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Garden Storm Damage - What You Should Know
Many people are likely to be contacting their insurance companies at some time regarding damage caused to sheds, greenhouses, fences and other garden property. Robert Hall explains how GardenSite.co.uk can help with an independent insurance quote and claim.
How to Grow Your Own Blueberries - The Easily Grown Super Food
In this handy growing guide, Robert Hall gives a step-by-step tutorial on how to look after and grow your own blueberry plants at home in the UK.
What Is Peat and Why is Peat Compost Being Banned?
In this Q&A style blog, Gaby delves into the reasoning behind the imminent large-scale removal of peat use for gardeners across the UK and Europe, exploring the official bans coming into effect and the benefits of switching to peat-free compost for a more sustainable future.
5 Reasons Why We Love Sunbrella Fabric
In this informative Q&A discussion sheet, Gaby talks about the benefits of investing in Sunbrella fabric when purchasing a new garden furniture set.
How To Save Money In The Garden This Summer
In this blog post, Kayleigh discusses little changes we can introduce to our every day, to help you save a few pennies over the summer season. From growing your own fruit and vegetables to creating your own compost, there are lots of great ways we can utilise our garden space as a way of reducing spending.
What To Do In The Garden in June
At this time of the year you'll find a fabulous selection of summer bedding at our Garden Centre in Birmingham. Plant the bedding out in borders and containers this month to achieve a wonderful display of colour and here are some other jobs to do in the garden during June.
What To Do In The Garden In April
With warmer weather arriving, this is the best time of the year to be stocking up on bedding plants to fill planters, borders and hanging baskets. Our garden centre becomes noticeably busier and the number of jobs that need to be done around the garden begins to accelerate. David Coton has these suggestions to keep you occupied.
What To Do In The Garden In March
No-one can say our weather is predictable but what can be foreseen is that a huge amount of new stock is being delivered to our Garden Centre to celebrate the end of lockdown and the arrival of spring which officially starts on the 20th March,
What To Do In The Garden In October
It's autumn and David Coton is getting the garden prepared for the onset of colder weather but, at the same time, the arrival of spring bulbs in the garden centre is a reminder that we should also now be planning ahead for next year.
GardenSite Networks with Garden Suppliers at GLEE Birmingham 2022
GardenSite partners David Coton and David Hall attend this year’s GLEE Birmingham event to meet with existing suppliers and establish relationships with innovative new companies for the upcoming season...
How To Green Up Your Garden Centre & Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
In this guide, Robert Hall goes into a deep dive on creating an eco-friendly garden centre, by making your garden centre as green as possible, being more energy-efficient and reducing your company's overall carbon footprint.