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30 May 2018
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Imagine seeing 2.5 million roses in one place! Our Plant Manager Christopher Laufs visited rose growers Whartons in preparation for our annual Millbrook Rose Festival to see the roses they'll be supplying us with, including our exclusive preview roses - Timeless © Home Florist™ Roses.
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18 May 2018
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When you hear the term 'pester power' you'll probably think sweet treats but think again... this week Tammy was surprised by what she heard the children of Crowborough were pestering their parents for...
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16 May 2018
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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...
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16 May 2018
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Have you ever made pasta sauce from scratch from your own home-grown produce? It’s such a rewarding and satisfying thing to do and the end result couldn’t be more fresh or good for you! Here are some tips on how to successfully grow all the ingredients and a lovely recipe for you to follow and enjoy.
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01 May 2018
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We thought the weather was bad last month but with big highs and lows this month it seems that climate change is becoming increasingly real and presenting a challenge for gardeners. In this week's blog, Tammy looks at how we will have to garden in the future to adapt to the challenges we face.
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25 Apr 2018
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As gardeners, we care about the environment and as a business we believe we have a responsibility to make changes where we can to try and be kind to the planet. We believe that even small steps are important ones, from switching from plastic straws to paper ones, to sourcing non-plastic cutlery, to looking at the ingredients of the products we sell and their environmental impact.