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APL 33m
This week’s is a garden by It ties in beautifully with our theme of plants, can you smell the lavender? 😉 Remember, provides you with free resources to have colour in your garden all year round!
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The Chatty Gardener 2h
I’m planting today as part of Its part of a campaign to & encourage all new lockdown gardeners to keep growing. Now’s a great time to be planting.
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Anwick Garden Centre Sep 22
Planting bulbs is easy and a great way to keep gardening in Autumn! Here's our 60 second guide⏱🌷 Plenty of varieties available at our centre for planting this Autumn. 🎵 Music:
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Pippa Greenwood Sep 23
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Ferndale GardenCentr Sep 24
Take a look at the gorgeous colours and patterns of these Pansies & Violas! An interesting fact about these winter flowering plants is their sustainable packaging.. It's made from 100% recycled drinks bottles!
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zara napier Sep 25
It’s UK Plant Health Week until 27th Sept’ encouraging us to have a go at gardening🌱A great excuse to get outside & plant bulbs for colour next spring 🐝🌷Thanks for the Alliums.
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Pippa Greenwood Sep 25
And most importantly, keep planting And post photos or video clips too and tags too!
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Alan E Down Sep 26
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Burston St Albans 5h
How many miles have your plants travelled before you buy them? We’re lucky to have our own onsite nursery and what it grows travels steps rather than miles from their greenhouse to ours 🌿
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Flixton Garden Centre Sep 23
We support the campaign - a garden is for all seasons not just for Summer, and there is still so much to do in Autumn! Whatever space you have available, this guide will help you choose what to plant🌺
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Pippa Greenwood 23h
And why don’t you mention the side order of slow gin?! My hedge has kept me well supplied !
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APL Sep 21
Can you ? This helps improve the environment around you, encourage wildlife and to have fun outdoors! We even have free resources on how to add interest & colour to your garden all year round! Tap the link below to view now:
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Mandy Watson Sep 24
New flower seeds from - my favourites! Ideal for pots and containers. Idaho Blue-Eyed Grass Moody Blues.
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Ferndale GardenCentr Sep 23
Although the weather’s changed to much cooler your garden soil is really warm and ideal for planting.
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Burston St Albans Sep 23
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Alan E Down Sep 25
Conditions for planting of hardy are perfect now! Here I’m using a spade handle to check that this isn’t too deep.
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Hortech Sep 25
We like growing and planting trees. Lots of trees. Because trees are good for your and so much more.
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LongacresChelmsford Sep 21
A garden is for life not just for summer! Once your summer bedding plants are over, you can start thinking about autumn colour and planting for spring! Take a look at the HTA guide to give you ideas about what to plant this autumn! 🌿
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Common Sense Gardening Sep 21
Some trees can take up to 900 litres of water a day with 98% of it transpiring into the atmosphere. A great help in alleviating flooding! @keepbritaingrowing
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Bents Garden & Home Sep 22
Thank you Taylor’s for our Allium bulbs, we will certainly be planting these to add colour to our garden and support and @keepbritaingrowing Who else is planting their spring flowering bulbs? 🍃🌿
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