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How To Look After Your Lawn In Autumn

September is a great time to spend some time improving and maintaining your lawns. The start of September is often hot and dry so it is recommended to delay treatment until the colder weather comes in. People often find that moss becomes a huge problem in autumn so it is recommended that autumn fertiliser and moss killer is used. It … Continue reading

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The Big Allotment Challenge

Are you the complete kitchen gardener? Is your garden, allotment or window box your pride and joy? Do you grow your own fruit, veg and flowers and do you know what to do with them? If so the BBC is looking for talented amateur kitchen gardeners who have the skills and the dedication to compete in BBC2’s ‘The Big Allotment … Continue reading

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Fresh cut Christmas Trees

There’s nothing quite like the smell of a real Christmas tree, so for the first time ever, we’re offering fresh cut trees for collection from the Plants Plus Nursery. Update: 17th Dec – our real Christmas trees have been a huge success and have now all sold out. Our Nordman Fir Christmas trees are handpicked and chosen for quality. It … Continue reading

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WIN!! Rocket Gardens Small Instant Vegetable Garden

Whether you’re interested growing your own vegetables but perhaps don’t have too much time or experience, or are a seasoned allotmenteer, our Instant Garden Kits are suitable for all levels of experience. Get a box brimming full of organic herbs, salad or vegetable plug plants, packed in straw & delivered direct to your door, ready for immediate planting, along with … Continue reading

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Support National Nest Box Week

Now in its 16th Year, National Nest Box Week runs from 14th-21st Feb and is a great time to put a bird house up in your garden. With a decline in the natural environments that wild birds rely on, it is becoming increasingly difficult for birds to find a suitable home to raise their chicks. Putting up a nest box … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Giveaway – WIN a Luxurious Rose Bouquet

Competition now closed! To be sent a beautiful bouquet of fresh flowers makes us feel good – and we’ve got a range of stunning hand tied bouquets for all occasions. These rich, deep red Roses are a classic, romantic gift for Valentines Day and we’re giving one lucky person the chance to get them FREE in our Valentines Giveaway. For … Continue reading

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Woodland Birds flock to Gardens

This winter is shaping up to be a very exciting one for bird enthusiasts, with reports showing a surge of birds into our gardens. The British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) released findings last month which showed that 80% of our common species, such as thrushes and blackbirds have been more abundant for this time of year. In addition, woodland birds … Continue reading

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Lets Kick Start Christmas – an extra 10% off everything!

Tomorrow is 1st December and for many the time when the festive countdown can officially begin. So, to help kick start your Christmas we’re offering an extra 10% off everything – and with our already low prices thats means you can save up to 40% on RRP! We’ve got a great range of Christmas Trees, decorations and lights for your … Continue reading

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Avoid the Autumn Chill

  As the nights start to draw in and the weather becomes cooler, sitting out in the garden can sometimes seem a little less enticing than it was in the summer months. However, the change of seasons doesn’t mean that we should give up on the garden as a functional and useable space, a fire pit or chiminea will radiate … Continue reading

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Help Save the Hedgehog!

Hedgehogs are facing a prickly problem which could lead to their extinction.  A recent report shows that numbers have dropped by more than 25% in the last 10 years, with only one million hedgehogs now left in the UK. The reasons for the decline are complex, but it is partly down to the loss and fragmentation of their habitat, while … Continue reading

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