A beautiful garden is a place to marvel at nature, relax the mind, and entertain with family and friends. It’s a chance to show off all the hard work you’ve done, choosing just the right plants and creating the perfect arrangement to display them. But what if you’re looking to add a little something extra to your garden? Where do you turn? One of the best, most eco-friendly ways you can do that is by adding a solar fountain to your garden. Here are some things to consider when purchasing one.
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August 25th, 2011 1 Comment
July 6th, 2011 No Comments
t is fair to say we had no real idea what to expect or how to go about our first attempt – what sort of questions were we going to be asked? How could we prepare for every eventuality? How many books would we need to help us? How dry could we stay? Would anyone have any questions for us?
Our fears were soon banished as people braved the weather and came forward with their questions. There were plenty for Michelle on growing vegetables and fruit which is really encouraging – particularly as this was a food festival! Although some were rather unexpected – Can you grow Apples & Pears in Bangladesh? I bet the real Gardeners’ Question Time never had a question like that! We reasoned that it was probably too hot and that they should stick to citrus!
January 31st, 2010 1 Comment
Rachel Mathews kindly awarded me this hugely prestigious title. Never heard of it I hear you cry – well no neither had I until I received my nomination (thanks Rachel…) The idea is to share 10 things about me that you wouldn’t know about me from reading my blog and then tag 7 others (before [...]
January 24th, 2010 No Comments
This article appears courtesy of VP who has kindly allowed me to ad it to my blog: It recounts our meeting on a winters morning and the great fun we had discussing gardening. Over to VP! – I have something new for you today: VP’s VIPs, a series of interviews with people involved with the [...]
January 14th, 2010 3 Comments
Veg Plotting – eclectic mix of gardening and other topics – VP and I met via Film At The Pound in Corsham (which I am delighted to sponsor) and subsequently met up at Allington Farm Shop for a lengthy chat about gardening, garden design and The Garden Network amongst other topics that included collecting 1st [...]
Guest blog | Marketing in a recession | 51 Low-Cost or No-Cost Ways to Promote Your Business During a Recession
February 19th, 2009 1 Comment
This blog is copied with the permission of the 60 Second Marketer Team at www.60secondmarketer.com Whilst the content is clearly aimed at the US there are a lot of universal ideas here to share! The other day, the 60 Second Marketer team sat down and came up with 51 low-cost or no-cost ways to promote [...]