Plants to help you Sleep

If you’re struggling to get your 40 winks at night, there are some natural methods to help you drift off and get a good night’s sleep. A bad night’s sleep can lead to a day of a fuzzy head and decrease your levels of concentration. So, we want to help you get the best nights…

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3 Unique plants for your garden

Sometimes when it comes to planning your garden, you stick to the plants you know and love – the ones you’ve grown for years. Of course, that’s a great way to maintain a gorgeous garden. If however you were looking to start afresh or incorporate something different to your garden, here are four unique looking…

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Recovering your garden after Strong Winds

That spring weather is well and truly here. One minute it’s hot and the next there is a chill in the air, then the wind and rain comes, so what do we do when faced with everchanging weather? After this week, the weather is due to perk up, so we want to help you recover…

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Plants for Your Pond

Like we said in our previous blog, starting a pond can be daunting. There are many ways to design and embellish the space, depending on what you want the primary focus of your pond to be. So, we want to help you choose the right plants for you to get the most out of it.…

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Starting your Wildlife Pond

It’s so wonderful to see so many of our Cultivation Street entries building and nurturing their wildlife ponds. For new gardens or gardens looking to build one however, the thought of starting and building a pond can be quite daunting. We want to help guide you to get your pond started, with ways to make…

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Cultivation Street Launch 2021

Cultivation Street 2021 Cultivation Street 2021 is HERE and we’re ready to share with you all the exciting things we have coming up for this year. Once again we are sponsored by the incredible Miracle Gro and have £8,000 worth of prizes to give away along with some Miracle Gro Hampers. So here are the…

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Sow Your Own – Parnsips

Sow Your Own Parsnips Parsnips are a staple in many household’s roast dinners. To grow your own, it’s time to think about sowing for your autumn harvest. Sow the seeds thinly and around 6 inches apart and in rows around 12 inches apart. Make sure the rows are deep. Make sure the soil is warm…

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Job of the Week – Start to pot up your Containers

Job of the Week Start to plant up your Containers The weather is getting milder, so now is a great time to start planting out some of your greenhouse grown spring plants. If you have sown your spring blooms in the winter, now is a great time to start potting up some of the hardier…

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Plant of the Week – Viburnum

Plant of the Week Viburnum Viburnum shrubs, with their beautiful foliage, fruits and flowers can be a gorgeous addition to your beds and borders. They’re great for wildlife and provide shelter for many garden birds, whilst also bearing some pollen and nectar rich flowers and nutrient filled berries. With so many varieties to choose from,…

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