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2019
05 Jul

TIPS ON HELPING TO CREATE A PEAT FREE GARDEN

What is peat? Peat is basically partially-decomposed plant material that has been built up over thousands of years in wetland areas. It comprises of acid-loving plants mostly native to bogs such as …

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2019
17 Jun

Top tips for growing herbs

Most supermarkets sell ready-potted herbs nowadays, but it is fun to grow your own. And a lot of herbs are easy to grow indoors too in pots. Herb growing top tips You just need a soil-based compost …

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2019
10 Jun

How to make and fill a raised bed

Raised beds can be a great way to organise and control healthy plants and it's easier than you might think. Read our tips below to discover more. 1 Find a space with plenty of light The first thi…

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2019
03 Jun

A Guide to Companion Gardening

What is companion gardening? Something every gardener will hear at some point when planting a veggie patch is “but what about companion gardening?” This is not an exact science, but most vegetabl…

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2019
25 May

National Wine Week

Wine growing in the UK There are more than 430 vineyards in England and Wales, with the majority based here in the South East. The average vineyard covers 3.3 hectares and there are no less than 1,5…

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2019
05 May

IT’S COMPOST AWARENESS WEEK!

To celebrate Compost Awareness Week, we're sharing some of our top tips for creating the perfect compost. Interesting facts about compost Food scraps can make up around 25% of your waste, so com…

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2019
07 Mar

Our Top 5 Gardening Books

Our Top 5 Gardening Books As part of World Book Day 2019, we would like to recommend some books that we feel are essential gardening bibles. 1.      The Lawn Expert, by D. G. Hessayon ISBN 09…

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2019
01 Mar

A Few Facts about Daffodils

In celebration of St David's Day, we've put together a few facts about the humble Daffodil Did you know.... Daffodils actually come from Greece and were first cultivated in ancient Rome and Greece a…

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2019
28 Feb

Gardening Tips - March

It’s all go in March! If you have an allotment or vegetable patch in your garden, now is the time to start planting to most vegetables to maximise growth and yield. To start you off, we've created…

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2019
22 Feb

Going Live on BBC Sussex

After being named Organic Dairy Farmer of the Year at the Cream Awards in February, Managing Director of The Woodhorn Group and fourth generation farmer, John Pitts was invited to speak to BBC Sussex …

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