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Make your garden the perfect home for wildlife

June 5, 2014 by  
Filed under Allotments & Gardens, Featured Posts

Recent reports suggest that many homeowners are opting to hard landscape much of their front gardens, while trends in garden design have reduced the desire for large lawns and expansive flowerbeds. This has certainly impacted on the diversity of wildlife in people’s gardens but there are plenty of steps that can be taken to encourage […]

How to make your garden stylish and environmentally friendly in 2014

April 1, 2014 by  
Filed under Allotments & Gardens

With spring finally upon us, and summer but three short months away, discovering the styles and fashions of the coming year is important to make sure that your garden shines through the months. At the very same time however, it’s important to make sure that your garden is friendly to the environment around it.

Tree2MyDoor: New Year Gift Ideas

January 10, 2014 by  
Filed under Allotments & Gardens, Gifts, Home & Garden

New Year is just around the corner, and what better way to bring in the New Year, than receiving a special gift. Brighten up January and celebrate new beginnings by sending loved ones and/or family and friends one of Tree2MyDoor’s lovely evergreen trees. They have a great selection of trees. Check out some of the […]

Apple Themed Sustainable Garden Products

November 7, 2013 by  
Filed under Allotments & Gardens, Home & Garden

Hen & Hammock is a small independent business selling inspiring sustainable garden products.

How to turn your garden into a wildlife haven during the winter

For those that love gardening and have a keen interest in wildlife, it can take some careful year-round planning to ensure the garden is still just as welcoming and inviting to animals and birds during the colder months of the year as it is in the summer. The thoughtful process of installing those wild plants […]

Organic Gardening

Organic gardening has grown in popularity in the UK over the past few years. Not only can you grow your own crops without the use of toxic chemicals and fertilisers but you are making sure that you are not creating an imbalance within the natural food chain or harming the wildlife within your garden.

Second Life For My Old Green Lawn

August 23, 2013 by  
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Hi, guys. I am new here, but have a strong desire to share some thoughts about Westside Wholesale and the products it offers. My story is simple and therefore rather useful. I do not relate to those people who are sitting in front of their computers all day long staring into meaningless monitors and crisping […]

Guest Post – Recycled Plant Containers: Go Green and Groovy

August 21, 2013 by  
Filed under Allotments & Gardens, Guest Posts

You don’t have to be a genius or a die-hard environmentalist to contribute in lessening the effects of global warming. If every person does his one small act, like recycling, it can make a big impact on planet earth. You can use what you have and what you know to save and protect the environment. […]

Guide to plant Tulip bulbs

August 18, 2013 by  
Filed under Allotments & Gardens, Featured Posts

Plants store their food in a flower bulb which stores everything the plant needs to sprout and bloom. Bulbs are the store room for plants where food gets stored. Tulips can be grown in sunny rock gardens or in border or pots. Their flowering time is from late February to May. What kind of tulips […]

Spruce up your Patio the Green Way

Although it has been a bit hit or miss this summer, when we get good weather we all love sitting outside, making the most of our garden and patio areas. There are several things that you can do to make your patio a pleasant area in which to relax and enjoy the company of family […]

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