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13 Dec 2016
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Have you heard about Hygge (pronounced hoo-gah)? It’s a Danish word that can’t be literally translated into English, but basically means instilling a feeling of wellbeing and cosiness. With the miserable weather, long, dark nights and no more bright and beautiful decorations to cheer us up, it's certainly time to embrace such a concept and boost your spirits with some beautiful houseplants.
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26 Sep 2016
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Now is the time to choose some Spring bulbs, ready to get planting any time from the end of September until the first frosts. If you are new to bulb planting or looking to plant something new to brighten up your Spring garden, read on...
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01 Sep 2016
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Orchids make beautiful houseplants. With their exotic flowers they have a reputation for being hard to look after, but if you choose carefully and follow our guide, you'll reap the rewards.
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29 Jun 2016
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Planted containers are the perfect way to add instant colour to your outside space. Plus, if you’re short of planting areas, hanging baskets can be fixed to walls, adding interest, scent and colour without taking up an inch of floorspace.
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25 May 2016
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It’s no surprise that Britain’s favourite flower is the rose. With thousands of varieties to choose from - bright blooms to pastel tints, subtle scents to powerful perfumes - they’re also hardy and fairly easy to care for, tolerating most types of soil so you don’t need to be a talented gardener to persuade them to look their best.
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09 May 2016
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Growing your own vegetables is a highlight of gardening, particularly when the first fruits (or vegetables!) of your labour ripen and are ready for eating. Here are some tips to get you started...