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30 April 2013 11:18
Top tips to get them visiting It’s important to keep an eye on our birds. They’re helpful in all sorts of ways – spreading seeds, controlling garden pests and keeping unwanted rodents at bay. Take them under your wing this spring, with these handy tips from Squires Garden Centres. Water a patch of lawn in the late evening, and then ...
30 April 2013 11:14
Top tips to get them visiting It’s important to keep an eye on our bees. They’re our perfect pollinators; allowing flowers, fruit and vegetables to keep on reproducing – and as we know, they’re currently under threat. Squires Garden Centres have got some really handy tips for the spring and we thought we’d share and share alike. Here’s what we ...
30 April 2013 11:07
Top tips to get the butterflies visiting It’s important to keep an eye on our butterflies. Besides being important for pollination, they are extremely sensitive to habitat and climate change – so them simply being here is good news for our ecosystem. Squires Garden Centres have got some really handy tips for the spring and we thought we’d share and ...
30 April 2013 10:59
Top tips to get the wildlife visiting There’s some simple but effective changes you can make to your garden that will encourage our furry and feathered friends to visit. Squires Garden Centres have got some really handy tips for the spring and we thought we’d share and share alike… after all, everyone needs somewhere to rest their head after a ...
29 June 2012 10:47
Keep busy, whatever the weather It’s great that the garden’s getting some rain – but what can those of us with green fingers do in the meantime? “Wet days are a great opportunity for gardeners to take stock and get organised,” says Guy Barter, RHS Chief Horticultural Advisor. Activities suggested by the experts include: 1. Seed sorting. Most seeds are sown now, but ...
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