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April Edition: Grow your Christmas dinner

April Edition: Grow your Christmas dinner

It may seem like a lifetime away and with summer approaching, the last thing you want to think about, but now is the time to start sowing seeds of certain...
Nicola Wallis
Pippa Greenwood: What to Sow in April in your garden

Pippa Greenwood: What to Sow in April in your garden

Renowned gardening expert Pippa Greenwood shares what she is up to in the garden and planting in April and May.
Nicola Wallis
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3 Easy Steps to Stop Sweet Peas being eaten by Mice

If you have ever wondered "whats eating my sweet pea seedlings?" then the answer is probably mice.  Mice like cheese but mice LOVE sweet peas and peas too!  Sweet peas...
Hannah Collis
Haxnicks Steel Pea Bean Growing Frame

Product Bite: Steel Pea & Bean Frame -for all climbing plants

The Haxnicks Steel Pea & Bean Frame is a sturdy and versatile climbing vegetable support. Make life easy when growing climbing plants
Sarah Talbot
Pippa Greenwood: Haxnicks gardening advice for March

Pippa Greenwood: Haxnicks gardening tips for March

Here are my gardening tips for March.  As the weather starts to warm up, the chances are your garden’s slug population will start to make its presence felt. How to...
Sarah Talbot
Product Bite: Easy Riddle easy to use Garden Sieve

Product Bite: Easy Riddle easy to use Garden Sieve

What is the Easy Riddle? Easy Riddle is a garden sieve.  A good garden sieve is a basic and essential part of a gardener’s tool kit. Easy Riddle is an...
Sarah Talbot
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4 Types of Gardeners - which one are you?

There are 4 types of gardeners -- which one are you? The Escapees These people will generally have an allotment although they can be found in the garden shed equipped...
Tildenet Marketing
How to photograph plant and your garden the best way Haxnicks tips

Garden Photography: How to photograph your garden

Be it allotment or garden. Do you ever gaze at the beautiful oasis you have created and wish you were better at garden photography? And that you could capture just...
Sarah Talbot
Haxnicks gardening tips and tricks seeds to plant in Spring

March gone already? Jobs for the Spring

Garden jobs are on my mind. March is supposed to be spring. ‘In like a lion, out like a lamb’ is one of the sayings about this particular month. Literally...
Sarah Talbot
The potty Gardener and how to keep your shed tidy with SoftTie

The Potty gardener sorting with Soft-Tie & spiders!

Thankfully, I have survived the storms and the spiders to tell the tale of the looking after Rootrainers, the marvels of Soft-tie and the cure for arachnophobia….
Hannah Collis
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March and there is still much to do

Its March. The sun is out , the sky is blue, there’s not a cloud to spoil the view, it’s time to get going as there’s so much to do!...
Tildenet Marketing
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Jobs for the beginning of Spring

Is the 21st March the Official First Day of Spring? Spring is definitely here, the daffodils, hyacinths and tulips are in full flow. The smell of freshly cut lawn is...
Tildenet Marketing