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Picnic benches and Seating

Round Picnic Benches ideal for garden Parties and BBQ’s.

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Summer is HERE?

Now that summer is finally here or not? Still there are times to get out into your garden and enjoy the day until we start getting winter coming round again. Why not treat yourself to some new garden furniture or ornaments perhaps to keep the garden looking nice and refreshed, you never know the sun might come out.

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SeedBalls – Award Winning Seeds in a Ball.

A selection of various wild flowers for different growing areas, Bee and Butterfly range, Edible range with Tea, herb and Salad mixes and many more, ideal in pots, beds, borders.  Create a wildflower meadow in your garden. View the complete range and more information at SeedBalls     

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Flowerpot Men Range

Flower Pot Men Range – Why not add someone to your garden this summer with these wooden flower pot men doing various tasks around the garden, look great as a collection or by their own planted out. Check out the full range here – http://www.garden-shopping.co.uk/search/flowerpot-men   

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Seedballs – Award Winning 2017.

The award winning product that is a new concept to growing, these individual balls are designed to keep pests at bay while growing from seed.      

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Seedballs – new way to plant seeds in your garden.

          We have lots of other Seedball mixes that you can use, email us direct to make your order at info@garden-shopping.co.uk  3 tins available at £18.99 including delivery.   Also available are a Tea Mix / Salad Mix, edible range.

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Time to tidy up……..Storage solutions for your garden.

Why not give your garden a tidy up ready for the growing season with these handy storage solutions from Garden-shopping. If the sizes are not your liking then we can get them made to your sizes, just send us a message with your sizes, door location any shelving? and we will get a price back to you.  

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Storage from garden-shopping.co.uk

Happy New Year 2017.

Happy New Year – 2017. Start by planning your spring/summer vegetable garden.  Cold and foggy days are perfect for planning spring planting and jobs. On the beautiful sunny days of winter, go outside to do pruning, planting, and all the other gardening chores. The positive side of cold weather is that deciduous fruit trees get the chill hours needed to … Continue reading

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December gardening tips

General tasks and garden maintenance Carry on digging over beds and borders and incorporate as much organic matter as you can. Forking over not only helps prepare the soil for next year, it helps reduce pests by exposing them to hungry birds. Protect pots and taps from frost by wrapping insulation around them. Bubble wrap is ideal and probably in … Continue reading

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November jobs to do in the allotment

In the vegetable garden. • Lift parsnips after the first frosts when their flavour will have sweetened. • Divide mature clumps of rhubarb once they are dormant. • Now is a great time to prepare a perennial vegetable bed which can be planted up with rhubarb crowns and asparagus crowns. • Prepare a bed for planting autumn garlic. Improve heavy … Continue reading

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