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Be a Little More Ambitious and Make These Changes to Your Garden

Is your garden currently lagging behind a little? Is it not quite as ambitious nor as functional as you would like it to be? If so, it’s up to you to make sure that you take steps to change things and make your garden better than it’s ever been before. The key to making big […]

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The New Year Is Perfect For All Those Gardening Projects You’ve Been Putting Off

There’s a pretty good chance that over the winter your garden has been pretty neglected. After all, most people aren’t that excited about the idea of getting out into the freezing cold and wet weather to pull up weeds and mow the lawn. However, because of that, it’s probably looking a little bit sad and […]

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Planning Your Garden’s Design – You can garden. Part 2

Five top tips to consider when planning your garden’s design: goal-orientated design 1. Decide what you want to do in your garden. Do you want a garden for your children to play football in or one that will accommodate as many people as possible for BBQ parties? Do you want a garden to show off […]

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Five essential elements of successful garden design – You can garden. Part 1

Anyone can garden – having a green thumb is a myth The myth of the ‘green thumb’: you can garden! Don’t know where to start? No green blood in your veins? Can’t keep ‘even’ a houseplant alive? Of course, you can’t actually be born with green fingers, but is it something that some people have and […]

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What should I be doing in my garden in November

Essential November Gardening Jobs Sow Sweetpea Seeds Sweetpeas, what’s not to love? Fabulous colours, wonderful perfume, fast growing, bee-magnets! You can get next year’s plants off to a head start by sowing the seeds now and get even better performing plants if you can keep their roots undisturbed when planting out next year. It is really […]

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Gardening Jobs for October

October Gardening Tips   As the temperatures drop, you will find that you need to mow the lawn less and less frequently.  Always make sure that you only mow when the surface of the lawn is relatively dry or else you may cause compaction and damage the turf grasses, making them more prone to diseases […]

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Best Leaf Blowers and Vacuums – Buyers Guide and Reviews

Our experts have reviewed the best leaf blowers and leaf vacuums so now you can sit in your garden at the height of summer and enjoy your beautiful deciduous trees, without that niggling feeling of dread for the coming autumn when all those beautiful green leaves will turn into piles of fallen leaves waiting to be raked […]

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Best Garden Gadgets 2017 – Buyers Guide and Reviews

GARDEN GADGETS!!! Wow, we love them here at GoTo4Gardening! From the expensive electrical gardening helpers, to the cool accessories for a few pounds. You never know what you might find when you are looking about for the next big thing. We’ve been having a look around, and we think that these gardening gadgets are pretty […]

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Best Garden Water Features (June 2018) Buyers Guide & Reviews

If you have a pond or fancy having one in your garden, then a water feature is a real must have. They don’t need to be big and fancy (although if that’s your thing then why not?!) No pond? No problem! There are a multitude of water features out there that are suitable for patios […]

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The New Stanley 4-in-1 Petrol Garden Multi Tool

Having recently been given the opportunity to trial Stanley’s Petrol Hedge Trimmer, NAP Brands also sent me Stanley’s new 4-in-1 Petrol Garden Multi Tool to test. I must say that I have always been reticent to buy a gardening multi tool since I was concerned that instead of buying one tool that does the job it’s meant […]

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