Monthly Archives: January 2015

  1. Gardening spotlight: Charles Dowding

    Gardening spotlight: Charles Dowding

    Charles Dowding has had his name associated with no-dig gardening for years now, and it is unlikely that you will find people who practice no-dig gardening who do not know of him. Charles found his feet in no-dig gardening some 30 years ago and hasn’t

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  2. Know your soil – what to grow and what to avoid

    Know your soil – what to grow and what to avoid

    Every garden starts with the soil that's supporting the growth of plant life. Whether gardeners are completely new to the experience or are maintaining an already established garden, it's important to take the soil being used into consideration in order

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  3. Pallet gardening do’s and don’t’s

    Pallet gardening do’s and don’t’s

    Pallet gardening is becoming a trend for many home-owners, but few are aware of how to go about it. While the flexibility gained by gardening on pallets is unparalleled and unrivalled by any other popular means, there are a few things gardeners need to

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  4. Is An Arbour Right For Your Garden?

    Is An Arbour Right For Your Garden?

    An arbour can be the centrepiece of any garden design. It is often the focal point of a garden and creates a shady seating option for those who want to truly experience their garden upon completion and within full bloom. However, there's quite a few logistical

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  5. How deep must a fence post be set for a 6ft fence

    How deep must a fence post be set for a 6ft fence

    Every garden landscaper or builder will tell you that if the supporting fence posts are not correctly positioned or dug deep enough, your fence will be weak and will not last.

    If you find yourself in a situation where fence posts have not been

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  6. How to Weave a Willow fence

    How to Weave a Willow fence

    Weaving a willow fence is actually very easy. As something that has been done for centauries thanks to it’s easy to build advantage and long lasting factor. The fence itself is incredibly sturdy and when done properly will take a lot of force to

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