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How to Increase Your Gardens Wildlife Traffic

Feb 02, 13 How to Increase Your Gardens Wildlife Traffic

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Regardless of the size or condition of your garden, look hard enough and you will likely find an abundance of wildlife. It may not be as obvious as birds nesting in your hedge but there is a range of wildlife in any garden, When seeking to increase the range of wildlife in your garden, the goal should be to use features that create...

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Saving Water In Your Garden

Jan 22, 13 Saving Water In Your Garden

Posted by in Featured, Organic

Taking steps to conserve as much as possible has a number of benefits for your garden. If you live in a temperate climate and are vulnerable to drought, learning to save water can be invaluable when water is short and your garden is at risk. There are also environmental benefits and is an attraction for your local wildlife. Grey...

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8 Benefits of a Hedge

Jan 15, 13 8 Benefits of a Hedge

Posted by in Featured, Gardening

While the most common use for a hedge is creating the boundary around your garden in the same way of a wall of fence, hedges have a number of other benefits including: Natural Appearance Planting a hedge creates a natural, unobtrusive backdrop for the rest of your design, blending well with the rest of your planting. Wind-Breaker...

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Making your own Compost

Jan 10, 13 Making your own Compost

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Instead of buying your own compost, why not make use of all that garden waste that you send off to your nearest landfill each and year and produce some of your own. Making your compost can save you money, protect the environment and the compost heap can act as a brilliant addition to your garden, attracting wildlife and supplying...

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Attracting Red Squirrels to Your Garden

Jan 04, 13 Attracting Red Squirrels to Your Garden

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Despite their rapid decline since the introduction of the Grey Squirrel to the British Wildlife in 1876, the red squirrel can still be found near coniferous and deciduous woodland in certain parts of the UK. If are near an area which you know is the home of Red Squirrels, you attract them with feeders, it is important to make sure...

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How to Deal with a Neighbours Overhanging Tree

Jan 03, 13 How to Deal with a Neighbours Overhanging Tree

Posted by in Design, Featured

After spending a lot of time and energy, not to mention money, building the garden of your dreams, there are few things more damaging to your endeavours than one of your neighbours planting a great tree that hangs over your garden, raining down a shadow that deprives your plants of sunlight. How you adapt your garden to the new...

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