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A Christmas Date?

24.12.2013 - by

Falling as it does in the middle of winter, Christmas isn’t a great time for garden lovers (some people may think). We couldn’t disagree more! Christmas would be nothing without plants…

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A woman’s guide to barbecuing

03.04.2014 - by

Women: barbecuing is surprisingly easy, as long as you have a bottle of gin and a competitive man to hand.

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Beat the blues, be green! Tips for hardy gardeners

12.12.2013 - by

The days are getting shorter and darker and the wet weather is setting in… it’s about this time of year that people start to feel SAD – seasonal affective disorder. That’s the winter blues to you and me.

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Dear Colours!

26.03.2013 - by

What happened to you? All we see is grey, some grey and then more grey. We know you can do better.

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Dear Spring!

26.03.2013 - by

We miss you so much. Why don't you pay us a visit and spread that lovely mood of yours?

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DIY: Autumn Leaves

03.12.2012 - by

Get homely and collect the last leaves of this fall!

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Flower origami - the paper view

03.02.2014 - by

If you are amongst 8 million people who watched the first season of the BBC’s Sherlock TV Series, you would have remembered the black lotus flower. Now you can make your own black lotus, although we went for a blue version.

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For the perfect Christmas ambience, choose a parasite

10.12.2013 - by

If you think of parasites, there are probably two words that won’t come to mind. One is romance; the other is Christmas. If someone told you that he had fleas or a tapeworm, your first reaction probably wouldn’t be to kiss him or to put on the Christmas tunes. But if he brought you a parasite that grows on apple trees, the humble mistletoe, then you probably would.

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Happy Easter

28.03.2013 - by

Happy Easter from all of us. Make sure your shrubs grow thick.

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Happy New Year!

30.12.2013 - by

The New Year is always a time for celebration – nowhere more so than in Scotland where Hogmanay is celebrated by a practice of first-footing. The first-foot is the first person to enter the household on New Year’s Day and brings good fortune for the coming year.

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