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  • Making your own compost

    Posted on January 27, 2010 by davidb

    Much of your household kitchen waste can be recycled providing you with a nutrient rich compost for your garden. Not only does recycling and composting this waste give you a great compost for your garden it helps reduce landfill waste too. This is a simple guide on how to make your own compost.

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  • DIY Garage and Carport Kit Buyers Guide

    Posted on January 26, 2010 by davidb

    DIY Garages and Car Ports – Fast, Stunning, Easy and Cost-effective!
    They are everything from a dry and secure parking spot, to tool shed, to rehearsal space, to home office. Here's our tips guide for everyone considering building their own Garage or Carport.
    You do not need to design your own garage or carport as The Home [...]


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  • Growing Vegetables and Herbs

    Posted on January 14, 2010 by davidb

    Growing your own veggies is a great way to save the pennies and there are some fabulous products available to make it easier than ever. Make this coming year the year you Grow Your Own.

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  • January in your Garden

    Posted on January 8, 2010 by davidb

    January is a cold and long month but there is still plenty to do in and around the Garden. Keeping things in order now will help make the spring a little easier. So take a look at our essential guide to January jobs for your garden.

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  • Should I buy a Greenhouse ?

    Posted on December 11, 2009 by davidb

    The thought of a Greenhouse in your back garden can be very exciting especially if you are venturing down a 'grow your own' root for the first time. However Greenhouses can be expensive for first timers and many gardens today are simply not big enough to house one.
    Don't worry there are many alternatives to greenhouses [...]


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  • Should I Buy a Greenhouse ?

    Posted on December 11, 2009 by davidb

    The thought of a Greenhouse in your back garden can be very exciting especially if you are venturing down a 'grow your own' root for the first time. However Greenhouses can be expensive for first timers and many gardens today are simply not big enough to house one.

    Don't worry there are many alternatives to greenhouses on the market! Here is HGC's guide to choosing what's right for you!

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  • Log Cabin Kit Buying Guide

    Posted on December 3, 2009 by davidb

    Log cabins are a great way to create an extra room in your home. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are available to suit any budget. With so many companies offering so many different Log Cabin kits it can be difficult to find the one thats right for you. The HGC [...]


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  • Choosing your new Log Cabin

    Posted on December 3, 2009 by davidb

    Log cabins are a great way to create an extra room in your home. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are available to suit any budget. With so many companies offering so many different Log Cabin kits it can be difficult to find the one thats right for you. The HGC Team have put together a log cabin buying guide to help you choose the best option for your garden.

    So whether its a home office, summerhouse, kids play room or a combination of things HGC is here to help you find the right cabin kit for you.

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  • 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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  • 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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