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Author: Adam Boddy   Date Posted: 1 December 2012

Summer is the time of year that we get to reap the rewards of all our hard work. Plants grow so fast you can see them changing day to day. Summer can also be a lot of work though, here are some tips to make your life a little easier.

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Author: Rowan   Date Posted: 21 September 2012

Spring is well and truly upon us, the days are starting to warm up, the trees and flowers are starting to wake up and put out new buds.... Spring is probably the most exciting time for us gardeners; there is simply so much choice...



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