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888Church Street, Cannington, Nr Bridgwater, Somerset01278 655 042www.canningtonwalledgardens.co.ukTA5 2HAOpen all year, daily, 10am-5pm (winter Mon-Fri only, until 4pm). Adults £3.50, OAPs £2.50, under-18s free. Single discount with card: 10%.parking,toilets,part-disabled,plants...
661Great Dixter, Northiam, Rye, East Sussex01797 252 878www.greatdixter.co.ukTN31 6PHOpen 29 Mar-27 Oct, Tue- Sun & bank hols, 11am-5pm. Adults/OAPs £7.50, children (5-15) £4. Card valid: 1 Sep-27 Oct, plus 1-30 April 2014 only.parking,toilets,part-disabled,plants,refreshments,pi...
836Rue du Bordage, St Pierre du Bois, Guernsey01481 263 911www.millefleurs.co.ukGY7 9DWOpen by appointment, 1 Apr-30 Sep, Mon-Fri, 10.30am-1pm. Adults/OAPs £6, children (5-14) £3. Single discount with card: 10%. Card not valid on charity/event days – phone or see website for deta...
I wish to purchase a ligthweight fork and spade set for my elderly father. Does anyone have any recommendations? I understand that Fiskars do a set but I have seen mixed reviews. You could have a look at the Wilkinson Sword stainless steel range
mix then dump it in remember border plants and bulbs do not need really deep soil, a foot or so of good stuff will do.Top up with good compost or compost and soil mix, some GC's and supermarkets were selling three bags for £10, mix in some fine grit
Hello, I have several bags of saw dust & wood savings can it be worked into veg patch and used as a mulch in flower borders ? Regards Sandy I mix it in with what comes out of the shredder and it goes straight on the garden.I'd avoid treated wood
for as wellthank you Hi my name Darren this year I have mulched my mixed border with bark, I'm fed up with the weeds that keep coming back how should I feed my plants, with slow release fertilizer granules or soluble in water will it ruin the soil if I keep putting
takes your fancy. It's your choice. Now is good. Spring next week. Just planted up a new border which will be a mix of shrubs and perennials. Had nearly all the shrubs a first and then lay them out looking at height etc They are the long term structure
Has anyone bought one of these 'shake n sow' tubs? Curious as to what types of flowers are included - assume they're all annuals (but that they may self sow if leave to go to seed). Need a nice variety of flowers for a few new borders
will go well with those bugle and primroses....and ferns and ivy go well with anything also mixed with hardy geraniums I have just bought Tiarella (foam flower) and I see it is invasive, anybody know just how much, and if it is spread rapidly by the root