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Garden Visits – Mothers Day, Red House Garden, William Morris

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Happy Mothers Day, Mothering Sunday. Put your feet up and have some ‘me time’.

http://plews.gd/2mB6I3E #gardenvisits #mothersday #redhouse #williammorris
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Garden Visits – Mothers Day, Red House Garden, William Morris

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Travel back in time to the early days of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Enjoy the Red House and garden, the home of William Morris.

http://plews.gd/2mB6I3E #gardenvisits #mothersday #redhouse #williammorris
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Lenten Rose
 
Gardening Tips and Ideas from Plews
 
Hellebores are also known as the Lenten rose.
 
This generally refers to Helleborus orientalis species which are most likely to be in bloom late March through April. A hardy herbaceous perennial, hellebores are happy to grow in a range of garden situations, including shade.
 
 
 
#hellebores #springgardens
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Spuds
 
Gardening Tips and Ideas from Plews
 
Remember your early potatoes that are still sitting in egg boxes, chitting away? The weather should be ok on Saturday for you to get them planted in the ground or in a potato sack.
 
#growyourown #potatoes
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Slugs and Hostas
 
Gardening Tips and Ideas from Plews
 
Nematodes are tiny microscopic organisms that you water into your pots. Brilliant against slugs who might eat your young Hosta plants.
 
 
#gardenpests #slugs #hosta
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Mothers Day flowers - 5 Favourites in your Garden

Gardening Tips and Ideas from Plews

Flowering presents - ideas to please your Mum on Sunday whether she’s a gardener or just enjoys spring flowers!

http://plews.gd/2nZnbLi #mothersday #springflowers
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The First Day of Spring and the Spring Equinox

Gardening Tips and Ideas from Plews

Today – March 20th - is the day of the spring equinox, and heralds a surge in garden activity from both plants and gardeners

http://plews.gd/21AjisR #springequinox #springgardens
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Growing Methods for Gardeners

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Confused about how to grow vegetables in your garden or allotment? Raised beds? Straw bales? Companion planting? Maybe we can help with a guide to growing in your garden? Read on…

http://plews.gd/2nCl1BP #growingmethodsforgardeners #growyourown #ediblegardens
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Growing Methods for Gardeners

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Ever wondered which is the best method for you to grow fruit and vegetables in your garden? And what is the ‘Three Sisters’ system’ anyway? We some answers and tips for you. Grab a coffee and sit down.

http://plews.gd/2nCl1BP #growingmethodsforgardeners #growyourown #ediblegardens
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Lucky Shamrock in your Garden

Gardening Tips and Ideas from Plews

Why four leaved clover in your garden is lucky for you and the bees – even when it only has three leaves!

http://plews.gd/1AzOAmv #luckyclover #lawns #stpatricksday
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