The GHS Guide to Pruning: How to Prune Your Garden Trees

Tuesday, 18 September 2018 15:02:49 Europe/London

Every garden looks better with a large majestic tree that provides you shade, while you peacefully read a book and enjoy the fresh air. But sometimes trees can outgrow their space and cause problems. Depending on how long it was left unattended, unpruned trees will pose danger to both your well-being and your property’s.

 

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How a Vitopod Heated Propagator Helps Your Plants

Tuesday, 11 September 2018 15:31:07 Europe/London

Gardening enthusiasts benefit from a cost effective solution, with the Vitopod heated propagator being used for seed germination and energy saving. A heated greenhouse is no longer feasible with rising electricity costs and a heated bench allows for the heat to dissipate quickly.

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Growing Herbs with Their Companion Plants

Monday, 3 September 2018 15:24:29 Europe/London

Whether you’re growing herbs in your greenhouse or in your garden, it can be beneficial to plant certain crops together. Tall plants help to shelter smaller ones from excessive sunlight while vine plants cover the ground and help to prevent weeds from growing and leaching nutrients from the soil.

 

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Troubleshooting Common Chilli Plant Problems

Monday, 27 August 2018 14:02:55 Europe/London

Growing chillies is a very rewarding endeavour, as you can make delicious recipes with chillies straight from your garden. Some common problems may occur as you grow your plants, even if you choose the right chilli varieties for your conditions. Spotting the following issues as quickly as possible gives your plants better chances of healthy life-cycles.

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5 Flowers to Plant in August

Wednesday, 15 August 2018 09:18:57 Europe/London

Sowing in autumn allows you to have plants that provide much earlier flowering and all you need is some high-quality gardening equipment. Hardy annuals, plants completing their life cycle within a year, are best planted in early autumn. They’ll be able to withstand the winter temperatures, however, should you have tender annuals or half-hardy annuals, it’s advised that they are planted in a heated greenhouse in autumn.

 

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How to Grow Vegetables in a Greenhouse

Monday, 6 August 2018 12:26:43 Europe/London

Having fresh vegetables for meals all year-round isn’t as tricky as it may seem with a greenhouse. You will need to monitor your greenhouse closely so you can provide your plants with a heated propagator during the cold, winter month and both ventilation and shade throughout the warmer, summer months.

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5 Tips to Attract Wildlife to Your Garden

Monday, 23 July 2018 15:03:46 Europe/London

A good habitat for wildlife can easily be created in your garden; in fact, gardens are just as important as the countryside to offer them refuge and food. Many of these species of mammals, birds, and insects are declining in the UK, and providing a safe haven will help them thrive.

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6 Top Tips to Set Up Your Greenhouse

Monday, 16 July 2018 11:16:32 Europe/London

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Setting up a greenhouse in your garden can provide you with an expert and efficient way of growing your crops. You can typically get clear plastic or glass walls for your greenhouse, which lets you conserve heat while light still filters through.

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How to Create a Butterfly-Friendly Garden

Monday, 9 July 2018 16:39:53 Europe/London

Butterflies and moths take small amounts of pollen on their legs when they land on flowers, unlike bees that end up covered in polled. As they travel longer distances than bees, butterflies can spread pollen from many flowers over large areas. This helps to ensure that plants have a stronger and wider variation of DNA.

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Feeling the Heat? 3 Ways to Combat the Hosepipe Ban

Tuesday, 3 July 2018 14:10:09 Europe/London

It’s not often that the UK gets overwhelmed with scorching temperatures. In fact, it’s a wonder that we have a season called summer at all some years. However, Mother Nature likes to keep us on our toes, and with temperatures soaring, it probably comes as no surprise that water companies have enforced a hosepipe ban in Northern Ireland, and the threat of one occurring in the rest of the UK is still highly possible.

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