Monthly Archives: November 2009

  • December in your Garden

    Posted on November 30, 2009 by davidb

    December is a busy month for even the most keen of gardeners. Heres a few handy hints to help keep your garden in top shape during December.

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    This post was posted in A Year In The Garden

  • How To Pot, Pot-On and Re-Pot

    Posted on November 25, 2009 by davidb

    This is one of the most frequently repeated tasks of any gardener. Whilst this is a relatively easy task, like anything mastering these basics will ensure that your plants achieve their full potential.

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    This post was posted in Gardening Tips

  • How To Make a Birdhouse from a Milk Carton !

    Posted on November 19, 2009 by davidb

    Here's a great idea to while away an afternoon with the kids!
    Make a nesting box for the winter. Its really easy to do and all you need is:

     A milk carton
    Stapler & Staples
    Some String
    Brown Shoe Polish
    A soft cloth or rag
    Masking tape
    Scissors

    How to make Your Bird House!
    This is a great way to recycle your milk cartons and [...]


    This post was posted in Gardening Tips

  • How To Grow Annuals from Seeds

    Posted on November 12, 2009 by davidb

    Annuals are a great way to fill in unexpected gaps in your garden. They can also be used on their own as bedding plants or in mixed borders and make fantastic potted plants too.
    There’s nothing quite as satisfying as watching your plants grow from seed and although it may be easier to buy an established [...]


    This post was posted in Gardening Tips

  • How To Grow Annuals from Seeds

    Posted on November 12, 2009 by davidb

    Annuals are a great way to fill in unexpected gaps in your garden. They can also be used on their own as bedding plants or in mixed borders and make fantastic potted plants too.

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    This post was posted in Gardening Tips

  • Wise up on Grass

    Posted on November 3, 2009 by davidb

    If, like me, your teenage chore was to mow the lawn or if your partner kicks you out of the house to cut tracks through a jungle of growth before Sunday lunch you will soon have realised the importance of regular maintenance to keep your grass looking, if not first rate, at least half decent [...]


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  • Wise up on Grass

    Posted on November 3, 2009 by davidb

    If, like me, your teenage chore was to mow the lawn or if your partner kicks you out of the house to cut tracks through a jungle of growth before Sunday lunch you will soon have realised the importance of regular maintenance to keep your grass looking, if not first rate, at least half decent and easier to cut.

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    This post was posted in Gardening Tips

  • Garden Inspirations - Getting Started

    Posted on November 3, 2009 by davidb

    'I am a great one for a slice of cake and a cuppa when I visit clients for garden consultations. Forget the apologies about it being a bit dry or flavourless…it’s the thought that counts.'

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    This post was posted in Jai Cheswick

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