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What To Plant For A Mild Winter Garden

What To Plant For An Impressive Winter Garden

Mild winters are the saving grace when you live in a climate where summers are a little too long and often too hot for comfort.
10 Houseplants That Are Near Impossible To Kill

10 Houseplants That Are Near Impossible To Kill

Bring the outside in with these handsome, low-maintenance houseplants.
5 Easy Ways to Make Your Garden a Great Home for Your Pets

5 Easy Ways to Make Your Garden a Great Home for Your Pets

Making your garden pet friendly isn’t as tricky as you think.
Everything You Need to Know About Choosing a Pet for Your Kids

Everything You Need to Know About Choosing a Pet for Your Kids

Ready for the responsibility? Here’s all you need to know.
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Growing Magnolias Made Easy

Growing Magnolias Made Easy

Easy DIY advice and tips on how to grow, prune and feed magnolias for scented winter blooms.
Japanese Maple

Growing Japanese Maples

For a blaze of autumn colour in even the smallest garden, go for the bright and bold foliage of a Japanese maple.
How to build a retaining wall – fast!

How to build a retaining wall – fast!

DIY expert Frank Gardner needed to find a simple system for installing a retaining wall in a just a day.
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Most People Can Not Spot the Snake in this Photo – Can You?

Most People Can Not Spot the Snake in this Photo – Can You?

What's more terrifying than having a snake loose in your backyard? Not being able to see it…
When to Prune

When to Prune

Here is a calendar to help guide you through the pruning seasons.

gardening tips

Gardening Tips You Should Ignore

Five myths that you and your plants would be better off disregarding.

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6 best screening hedge plant

Plant any of these varieties for a hedge that will block out the neighbours and provide privacy

natural fertilizers

7 Surprising Fertilizers for Your Garden

Feeding your plants shouldn't mean buying a plastic container full of synthetic fertilizer. Often, you can feed your garden with what you have around your home. And with these fertilizers, you're often reusing or recycling some old product to help your garden, making you even greener. Here are seven ways to do just that:

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