Saturday, 5 September 2015

Five reasons to get out in the garden this spring...

Five reasons to get out in the garden this Spring
Gardening is good for you.
Fresh air, exercise, Vitamin D, stress-relief, as well as the satisfaction of growing your own produce, are just some of the benefits. If you need any more convincing, here are five great products that help make gardening easy and fun...

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The Little Veggie Patch Co Guide to Backyard Farming
1. You don't have to know what you're doing
That's where books like The Little Veggie Patch Co's Guide to Backyard Farming come in handy. Exploring the garden month-by-month, this book details what's happening in the garden each month, including which veggies, fruit and herbs you should be planting and harvestingThere are also delicious seasonal recipesusing produce – try the Haloumi, Asparagus and Roasted Tomato Salad or the Beetroot and Chocolate Cake.
Grow Bags
2. You don't need much space
You don't need a large garden or backyard to grow plants. TheseGrow Bags are ideal for balconies, patios or small courtyards and have a lovely natural, organic look. 
 
Sneeboer Great Dixter Trowel
3. Make life easier with the right tools for the job
The Sneeboer Great Dixter Trowelhas a strong, narrow blade that is ideal for transplanting seedlings (especially plants with long roots) and working in narrow spaces between other plants.   
Tweet Bird House
4. Make friends with your local wildlife
Spring-time flowering plants attract more birds and insects to your garden. You can encourage these little visitors with a cute Bird Houselike this one...
Burgon and Ball Herb Dryer
5. Make the most of your home-grown produce
There's nothing more rewarding than using the produce you've grown. But sometimes it's easy to produce more than we can consume. This is where drying and preserving produce comes in handy, especially herbs. The Burgon and Ball Herb Dryer will ensure that you have tasty dried herbs to flavour your cooking throughout the year.  

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