Monthly Archives: June 2019

  1. How to Stop Slugs in Their Tracks

    How to Stop Slugs in Their Tracks

    Wet Weather Leads to a Slug Onslaught

    A mild winter + wet spring + a ban on a certain type of slug pellet = slug invasion!

    New Ban on Slug Pellets

    Ferrous Phosphate powder - a slug detterent

    Slugs are on the move and, for the sake of wildlife, one weapon in the shed is being phased out. Slug pellets containing metaldehyde will no longer be legal after next year. Gardeners need to think about alternatives, and to act now. The rasping teeth of slugs are already chewing at your new shoots.

    A slug pellet based on ferrous phosphate is still OK for use in the garden. These still kill slugs but instead of dying on top

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  2. What to Look for When Buying Garden Furniture Online

    What to Look for When Buying Garden Furniture Online

    Garden Furniture Is A Must

    The garden is increasingly seen as an extension of the home - somewhere we can appreciate nature, yes, but also an area to relax with family and friends during the warmer months.

    Outdoor furniture is simply a must if you’re to maximise enjoyment of your garden space.

    Buying new patio furniture online gives you the opportunity to grab a real bargain, so let's take a look at the options available:

    A green cushion and a book resting on top of the Forest Saratoga Wooden Garden Chair, which is situated on a lawn.

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