As the country begins taking stock of the damage caused by hurricane Ophelia and works to restore power to much of Scotland and Northern England, gardeners throughout the country are lamenting the destruction of their gardens.
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Since Doris blew our expectations for a “windy day” away, here in London the demand for fence panels at our office skyrocketed:Seeing the destruction it has caused we feel slightly obligated to talk some fences, moderate winds and hurricanes. Can windproof fencing work against a hurricane? There are some types of fence panels that do […]
Winter is coming and with it come gardeners, fretting over frostbitten plants and damaged crops. Fear not, ladies and gentlemen - let’s introduce you to our extensive guide on how to protect plants from freezing and the best ways to store them during winter.
The abundance of beautiful and well-grown houseplants gives a special sense of comfort at home. Apart from being pleasing to the eye, some house plants have the ability to purify the air quality. However, if you turn your home into a full-size botanical garden, you might do yourself bad favour, as some common house and […]
Gardens and gardeners alike should both take advantage of the fact that nature allows a rest at this time of year. There’s less to do in a midwinter garden than at any other time of year but the tasks that do need attending to are important.