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How to Get your Squashes Happily Fruiting

Have your squashes failed to bear fruit? Let’s go through this to find out why. First of all, it is essential to know that squashes and all types of cucurbits (whether they are melons, cucumbers, pumpkins, zucchinis, or courgettes) produce…
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It’s All About The Soil – and 4 Ways to Improve it Easily

Knowing about soil can be highly beneficial for a gardener. Through this, we can understand the moisture and nutrients required for enhancing plant growth. We will walk you through the various soil types, ways to test, and methods to improve…
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Lunar Gardening

Lunar gardening is a method of planting crops based on the Moon cycle. It is also known as gardening based on the Moon. Recently, lunar gardening has become extremely popular among gardeners. However, it is a traditional method adopted by…
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Oak Before Ash, or Ash Before Oak?

There is an old saying that you may have heard of. It goes something like this: “Oak before ash, splash splash,Ash before oak, and we’re in for a soak!” One lesson that I have long since realised is that animals,…
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Organic Pest Control – 4 Must-Try Methods

Nothing else can be more disturbing than watching bugs and insects munching on your healthy garden plants. You might be worried about how to control these invaders.  Organic pest control is by far the best method to get rid of…
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Raised Bed Vegetable Gardening – a Great Way to Grow Crops in 2021

Raised bed gardening is an efficient and convenient way to start gardening. You can create a wonderful vegetable plot in your garden with the help of these beds. Here are a few of the aspects to consider which can aid…
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Storing and Preserving your Fruit and Veg Bounty

A great way to deal with a surplus of fruit and vegetables is by storing and preserving them. Storing and preserving your crop can be done in a variety of ways. Let’s take a look at them.Keeping fruit and vegetables…
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Teabags -8 Great Ways to Use Them in Your Garden

8 Ways to Use Teabags on Your Plants Do you know that what is garbage in your kitchen is actually a treasure for your garden? Teabags are extremely beneficial when it comes to their unique uses in your garden, especially the…
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The Pollinator Garden

Planning to transform your garden into a pollinator garden – a vital fast food takeaway for Britain Bees and other beneficial bugs?? If yes, it will be a significant step in the revival of the declining population of wild bees…
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The Stinging Nettle – an Amazing Plant (updated 2021)

This will hopefully prove to be an interesting subject where we investigate an incredible wild plant, the stinging nettle. Bear with me whilst I take you through it, because I promise you that you will never look at this weed…
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Top Ten Easy Veg to Grow

Here are the top ten easy veg to grow if you are just starting out. Take a look:
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Top Tomato Tips – 6 Ways to Get Your Flowers to Fruit

Are your tomatoes flowering well but aren’t producing any fruits? The good news is that you are not alone. Between us, we will have them fruiting in next to no time.Although other vegetables like squash produce separate male and female…
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