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Time To Put A Spring In Your Step When It Comes To Your Garden

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The weather is certainly warming up, and with the clocks now springing forward and us losing that precious hour of sleep, it really is time to start thinking about the garden. Not all of us are green-fingered, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t have a usable space outside for our children or a garden that we can enjoy in those up and coming warm summer evenings. Let’s face it, they aren’t too far away. So here are some of the things you can start doing now to revamp your garden this spring. Continue reading “Time To Put A Spring In Your Step When It Comes To Your Garden”

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‘Mary, Mary quite contrary, how does your garden grow?’ Anyone with green fingers wants to answer “great, thanks!” There is no better feeling than cultivating a piece of land and transforming it into a haven. Whether it’s for you, the kids or the neighbours, the garden is a perfect place to relax and unwind. Plus, it’s not hard on the eyes either. Continue reading “Earth Day: Making Your Garden More Eco-Friendly”

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Start Growing Your Own Fruit and Vegetables

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Growing your own fruit and vegetables can be an exciting project. It can save you money on groceries and it can help you to eat more healthily by relying on more organic foods. There are lots of ways to start growing your own produce – here are just several options. Continue reading “Start Growing Your Own Fruit and Vegetables”

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