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Entries from November 2018

Problems with squirrels and rabbits with your newly planted bulbs

November 15th, 2018 · No Comments

If you love your spring flowering bulbs but are plagued by rabbits and especially squirrels digging up your newly planted bulbs then one answer is to plant them with a wire mesh over and around them to form a barrier against the feeding rodents – its quite a lot of work but its the only […]

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Keeping your garden tidy after your bulbs have flowered

November 15th, 2018 · No Comments

If you are the kind of gardener that wishes to keep your garden extra tidy after your bulbs have finished flower one solution might be a bulb basket so the bulbs can be lifted once they have finish flowering moved to another location and allowed to die back naturally to create next seasons flowers. If […]

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What to grow in your cold greenhouse in the winter

November 14th, 2018 · No Comments

What to grow in your cold greenhouse in the winter. Depending on the temperature the seeds might be a bit slow germinating and the cutting might take a bit longer to root than normal All best sown in pots ideally inside a small propagator within your glasshouse with some horticultural fleece on standby for the […]

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One day gardening course from GardenAdvice a great Christmas present for the gardener in your life

November 14th, 2018 · No Comments

One Day Gardening Course in your own garden Our one day gardening courses are run in your own garden by one of our gardening experts teaching you about your own garden and how to develop is making it more colourful and easier to maintain. Our courses are tailored to the requirements of the individual and […]

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