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Wyevale Garden Centres - helping insects thrive

3 Tips for Helping Insects Thrive in your Garden

Nicky Roeber is the Online Horticultural Expert at Wyevale Garden Centres . Here, he explains how to choose plants that will attract insects to your garden and help them thrive. 75% of crop plants require pollination by insects and animals,...More >
Tags: garden insects, shelter for insects, pollen for insects, pollinating your garden
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Zoro | How to Care for Garden Tools

How to Care for Garden Tools

If you're spending money on quality gardening tools, you'll need to know how to care of them. Here, Kelly Friel, Digital Product Manager at equipment retailer Zoro , explains the best practices you can follow to keep your tools in tip top condition...More >
Tags: Caring for Garden Tools, Garden Tools by Zoro
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Eat, Plant, Love

Eat Plant Love

We are always told ways in which to combat stress and focus on our personal wellbeing - instead of using the conventional routes of relaxation such as meditation and yoga, why not pick up your trowel and gloves and get out in the garden? Gardening...More >
Tags: growing, greenhouse, alitex greenhouse, Landscape
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Mark Diacono's Garden Cocktails

Garden Cocktails

I like Jane Fonda. I like Jane Fonda for a lot of reasons, but chief among them this week, is that she has reminded me of the pleasures of ginger ale. Men (mostly in beards that they will one day see as the facial equivalent of leg warmers) have...More >
Tags: Garden cocktails, cocktails, bellini, gimlet, rum, prosecco, mojito, Mark Diacono, Otter Farm, kitchen garden, herbs, cocktail recipes
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Lavender

Five Herbs from the new Kitchen Garden

I have a sunburnt ear. I also have a new garden. Six weeks ago, there was a sea of mud; today, a young but beautiful kitchen garden. It's not often you get to start again from scratch, to windscreen wipe the mistakes and follow new ideas without the...More >
Tags: Mark Diacono, Otter Farm, Guest blog, kitchen garden, herbs
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