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  • may-june

    We hope you had a good long weekend and are ready for new adventures in the garden! Today's post is short and sweet - It’s a quick and to-the-point reminder on what you can do in your garden in late May – early June:

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  • Looks like we’re in for a sunny long weekend to mark the beginning of summer! And… to celebrate that, we have picked a selection of products that will get you busy in the garden!

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  • bee

    It would be fair to say that creepy crawlies are not the most loved species of the animal kingdom; however, the bee has defied the odds of the insect world and captured the hearts of our nation. Not only do they satisfy our sweet tooth, but they also are essential in helping our gardens to thrive.

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  • As we are celebrating National Hummus Day (13th May) we have dedicated today’s blog to the main hummus ingredient – chickpeas. So you’re wondering what the story of chickpeas (garbanzo beans) is and what can they add to your life? Read on to find out…

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  • Attracting wildlife to your garden is not only fascinating, but is incredibly important. Today we’ve put together six great ways to encourage small and furry visitors to your garden.Read More
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    Here at the GSC we have commonly spoke about our Flower of the month and even delved into vegetable of the month, however we thought it was time for something new. So we thought we’d advice you on some herbs of the month!

    Herbs are a great way to add flavour to your meals and are also the simplest way to switch it up. May seems to the best month for herbs and here are a few that are currently in season, along with some foods they go with and even some health benefits.

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    Another month has passed and we have now entered May which means we have reached that time again. You’ve guessed it…it’s time for Flower of the month! If you hadn’t already got some clues from the pictures, May’s birth flower is Lily of the Valley.

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  • violets1

    We’ve made it to Friday afternoon and there’re only 2 hours left until the long Bank Holiday Weekend – YAY!

    If you haven’t made any plans or have decided to chill with family and friends but would like some inspiration, here’s a few ideas:

     

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  • violets1

    To celebrate World Penguin Day, we thought it would only be fitting to dedicate today’s blog to these flightless birds. With around 17 different species of these furry animals, it’s difficult to know which one is which but here are 3 different species to coo over. 

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  • violets1

    Here at The GSC we tend to talk a lot about growing plants and vegetables but seldom talk about how to grow our own fruit. Well, today I thought it was time for a change, so lets start with melons! It seems like we are surrounded by this mouth-watering fruit at the supermarkets now but wouldn’t it be great if we could grow our own in our back garden? What most people don’t know is that melons are actually relatively easy to grow and I am going to show just how easy it is…

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