Gardens

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Winter Gardening

Winter doesn’t have to be white in the garden, even if there is a blanket of snow covering the soil. Most of the colour comes from berries: hollies, firethorn, and other winter-fruiting plants that add unexpected splashes of reds and oranges to your winter garden.

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We Need More Trees for the Future!

Trees change lives. They provide food, forage and habitat for animals and help combat climate change, so let’s get planting!

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Autumn Gardening

Autumn is upon us, the evenings are gradually drawing in and winter is fast approaching. So what can garden owners look forward to in the autumn? This is the time for trees and hedging; fruit trees and fruit bushes; roses and bulbs; and garlic.

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On the Home Front

Louise Tomlin tells how she particularly appreciates the efforts some householders put into their front gardens

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7 Decorating Tips to Bring Colour Outdoors

Top tips on breathing some life into your outdoor space – whatever form it might take – with colour and finish. whether you’re targeting wood, metal, masonry or a miscellany, exterior paint finishes can offer a helping hand.

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Summer Gardening

It’s suddenly the season of sweet peas, strawberries and summer sowing.

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Design Secrets for a Stylish & Sustainable Garden

If you’re striving to achieve an environmentally-friendly outside
space, The Garden Creative have a few tips to get you started

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Take Action for Insects

Kent Wildlife Trust explain how you can help combat the decline in insects which are vital to both the environment and economy of the Garden of England.

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Spring Gardening

Spring is on its way and you’ll soon be caught up in a frenzy of seed sowing, growing, and nurturing your garden as it comes back to life.

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Autumn Gardening

Autumn is upon us, the evenings are gradually drawing in and winter is fast approaching. So what can garden owners look forward to in the autumn? This is the time for trees and hedging; fruit trees and fruit bushes; roses and bulbs and garlic.