Eco-Friendly Ideas & Wildlife

  1. A Beginner’s Guide to Composting

    A Beginner’s Guide to Composting

    If you haven't got a composter, then act now. If you already have one, then get yourself another. Compost heaps are the heartbeat of your garden and there are ways to get the best from your compost corner. 

    So, don't delay and compost today

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  2. This is Why Your Shed Needs Gutters

    This is Why Your Shed Needs Gutters

    Maths isn’t my strong point. Countdown calculations give me headaches. Carol Vorderman doesn’t. When asked to find ‘x’ in an equation, I invariably point to said letter and say, ‘There it is.’ 7 x 8 always gets me counting on my fingers and if you

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  3. An Interview with Froglife

    An Interview with Froglife

    Earlier this month, we caught up with Silviu from Froglife, to talk about amphibian conservation, habitats, and their 'Toads on the Road' project. Check out the great interview

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  4. An Interview with The Wildlife Trusts

    An Interview with The Wildlife Trusts
    
    

    We caught up with Leanne over at The Wildlife Trusts earlier this month to take a look at the work they are doing, starting a wildlife garden, and educating children about the importance of wildlife. Check out our interview

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  5. An Interview with Eat Seasonably

    An Interview with Eat Seasonably

    We caught up with the people behind Eat Seasonably, a website that focuses on growing your own or buying food that is in season. We chat about the benefits of this and how eating

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  6. An Interview with The Mushroom Diary

    An Interview with The Mushroom Diary

    the mushroom diary logoThe Mushroom Diary is the fungi foraging blog. Here, the creator, John Harris, talks to us about all things mushroom-related, including

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  7. How can gardening help hedgehogs?

    How can gardening help hedgehogs?

    The hedgehog is one of the most familiar of Britain’s wild animals. Known as ‘the gardener’s friend’ for their love of feasting on those pesky worms and slugs, hedgehogs can be spotted roaming our gardens at night but sadly the number of them in the

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  8. Attracting birds to your garden this summer

    Attracting birds to your garden this summer

    Birds are undoubtedly the most common visitors to our gardens, bringing with them music, colour, and charisma – there is no wonder that so many of us are encouraging and attracting birds into our gardens. Many of the birds that are visiting our

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  9. How Eco-Gardening Works

    How Eco-Gardening Works

    With so much emphasis on environmental issues, now is the perfect time to take control and start making the change towards an environmentally friendly garden. Our gardens are often missed out when we think about becoming

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  10. An Interview with Grow Wild

    An Interview with Grow Wild

    Wild flowers are crucial in helping wildlife across the UK survive, so we caught up with the guys over at Grow Wild to find out about the impact of their work.

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