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Household Tips Found on Vintage Cigarette Cards     In the 1930s, Will’s Cigarettes issued a series of cigarette cards that shared household tips, and they’reRead More >>
Propagating rosemary is a really great way to get value for money out of shop-bought herbs. It’s also an excellent way to keep it fresh – no more forgotten bags of damp, brown roseRead More >>
Houseplants need a different kind of TLC in winter than they do in summer. Follow our five-step guide to keeping them healthy when it’s cold and dark outside.     1. WateRead More >>
Humane-Pest-Control
Looking for a Humane Pest Control option to rid you from the nuisance of urban foxes, rats, mice or other pests? John Bryant, Animal Welfare Consultant for the Humane Wildlife DeteRead More >>
Is gardening expensive? It can be, but doesn’t really need to be. Like most things, you can spend a small fortune on all the latest gadgets that promise you perfect pumpkins,Read More >>
When you first consider growing your own vegetables it may seem like a good idea on starting an allotment. Normally provided by the local council, allotments are usually available Read More >>
Look after Lawn
Find out how to look after your lawn or grass, the carpet of the outdoors. If you’re house-proud, be sure to make yourself lawn-proud as it’s an easy way to create an aRead More >>
You don’t need a big garden to enjoy home grown fruit and vegetables, there’s a heap of frut and veg you can grow while gardening in Small Spaces.Even if you have only Read More >>
Compost is an essential ingredient in any garden as it adds bulk and replaces organic matter in your soil. It also provides vital nutrients, increasing the health of your soil and Read More >>
Soil Types in your Garden Your soil is the most important ingredient in your garden. In order to grow, plants need soil that contains nutrients (their food), water to help them takRead More >>
This section will advise you on the essential tools to get you going in your garden. There is a bewildering array of gardening tools available to tempt new gardeners into parting wRead More >>
  With the festive season upon us, the British Christmas Tree Growers Association (BCTGA) sent us through its top tips on how to care for real Christmas trees, making sure theRead More >>
May is a fantastic time of year to get yourself out in the garden and get on with a few of those jobs you’ve been meaning to get round to. They’re all pretty quick and Read More >>