Monthly Archives: September 2021

  1. How to Use Our Website

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    Here at Garden Ability, we want you to be able to get the most out of our website, which we have built especially for you. It’s easy to get confused, especially if the internet is new to you: we have compiled a handy manual on how to use our website to its fullest potential and get everything you want and need at the drop of a hat!


    Searching for what you want

    Knowing what you want makes things a lot easier when shopping online, as you can just search for it. At the top of our homepage, which looks like this:

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  2. 10 British Birds Found in Your Garden

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    As the seasons change, a lot of the typical British birds fly south for the winter, in search of warmer climes. However, it’s helpful to know the types of birds that could appear in your garden, not just so that you can recognise them, but also to make sure you’re giving them everything they need to thrive. This list has 10 species of birds that can be found in British gardens to make sure you know exactly what they need from you to keep coming back for more!

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  3. The Easiest Vegetables to Grow Yourself


    Growing your own veg can be a daunting task, especially if you’re not sure where to start. Even though the season for harvesting your own, homegrown vegetables is almost over, there is still time to plan for next season! We have compiled a list of the easiest vegetables to grow at home, so you can make sure you’re ready, even if you’re a beginner, for your next chance at growing your own crop of veg.

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  4. 5 Gardening Tips for Beginners

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    Starting your gardening journey can be a daunting task, especially when you’re not sure what you’re doing! We have curated a list of 5 of the most valuable gardening tips for those who are just starting out, or just need a little extra help knowing what to do.

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