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How to Cultivate a Luscious Lawn

In this article we give tips on how to maintain and care for your lawn that will hopefully see you on your way to making not only your grass green, but your neighbours too - with envy.

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10 Ways to Make the Most of your Garden this Spring

With Spring upon us, its time to start work in the garden, there is quite a bit to do to get your outdoor space ready for the warmer weather. But where do you start? Here are some of our top tips:

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Tips To Maintain Garden Furniture

In this article, we look at how to clean the various types of garden furniture so that your table, chairs and loungers are ready to go when the weather Improves once again.

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Spotlight on Harrow

As part of our popular Spotlight series, in this chapter we will take a look at the Greater London town of Harrow.

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So Much More Than A Garden Shed

Sheds can be very personal things. If youre a hobbyist, its the perfect place to steal away and shut out the world. In this article we take a look at how you can transform your shed.

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Fabulous Fences

Theres plenty of fencing options to choose from and an attractive solution to suit almost any budget. In this article we review some of the options available:

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Top Tips For Saving Water

In this article we share some top tips for saving water.

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How to Create an Indoor Herb Garden

Nothing enhances home cooking more than home grown produce. Whether you are whipping up a curry, throwing together a salad or cooking a roast, a sprinkling of homegrown herbs will add a punch of flavour.

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Spotlight on Ipswich

As part of our popular spotlight series, we look at Ipswich, the oldest Anglo-Saxon town in England and the setting for Charles Dickens Pickwick Papers.

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Food to Keep You Warm

We all know that a hot beverage on a cold day can warm us up a treat. A steaming bowl of soup and even a glass of the strong stuff have all been recommended for countless years in an effort to combat the cold, but are they really as effective as we have been led to believe?

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