden! The problem with a wet June is that as far as the plants go, on the whole, it is heaven and we humans have trouble keeping up with them. Continue reading →

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