Monthly Archives: July 2016

  1. How to paint a fence

    How to paint a fence

    To paint a fence may sound like a long and tedious job but forget slapdash and do it properly – your fence will thank you for it.

    Your fence may need a simple spruce up or a complete colour change, but the principles are the same. Do it properly

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  2. How to spot damage and fix broken fence panels

    How to spot damage and fix broken fence panels

    A rotten fence doesn't have to mean a broken garden dream – simply get it fixed.

    Wooden fences and posts eventually rot or even snap in strong winds. And if your panels are sagging, slumping or are a holey disgrace then it's easy to sort.

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  3. The ultimate guide to eco-friendly gardening

    The ultimate guide to eco-friendly gardening

    Reduce your carbon footprint, grow food without insecticides, reuse and recycle your own waste – there are many reasons for wanting to approach gardening in an eco-friendly and sustainable way. For every kilogram of fruit and vegetables that you grow

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  4. The ultimate guide to wildlife gardening

    The ultimate guide to wildlife gardening

    Wildlife gardening is a way for gardeners to put out a welcome sign for all the birds and animals who rely on our green spaces to survive. With dozens of species coming under pressure through losing their natural habitats, it has become ever more important

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  5. How to Build a Fence

    How to Build a Fence

    Let us guide you through the basics of how to build a fence.

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  6. July in the garden

    July in the garden

    June has been a scorcher! Will a little rain and lots of sun, the garden is going strong.

    Soft, leafy growth should ensure the potatoes produce a great crop. Most are flowering now indicating that tubers are present (or coinciding with the beginnings

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