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Our modern, energy efficient buildings such as our homes and offices can often have little air flow.  Because of this, toxins such as formaldehyde and benzenes can build up in the air caused by our furnishings, ovens, carpets and cleaning materials.  Some houseplants, as well as adding beauty to our surroundings, help to remove the[…]

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Gardening News

Broadcaster and Chartered Horticulturist David Domoney says, ‘Don’t stop gardening!’ now summer is over. With the recently announced increased restrictions in Britain, David Domoney says the garden is essential in helping us with our physical and mental wellbeing. Gardening helped many to live through the social isolation that impacted many people through lockdown, and David[…]

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Hedgehogs are delightful creatures and are of benefit to our gardens as they eat slugs, snails and insects.  Read the tips below to find out how best to care for and encourage them in your garden. Leaving wild areas in the garden with piles of logs and leaves will help to provide a home for[…]

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Gardening News

Many of the new season’s seed ranges are available online now or in the coming weeks.  If you are anything like me you will derive great pleasure from trawling through the new seed selections and, with bated breath, you will be eager to discover the latest breeding in flowers for your summer displays and fruit[…]

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Introduced by the world renowned Danish breeder Poulsen, these stunning varieties have all the benefits of modern breeding alongside the delightful appearance of the romantic, traditional flower forms of times gone by. Below are some of the reasons why this astonishing range of plants undoubtedly deserve a place in our gardens. Large, colourful old rose[…]

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Many among us are delighted by the appearance of the first daffodils, more correctly known as Narcissi,  heralding that spring is well and truly on the way. Some of us will always love the quintessential yellow trumpet varieties that perhaps remind us of halcyon days. There are of course many other types these days in[…]

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Many of us produce stunning garden displays in the summer months, but autumn through to spring can be equally if not more important to brighten up the cooler, darker months of the year when we all need cheering up. Wallflower Sugar Rush are one of the fairly newly bred varieties that are perfect for this[…]

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