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Celebrate Bees on World Bee Day

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Our pollinators are under threat. Planting pollinator friendly plants not only helps these valuable creatures. You also end up with a beautiful garden.

Tree Planting Tips

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With Arbour Day around the corner, trees come to mind and the important role they play in our world. Not just their environmental impact but also the sheer joy they bring, from planting them to watching them grow tall and steady and ultimately enjoying the shade they provide.

Composting is Easy. You Just Need To Start

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Making your own compost is one of the easiest, fun and beneficial things you can do for your garden.

Spring is Early

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An early Spring is not always good news for our gardens. Especially after a mild winter.

Plant for animals not plants

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If you plant for insects and wildlife you end up with a beautiful garden.

Carbon Landscaping

The United Nations declared 2015 The Year of Soil - strange. Should it not be The Year of Air or Water. Even, perhaps, Food. These are currency right now; and many companies dive right in reducing their environmental footprint. Good for them. Everyone needs to do their bit.

Water Wise Gardening

Riaan du Plessis, a farmer, stands on the cracked earth that three weeks ago was the bottom of a reservoir on his farm in Groot Marico, South Africa, Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015.

It might not look this bad in your front yard, but it might as the drought persist.

What to do with wood ash?

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The nights are longer. Everything chillier. Time for a lovely log fire? But what to do with your wood ash?
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