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five handy tips for your spring garden

Five handy tips for sprucing up your garden this spring

SPELLBROOK, England (April 2019) – With spring well and truly underway, view our five handy tips.Iit’s finally time to give our gardens a makeover ready for the impending warmth. The cold winter… Full story

Outdoor lighting

Get your garden ready for spring with outdoor lighting

There’s nothing like some outdoor lighting to… Full story

Dog active wearing PitPat

Keep those tails wagging with PitPat!

If you’re looking into ways to keep your dog active, then read the review below on the… Full story

A hedgehog eating Hedgehog Food

Food and water are lifesavers for hedgehogs after hibernation

Members of the public are urged to put Hedgehog Food and water out now as hedgehogs will be dehydrated and hungry following their hibernation and their natural food sources will be in short supply… Full story

Bluebell display


Guests at Settle's Falcon Manor Hotel this spring should check out some of the finest bluebell displays in the area.

According to Jane Gara, general manager of Falcon Manor, the… Full story

Help plants grow

10 Unusual Household Items to Help Your Plants Grow

Eggshells, matches, and human hair are amongst some of the most surprising household items green-fingered Brits can use to help their plants grow. 

The outdoor experts at … Full story

spring garden

Six tips to prepare your garden for spring

With spring just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to dust off the gardening gloves and get back in our green spaces. But with over half (52%) of Brits completely neglecting their garden… Full story

landscaping competition winners - BBC Gardeners' World Live

Choose landscaping: skills gap means experts are in demand

Phil Tremayne, general manager of the Association of Professional Landscapers (APL),  tells Garden Trade Specialist about the skills shortage in the industry…

The skills… Full story

Walking dog through park

Your dog will make keeping your New Year’s resolutions a walk in the park!

Picking a New Year’s resolution can sometimes be tricky and sticking to that resolution for the year can be even more of a challenge.  Have you ever thought about enlisting the help of your dog to… Full story

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GIMA Knowledge Exchange Workshops – four more confirmed for autumn/winter schedule

GIMA ’s autumn/ winter programme of Knowledge Exchange Workshops has recently kicked off with its Sales Development & Territory Planning Workshop, which was incredibly well received by… Full story

Reduce cutting time with Murray mowers

Reduce cutting time with Murray mowers

Life can be complicated but taking care of your garden needn’t… Full story

Greenfingers Charity

Pot of Prosecco: Woodlodge to support Greenfingers Charity at Glee with pottery raffle

Woodlodge has announced it will once again be raising money for Greenfingers Charity at Glee 2018 by hosting a raffle in aid of this worthy cause.

Proudly celebrating its seventh year of… Full story

Crest Garden

Autumn action now with Crest Garden!

Summer 2018 is certainly one to remember! There has been hot sunshine for week after week. Lots of people have been out enjoying the beautiful weather. But what about the gardens? Lawns all brown… Full story

raspberry rust

Raspberry rust advice from Lubera

Anyone who has raspberries in their garden will come into contact with raspberry yellow rust sooner or later. We are talking about the plant pathogen Phragmidium rubi-idaei, which often appears… Full story

Tiger Sheds

Can you turn your garden shed into a money-maker?

After producing the world’s first brewing shed where you can make and sell your own beer, outdoor building manufacturer, Tiger Sheds, has gone on to take an in depth look into why Brits are… Full story