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How to decorate your garden and play area

By redguerrilla on 28/10/16 in: Enhance Your Home

How to decorate your Garden and Play Area without compromising Child Safety

When planning home improvements it is essential that child safety is at the forefront of all endeavours. According to ChildAlert.co.uk, 130,000 children are injured in the garden each year. The garden is an exciting and exhilarating place for children to play, and the open spaces encourage creativity and exploration. But it also holds many potential dangers for children, such as accidents caused by trips and falls or encounters with wildlife.

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Why every landscape gardener has bark chippings in their arsenal!

By Cathryn Robson on 09/05/14 in: For The Garden

Ask any successful landscape gardener and they will tell you that they always have a good supply of bark chippings. Read on to find out why they are so popular. When it comes to landscape gardening, anybody involved in this busy industry knows that it’s all about creativity, design and…

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Your garden and mulching

By Cathryn Robson on 25/04/14 in: For The Garden

It is almost the time of year where our garden would benefit greatly from some mulching…. The time of year is fast approaching where it is the perfect opportunity to create a beautiful design in your garden to see the rest of the year through. During the late spring time…

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Keep your beds weed free with bark chippings

By Cathryn Robson on 08/11/13 in: For The Garden

No matter how much we tend to our gardens, weeds seem to pop up out of nowhere. Turn your back for half a day and there’s a small leafy growth appearing in a place you know you haven’t deliberately planted any shrubs or plants. To say it’s annoying is an…

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Keep your plants covered in a blanket of love this winter!

By Cathryn Robson on 01/10/13 in: Seasonal

Keep your plants covered in a blanket of love this winter! As autumn draws in the temptation of sitting in a big comfy chair, curling up with a blanket, hot chocolate and good book is strong…keeping warm and feeling loved. It’s the same for plants – they too like to…

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