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    Fun Garden Games for Half-Term

    Tuesday, February 10, 2015
    If you’re struggling to keep the kids entertained this half term you might want to liven it up with these creative new garden games. Homemade bowling balls made from empty water bottles, a tennis ba...

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    Whitepod, the eco-friendly glamping resort nestl...

    Thursday, February 5, 2015
    Whitepod brings eco-friendly ideals to skiing and winter camping. You can ski Whitepod on its private slopes or brave the crowds at the more advanced slopes nearby. The snow-covered hills give plenty...

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    Garden Birds

    Tuesday, January 13, 2015
    Feeding garden birds Now that the weather is getting cold and frosty and snow is forecast – we mustn’t forget about feeding our garden birds.  There are so many different seeds and food t...

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    Winter Garden

    Friday, December 26, 2014
    Add interest to your Winter Garden -it’s getting cold and it’s time to think about what you can do in your garden during the winter. If it hasn't snowed yet this year it might be nice to add some...

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March gardening calendar

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March is often a busy month in gardening. Spring is just around the corner which means less frost, that is what we are hoping for at least. A lot more warmer days on which we can do a whole lot in the garden! This gardening calendar will give you useful tips to make your garden bloom this spring.   Re-potting Use a pot that is about twice the size of the currently used pot. Cover the bottom of the larger pot with gravel or clay granules. This will regulate the humidity/moisture. Large, slow-growing plants need to be re-potted once every two years. Faster growing plants should be re-potted annually. Here are some more tips: Re-pot plants that grow flower buds after the flowering process. After buying a container plant, it…

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Folding furniture

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With attention to engineering, style, and function, new space-saving designs are the perfect solution for small spaces and growing families. Space-saving furniture allows us to expand the use of our space without expanding the space itself.

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Creative Garden Ideas Using Doors and Windows

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We want to share some great ideas for enhancing your garden design with repurposed doors and windows. Turn a Georgian Window into a Garden Mirror With their clean lines and multiple divided lights, Georgian style windows are easily transformed into intriguing garden art. Light your garden with small mirrors or, easier yet, fasten one large mirror behind the window.  Use the window-mirror to make a small space in your garden appear larger. Add Stained Glass to the Garden Accents of stained glass bring colour and form to a garden.  Strong, deep hues are especially welcome in garden plots that are more practical than colourful, like a vegetable or herb garden. Let your Plants Climb on an Iron Grille Trellis A repurposed iron grille or gate adds excitement to a anonymous wall…

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Succulents in the garden

Friday, January 16, 2015
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DIY Pallet Furniture Set

Wednesday, February 20, 2013
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Unusual Furniture & Rattan Designs

Wednesday, November 14, 2012