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Mother duck said quack, quack, quack, quack...

Swimming lessons for these ducklings are slightly unusual in this swimming pool. The mother duck flew by and decided this was a lovely situation to hatch her brood in the flower borders. They are being well cared for in their current home but will soon be moved to the local duck pond where a floating duck house is waiting for them. Browse our range of floating duck houses.

Shall we name them?

                                  

5 plants you can grow from food scraps

5 plants you can grow from food scraps

 

No room to compost your food scraps? Hold on to them anyway! 5 plants you can grow from food scraps

 

Since I was tiny there had always been a compost bin in my life, awkwardly constructed out of old wooden pallets and tucked away behind my dads’ wonky garden shed. I can remember playing in the sun, scraping off the top layers and hunting for slow worms as they wriggled around in the warmth of the rotting food scraps.

Now that I have grown up I’ve found myself face to face with the sad reality tha...

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5 brilliant seeds for attracting birds into your garden

5 brilliant seeds for attracting birds into your garden

 

I have always enjoyed spending time lounging outside in the garden and I’ve found
that as I’ve got older, I often waste entire 5 brilliant seeds for attracting birds into your gardendays watching as the wild birds come and go, jumping and fluttering from branch to branch and singing their gorgeous songs.

 My favourite has always been the cheeky blue tit. Watching these agile little birds can provide hours of entertainment if you’re lucky enough to tempt them into your yard.

Even as I child, I can...

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5 simple ways to help the bees in your garden

5 simple ways to help the bees in your garden

 

simple ways to help the bees in your garden

With the warm summer days upon us, now is the perfect time to start thinking about how to give our bees a friendly helping hand.

In the last two decades the number of bees in our countryside has been in severe decline. Around 13 of the UK’s bee species are now extinct and 35 others are under heavy threat of extinction. Experts believe that there are a number of factors behind the quick decline of our bee populations, and some of those include pollutio...

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Awesome benefits to having a water butt in your garden!

Awesome benefits to having a water butt in your garden!

Quench your plants thirst with the water nature truly intended for them.

It may seem silly at first to take up so much precious garden space with something as bulky and as awkward as a water butt, but did you know that they’re actually hugely beneficial? From saving you money on water bills to nourishing your flowers, here are a small handful of awesome benefits to collecting rain water in your garden.

A water butt will give you a steady suppl...

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