Monthly Archives: February 2010

  • ShopWiki Certifies HGC as a trusted site!

    Posted on February 23, 2010 by davidb

    HGC joins forces with Shopwiki to bring you the best deals around! We are proud to announce and share our Shopwiki Certification.

    The HGC Team is proud to announce that trusted internet shopping site ShopWiki has awarded HGC its personal certification. After being listed and going through Shopwikis stringent checks HGC is now a Certified Shopwiki Store.
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    This post was posted in News

  • Don't Skimp on Garden Security Warn Police

    Posted on February 22, 2010 by davidb

    You lock your car, your windows, your doors even your jewellery box but Local Police warn that many of us forget to secure our Garden Buildings leaving rich pickings for those who'd try their luck.

    HGC takes garden security seriously and offer many shed security products. For a limited time only we are giving away a FREE Motion Sensor Cabin Alarm worth £40 to every customer who purchases a Finnforest Log Cabin at HGC. Continue Reading


    This post was posted in Gardening Tips

  • Soil Types

    Posted on February 15, 2010 by davidb

    Soil type is one of the most important factors when choosing your Garden Plants. Many people who find it difficult to get their plants to thrive are often unaware of their soil and how to manage it. This Blog provides a brief description of the 3 main types of soil. Continue Reading


    This post was posted in Gardening Tips

  • February in your Garden

    Posted on February 5, 2010 by davidb

    The last of the real Winter months! Snow may still be falling, frosts might be threatening - but the sun is on its way. February is a time to get things sorted and keep your garden beautiful!

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    This post was posted in A Year In The Garden

  • What containers can I use to Grow my Own Vegetables ?

    Posted on February 5, 2010 by davidb

    Grow Your own is big business these days and there are lots of products on the market to help. The HGC Team takes a look at some solutions for those who want to get involved! Continue Reading


    This post was posted in Gardening Tips

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