Monthly Archives: March 2016

Giving nature a home in your garden

If your idea of heaven is a garden full of buzzing bees, birds singing in the trees and hedgehogs snuffling in piles of dead leaves, then maybe its time to make some real changes and give your garden over to wildlife.

If you’ve lived with the same garden for many years, perhaps now is the time for a change. Or maybe your large garden has become a burden and difficult to manage.

Perhaps you’ve got a young family and want your children to be able to explore and learn about nature in your own garden.

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Competition: Win A Beautiful Hartford Outdoor Lantern

Thank you for your entries to last month’s RSPB Bird Bath Competition.

Congratulations to Claudia Hammer-Hewstone from Iffley, who correctly answered that according to the English nursery rhyme Cock Robin was killed by the sparrow! Claudia wins the attractive bronze-finished bird bath from our friends at The RSPB, which will look stunning in her garden and will help her to keep our feathered friends watered all year round.

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Monthly Garden Tips

Lawns And Grass Areas

The weather has finally sorted itself out and those pesky cold snaps should be over. After a few false starts, Spring has finally sprung properly with the daffodils out and a few days of consistent sunshine.

However, they don’t call them April showers for nothing so expect a couple of days of drenching rain too this month!

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