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Whether you use your own home-grown herbs or fresh herbs from the supermarket, drying herbs is easy to do. 

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Choosing suitable shrubs for borders and hedging is an effective way to give your garden a whole new look. 

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Find the best flowers for autumn colour in our guide here.

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Follow these simple autumn lawn care tips to keep your lawn healthy through the winter and ready for another year.

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Now it’s time to start planting spring-flowering bulbs to make sure you get that splash of colour in spring next year.

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Whether you’re creating a brand new garden, redesigning your existing layout or simply re-shaping a few beds, these tips will help you make your dream garden a reality.

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Now’s the time to tidy up the garden and get it ready for winter while you start planning ahead for next spring. Here are our top 15 gardening tips for October.

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It’s world animal day on 4th October 2021, which is a time to help promote the mission and raise the status of animals which will help improve welfare standards for all animals around the world.

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Creating a biodiverse garden even improves your wellbeing, as shown in a recent RHS wellbeing study so if the birds aren’t flocking to your garden, here are our tips to help you encourage wildlife to your space

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If you’re planning on planting a lot of shrubs or trees, bare-root plants are ideal. Here's how to plant bare-root shrubs and trees.

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This perennials made simple guide will help you to understand perennials and how to care for them.

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You don’t need a big garden to grow your own fruit, just a pot on a sunny patio or balcony. Choose the right plants, follow a few simple steps, and you’ll soon be enjoying delicious harvests of your own fresh-picked fruit. 

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