1. Why have a water feature in your garden? Six reasons to go with the flow

    Six reasons why you need a water feature in your garden and in your life!

    Do you suffer from the worries of 21st century living? Mental or physical health problems; emotional stress; anxiety; high blood pressure or insomnia? Or perhaps you feel your life simply needs to tune into the calmness of nature? There are many reasons why water in the garden is a positive addition on many different levels, and not just in a 'cascade' sense!

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  2. Five best herbs and vegetables for the kitchen garden

    Ready, steady, grow your own when the major growing season arrives each spring. When the danger of frost has passed, there's no time to waste down on the vegetable plot and the sooner you start growing, the faster your crops will be making their way to the kitchen table. Are you a newbie to kitchen garden vegetable growing?

    Here's our selection of five easy crops that can be sown and grown now.

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  3. Why you should love having a small garden. Are small gardens best?

    Small can be beautifull and not the gardening disadvantage that you might think. There are so many people who stipulate needing a large garden when buying a property. But the majority of modern houses are set in small plots. There can be great benefits, however. Maybe you shouldn't reject the idea of buying a home in a diminutive plot.

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  4. Peaches, nectarines and apricots: can you grow these exotic fruits in the UK?

    Thinking of planting a fruit tree? No doubt you'll consider an apple, a plum or a pear tree.But how about something more exotic?  Did you know that you can expect full sized fruit from even tiny, patio-sized fruit trees such as peach, nectarine and apricot?  It’s all about the variety of tree and the rootstock. Here's a simple guide to get you started, it's a lot easier than you might think.  

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