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Don’t forget that birds still need our help while they carry on nesting. Keep on feeding them – after all it is a real treat to see them visiting the garden, and helps to support dwindling populations. View our current wild bird care offers: http://www.thegardencentregroup.co.uk/gardening-club-offers/spring-offers/garden-birds
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With roughly two million garden ponds in Britain, there’s a huge window of opportunity for us to create a pond that attracts wildlife in abundance, providing you with the wildlife-friendly garden our environment is in dire need for. Read more about how to attract wildlife to your pond: http://www.thegardencentregroup.co.uk/gardening-advice/how-to-attract-wildlife-to-your-pond #Garden   #Pond  
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Introducing our first Plant of the Month; the Centaurea montana perennial cornflower is a dazzlingly blue, thistle-like plant, flowering through spring and summer. Get yours now: http://www.thegardencentregroup.co.uk/item/Herbaceous-Perennials/Perennial-Cornflower/Y0Z #Flowers   #FlowerPhotography   #Spring  
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Lucky for us, our gardens are sanctuaries where butterflies can obtain all they need to survive. With a variety of plants to attract butterflies in our gardens, we can have the privilege of hosting the flickering colours of Britain's native butterflies throughout the summer, and keep them coming from year to year. Read our advice guide on butterfly-friendly plants:
http://www.thegardencentregroup.co.uk/gardening-advice/butterfly-friendly-plants
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There's an important reason why our countryside of rolling emerald hills and wild flowers is loved by so many - and we can put it all down to the humble bee, nature's most dedicated gardener! Read our advice guide for more information on bee-friendly plants:
http://www.thegardencentregroup.co.uk/gardening-advice/bee-friendly-plants #BeeFriendly   #Wildlife   #Flowers  
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Different combinations of colour can create different moods in your garden. Look out for our colour wheel in-centre to help you choose your look! Read more: http://www.thegardencentregroup.co.uk/gardening-club-offers/spring-offers/have-fun-with-colour
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If you didn't get around to planting bulbs in the autumn and are wishing you had done, we've grown lots of our favourite bulbs in pots, ready to provide colour for the rest of the season. 

Visit your local centre and choose from our selection of 3 for 2 on selected pot-grown bulbs, brightening up the rest of this spring and many more to follow!
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This #AprilFoolsDay , we’re celebrating all the plants out there famous for their clever tricks! This cunning Ophrys apifera 'bee orchid' deceives male bees into pollinating it by looking and smelling like a female bee! Who else knows a plant with an alter ego? Read more about the bee orchid: http://www.kew.org/science-conservation/plants-fungi/ophrys-apifera-bee-orchid
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Give yourselves a big pat on the back - the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch results are in, and nearly half a million of you joined in the effort! This year 7,274,159 wild birds were counted, with the house sparrow coming in at number one. Sadly, numbers have plummeted since the first Birdwatch, meaning wild birds need our help more than ever. For all results, visit https://www.rspb.org.uk/birdwatch/
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Love to feed my sparrows, see them every day
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Buy one of our beautiful plug plant bundles and receive FREE plug plants within!

Back by popular demand, these 'Lucky Dip' bundles are now available at a bargain price for a limited time!

These fabulous offers must end soon, so take advantage while stocks last:

http://www.thegardencentregroup.co.uk/plants/Plug-Plants/Bundle-Offers
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The Garden Centre Group operates 132 garden centres in England and Wales. We are proud of our heritage in the gardening industry and each and every one of our garden centres has its own place in history.