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we have a small London zone 2 garden. it was concrete when we moved in and we worked VERY hard last year to turn it into a small square lawn bordered on two sides by narrow (2') borders. ive realised I have no idea how often to water! if something
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I have heard that it is ok to use bath water and washing machine rinsing water in the garden. Does this include water that has soaps, body wash/oils/radox? Is it ok to use only that for watering pots all the time? I know this will have been
Hello. I live on the south coast and we are having severe drought problems. I use water carefully and save rain in two rain butts, but I have one question. Can I use washing-up water on my garden? I'd be intersted to know if anyone else has
Hi, I am currently studying Product Design and Technology at Loughborough University. I have just started my final year project and am looking at the 'value of water', with particular interest into how we reuse water within the garden. I am looking
Can anyone advise what can be done to drain a garden when the water table is so exceptionally high? It is not just us our neighbours are suffering too. I'm concerned about exisiting shrubs, small trees and bulbs. Not a lot I would have thought
If any hole that you dig fills with water it suggests that your garden is very low. If that is the case then you can't really condition the soil to help matters, but need to raise it. Is that all of the time or just after rain? If its drainage after
The danger of frozen water pipes is on my mind during this freezing weather, but I'm also concerned that garden birds are suffering, too.Water in my bird bath quickly turns into a solid sheet of ice on cold nights, and hasn't been thawing out during
I make my own liquid fertiliser from household and garden waste,it is never the same strength sowhat ratoi should Iuse when watering? Yours margaret magill
I have a woodlouse nursery in my garden, beneath a large terracotta saucer which I use as a wildlife drinking water container/bird bath.When I lift the saucer to clean it, I am always delighted to see woodlice of varying sizes scurrying away to hide.