Monthly Archives: August 2021

  1. How to Prepare Your Garden for Autumn

    How to Prepare Your Garden for Autumn

    As the nights begin to draw in and the weather gets colder, it becomes time to start thinking about getting your garden ready for autumn. Most plants fare better in warmer climes, so it’s time to start planning what you need to do to make sure your garden stays gorgeous all autumn long!

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  2. How to Create Your Own Fairy Garden

    A meadow.

    Fairy gardens are a great way to get kids outside and doing something different, as well as making your garden look a bit more fun! These miniature gardens consist of small landscapes filled with plants, tiny houses, and trinkets that are designed to attract fairies to your garden. Whether you believe in fairies, or your grandchildren do, making and decorating this fairy garden together will be a lovely memory together.

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  3. How to Create a Memorial Garden

    An angel with some purple flowers.

    The loss of a loved one is something everyone will experience in their lifetime. While the only way to deal with a loss is by giving yourself time, creating a memorial garden is a special way for you to feel connected to those you have lost, whilst also giving you a safe space to mourn and recover. This blog will give you an overview on how to start this project, as well as what you need to consider for the long run. This will be a lasting legacy to your loved one and will help you to heal at the same time. 

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  4. How to Start an Allotment

    National Allotment Week 2021

    National Allotment Week in the UK runs from 9th – 15th August 2021, and the theme this year is Plotting for the Future: celebrating the contribution that allotments make to a sustainable future. If you have been thinking about starting an allotment, or just want to be a bit eco-friendlier, here are some of the top tips and tricks that you’ll need to get that plot planted!

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