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  • Mar

    26

    Compost your way to success!

    In many gardens, sitting resolutely in a corner, perhaps hiding under a tarpaulin, dilapidated, crumbling, a little forgotten, sits a hidden gem, an absolute garden necessity that has become sadly a little underappreciated in recent times. We refer of course, to the compost bin. This endlessly us...
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  • Sep

    27

    Fabulous fencing!

    With the vast variety of garden fence styles, shapes and colours on offer, you can afford to be picky. Fencing panels are a good, traditional way of marking out boundaries and creating a personal space. However, you needn't stick to the usual old style of fence. With just a bit of looking around,...
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  • Sep

    01

    Work level picks up, but so does the chance for creativity.

    From our August blog, you’ll have noticed that we used the term ‘lull’ to describe the pace of that month’s garden work schedule. Well, we warn you now that September can bring with it a brisk change of pace!  Now is the time to get busy again, as although plant growth has generally slowed, roots...
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  • Aug

    02

    The summer is upon us!

    Now is the time to sit back and enjoy the fruits of your labour- Alfresco style. With the summer finally in full swing, a long-awaited, yet momentary, break has opened up in every over-worked and wrung-out gardener's schedule. With the onset of exceptionally warm weather, you can finally sit back...
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  • Jun

    26

    The August lull approaches!

    Take this time to organise your garden before you set off on your holidays. I use the word 'lull' here lightly, as of course there is still plenty for the busy gardener to be getting on with. The later warmer weather affords us with steady growth, and a reasonably relaxed winding-down as our plan...
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  • May

    07

    Salad Crop Growing with Click4Garden

    Salads are the perfect crop that reward in so many ways.  Children, as well as adults,  will enjoy planting them, watering them, watching their rapid growth and (hopefully) eating them.  Salad crops flourish in the smallest of spaces and so containers perfect.  You can use wooden or timber contai...
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  • Mar

    13

    Have The Recent Winds Blown Down Or Broken Your Fencing?

    Have the recent strong winds knocked your fencing for six?  Then now is the time to take action.  Did you know that now is the best time of year to sort out your garden fencing as your borders have not yet grown up and your garden fence line is clear?  As well as providing security and privacy, c...
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  • Nov

    21

    Christmas Newsletter from Click4Garden

    Here at Click4Garden we are celebrating our 7th year of bringing garden products to your door at competitive prices. We have gone from strength to strength thanks to customers such as you.  Thank you so much for your support. We are writing to tell you that we have some wonderful CHRISTMAS GIFT O...
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  • Sep

    23

    Home Composting

    Where did the summer go?  Before you can draw a breath, you will find that the nights are drawing in, and after having lovingly tended your garden over the past few months, you now find yourself faced with the next seasonal task - composting. Using your own composter is both cost and time effecti...
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  • Sep

    08

    How much time do we actually spend in our favourite, personally designed garden retreat?

    How much time do we actually spend in our favourite, personally designed garden retreat, not enough time we hear you cry! Why not? -   is the answer screaming  right back at you?   Nowhere but nowhere  compares to the peace and tranquility -  not to mention privacy,  afforded to you by your back ...
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