Eco-friendly

  1. Grow your own food from garden planters on a balcony

    These days, we all want to grow our own food at home in order to reduce our grocery bills or to reduce the distance from soil to table, reducing your carbon foot print. But what if you live in a flat and don't have the a garden? Well, there is a growing

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  2. Growing your own – a guide to planting and growing flowers, food & herbs

    Growing your own – a guide to planting and growing flowers, food & herbs

    Gardening is an amazing and very rewarding past-time, which is enjoyed by many people across the globe and by a variety of age groups. If you're tired of just having a simple lawn, there are countless ways that you can enhance your garden. Through

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  3. Link between new bee virus strain and mites could signal an end to bee colony decline

    Link between new bee virus strain and mites could signal an end to bee colony decline

    Bees in the Garden

    With summer just round the corner, we are all used to seeing bees buzzing about in the garden. What many people forget is that bees are major pollinators around the world. In fact, over 70 of the worlds 100

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  4. Harnessing renewable energy for the family home

    Harnessing renewable energy for the family home

    People are also becoming greener by recycling more, with a growing number of councils providing people with the means to be more efficient.

    After the recent recession, people have become savvy and more aware of saving money, so being efficient

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  5. How to make your garden eco-friendly

    How to make your garden eco-friendly

    Making your gardening methods environmentally-friendly requires a lot of time and effort, so luckily for you, our products can unlock many ways in which your garden can help save the planet.

    Grow your own food

    One of

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  6. Back up with a Water Butt

    It’s official – the UK is facing another drought this summer. Water supplies will be down and gardens risk going dry without a little TLC, so why not look into investing in a Water Butt to help your garden and save water this summer?

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  7. Flying the flag for growing your own

    Flying the flag for growing your own

    With increasing awareness of what we should be eating as a nation, people in the UK are taking a genuine interest in what is ending up on the kitchen table, and the term 'Grow Your Own' is sprouting up everywhere.

    A leading UK garden centre

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