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21 May 2019

Enjoy National Children's Gardening Week

From 25th May, to 2nd June National Children’s Gardening Week is a week full of encouraging children to enjoy gardening and plants! Gardening can help children learn new skills, understand where food comes from and the importance of wildlife. So what can you enjoy in the garden with your children during National Children’s Gardening Week?

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13 May 2019

Mental Health Awareness Week - Gardening Is Good For You

Research from around the world has confirmed something many gardeners already know ­– gardening really is good for you! We've packed this news post full of fascinating facts about how gardening brings benefits to our physical and mental health. Read on to find out more!

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26 April 2019

Ideas to celebrate National Gardening Week 2019!

National Gardening Week this year is from 29th April to 5th May and it is the nation’s biggest celebration of gardening. This great week is to encourage everyone to share the love and enjoyment of growing home-grown produce in the garden or down the allotment. The Royal Horticultural Society has set the theme as Edible Britain and will be celebrating all things grow your own throughout the week. But what can you do to help spread the word about the benefits of growing your own?

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24 April 2019

How to reuse and recycle your old garden pots?

Plastic use is a big problem and one that we can all help to minimise by doing our bit. There is a lot of plastic usage in the horticultural industry but just about everything can be reused or recycled in numerous ways both in the garden and at home. It’s a great way to ensure plastic doesn't go to landfill and saves money at the same time.