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  • Garden Shed: February Old & Young Trees Wisteria is the immediate one that comes to mind – the short stems reduced in the latter part of last year will now need to be...
  • Gardening May Help You Live Longer Research carried out at the Karonlinska University Hospital in Stockholm has revealed that gardening and DIY may help you live longer. The study was carried out on 4,232 people over...
  • Garden Shed: January A hard ground frost is nature’s way of stratification – maturing seeds and bulbs in readiness for flowering or germination. Many seeds will not even germinate until they have gone...

Garden Shed: February

    Garden Shed: February

Old & Young Trees Wisteria is the immediate one that comes to mind – the short stems reduced in the latter part of last year will now need to be

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Gardening May Help You Live Longer

    Gardening May Help You Live Longer

Research carried out at the Karonlinska University Hospital in Stockholm has revealed that gardening and DIY may help you live longer. The study was carried out on 4,232 people over

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Garden Shed: January

    Garden Shed: January

A hard ground frost is nature’s way of stratification – maturing seeds and bulbs in readiness for flowering or germination. Many seeds will not even germinate until they have gone

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Make Your Own Christmas Wreath

    Make Your Own Christmas Wreath

It’s time to welcome the arrival of the festive season, here at the Gardeners Club we believe the Christmas wreath is a must have festive decoration. It’s the first thing

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Cyber Monday: Top 5 Gardening Gifts Up To 50% Off!

    Cyber Monday: Top 5 Gardening Gifts Up To 50% Off!

The Gardeners Club just made your Christmas shopping a little bit easier! Here’s our top 5 cyber Monday Gardening deals… Spear & Jackson Natural Stainless Steel Trowel and Weed Fork

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4 Things You Can Do To Prepare Your Garden For Winter Wildlife

    4 Things You Can Do To Prepare Your Garden For Winter Wildlife

So with winter officially upon us it’s time to start doing your bit for nature and start preparing your garden to help the wildlife survive the cold months. Even if you don’t

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Nurture Your Christmas Plants

    Nurture Your Christmas Plants

Maybe this is the Christmas you give your Poinsettia’s a second chance before they get thrown out in the new year! Rather than buying a new plant every December, follow our

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Garden Shed: November

    Garden Shed: November

Containers need to be prepared for cold weather by wrapping any non-frost-resistant pots, or those containing vulnerable plants. Depending on your budget and how ‘pretty’ you want them to look

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Garden Shed: December

    Garden Shed: December

At the moment there will be Dogwoods with their yellow or red stems (Cornus alba sp.), Calacarpa with purple fruits, Mountain Ash (Sorbus) Cotoneaster, and Pyracantha with their yellow or

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Lighting Your Garden

    Lighting Your Garden

Providing gardens with adequate illumination is a way to enjoy your garden after the sun goes down, to decorate the area for entertaining in the summer months and keep it

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How To Get The Kids Interested In Gardening

    How To Get The Kids Interested In Gardening

It can be a battle to get your children enjoying the fresh air and the garden and away from the television. Getting your kids interested in gardening may seem an

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Hydroponics How To

    Hydroponics How To

Hydroponics by it’s most simple definition is the art of growing plants without soil, the plants are supported in an inert media such as perlite, vermicolite, clay pebble or rockwool

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Organic Gardening

    Organic Gardening

In order to reduce the risks to public health, legislation has restricted the use of some pesticide formulations and where they can be used. This has resulted in the disappearance

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How to identify bindweed

    How to identify bindweed

IDENTIFYING BINDWEED A perennial weed native to cultivated land. Vining plant that makes its way across the ground, over fences, plants and pretty much anything in its path. Pink or

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Watering The Garden Efficiently

    Watering The Garden Efficiently

The key to efficient watering of your garden is deep and infrequent; this will encourage plants to generate a strong root system. What am I trying to achieve when watering?

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Tips For Tool Maintenance

    Tips For Tool Maintenance

ARE YOU PREPARED FOR THE GARDENING SEASON? Gardening equipment can be expensive but with regular maintenance it should last for many years and continue to work reliably with minimum effort.

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