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There are still plenty of enjoyable tasks you can do in your garden and on your balcony in October.

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Many climbers can be great for wildlife encouraging insects for birds and bats to eat plus resting and nesting spaces as well. Whichever climber you choose, it is sure to add interest and delight to your garden. Here's our top 5!

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With summer just around the corner, May is a beautiful time to get out into your garden! Get your beds and borders into great shape with our top 15 gardening tips for May.

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Here are our top 15 gardening tips for February

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May’s such a beautiful month for gardening, with warm spring weather and plants bursting into bloom. Read our 15 gardening tips for May.

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Here are our top 15 gardening tips for April.

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Here are our top 15 gardening tips for February

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Small but beautiful balcony gardens can be a beautiful space for you to enjoy, as well as a haven for bees and other pollinators in urban environments.

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With so many different types of Clematis available, it’s possible to have one in flower almost all year round, covering walls, fences and trellises with their spectacular flowers. Here are a few tips to help you get the best out of your clematis. 

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Left to their own devices, shrubs and climbers can get out of hand, growing too big and looking untidy. Pruning keeps them looking neat and flowering well, so it’s well worth doing. 

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May is a beautiful month to be out in the garden, with birds singing, bees buzzing and everything coming into bloom. Here are our top gardening tips for May to get your garden looking great for the summer.

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When you pair up Roses and Clematis, you can have a beautiful display in your garden that will flower for many months of the year, bringing colour and interest to you and wildlife. Roses and Clematis look so very pretty together, and when you get the combination right for you, your pergola, arches, and trellis can be a riot of colour to enjoy. These pairs grow really well together and look wonderful too. 

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