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Wildflower Garden Ideas
Gardening

Wild Flower Garden Ideas

  Wildflower Garden Ideas At this time of year, pathways, hedgerows, woodlands and verges are full of colour from wildflowers which give us plenty of inspiration for wild flower garden ideas. Their nectar rich blooms open with the aid of Nature’s perfect timing to coincide with hungry bees and pollinators who are waking up and …

All Summer Blooming Flowers Colourful Zinnias
Summer Gardens

All Summer Blooming Flowers

All Summer Blooming Flowers Don’t you just love spring and summer? I do. Each day we gain more daylight time, gardens are lush and colourful, blossom is blooming in the hedgerows, fruit trees are popping, buzzing with pollinators, it’s a wonderful time of year. Now is the time to sow the seeds for all summer …

Tiny seedlings growing in compost, 6 Best Seed propagators review
Reviews

Electric Heated Propagator Review

  8 Of The Best Electric Heated Propagator Review If you are lucky enough to have a greenhouse you can create the best conditions for what ever plants you wish to grow. If not then a warm sunny windowsill is also an adequate environment. Or you can use an electric heated propagator. There are some …

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Summer Gardens

Flower Garden Colour Combinations

Flower Garden Colour Combinations   It’s the time of year when we are starting to plant out indoor sown annuals, direct sow some more and happily watching perennial plants popping up. Back in the autumn and winter we put our minds to what we wanted to grow this year, which flower garden colour combinations did …

Perennial Plants. First Year Flowering. Viburnum
Summer Gardens

Perennial Plants. First Year Flowering

Perennial Plants. First Year Flowering What Are Perennial Plants? Perennials are plants that live for 2 years or more. They flower each year usually in spring and summer following a period of dieback and dormancy. Some plants that are perennial in their native habitat are grown by gardeners as annuals due to the differences in …

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