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  1. Accessible gardening

    Accessible gardening
    Gardens can present a multitude of problems for people with mobility issues, uneven surfaces, low-level planting and narrow pathways can make getting out and enjoying the garden impossible for some. However, by making a few simple updates and creating a low-maintenance space can make the world of difference. Uneven surfaces and paths Flat, smooth and debris-free surfaces are a...
  2. Healthy Gardening

    Healthy Gardening
    To celebrate the Soil Association’s Organic September, we’ve put some tips together for ‘healthy gardening’. Maintaining a garden is hard work and it can be easy to reach for the chemicals to control weeds and pests as a quick and convenient fix, but there some quick switches you can make to work towards creating a healthier garden... The growing space...
  3. Five summer holiday garden activities

    Five summer holiday garden activities
    The school summer holidays are here and anyone with children or grandchildren will welcome ideas to keep them entertained without spending a small fortune. We’ve put together five ideas that will keep youngsters entertained and help them to learn about plants, insects and gardening. Build an insect house Insect houses can be built out of lots of different materials...
  4. Transform your garden in a weekend

    Transform your garden in a weekend
    With so many distractions in our lives these days, time is one thing we all wish we had a little more of. At WoodBlocX our aim is to help you save time, so you’ve got more of it to spend doing the things you love. We make ordering, delivering and building our products as quick and simple as possible; but...
  5. Plan your dream garden this spring bank holiday

    Plan your dream garden this spring bank holiday
    The weather has been spot-on recently and for most of the UK the upcoming Spring Bank Holiday weekend is looking sunny and warm.   If the coverage of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show has got your creative-garden-juices flowing and if you, like many others, prefer to dodge the crowds during the bank holiday and stay at home to get vital...
  6. Let the RHS Chelsea Flower Show inspire your next garden update

    Let the RHS Chelsea Flower Show inspire your next garden update
    With the RHS Chelsea Flower show opening its doors to the public next week, we wanted to give our blog readers some Chelsea-inspired garden ideas.   Over the years we have created our own exhibitions and contributed to many others. We’ve had the pleasure of working with RHS award-winning garden designers, including RHS Young Designer of the Year, Caitlin...
  7. Sowing season is here

    Sowing season is here
    Now that the cold snap behind us and spring is on its way (we hope!), its time to start looking ahead to the growing season. March is the month to make a start on sowing seeds, if it is mild enough where you are you can get to work sowing certain veg directly into the soil including carrots, radish, broad...
  8. Five tips for updating your garden this spring

    Five tips for updating your garden this spring
    Successfully updating your garden is all in the planning and February is the ideal month to lay down plans in readiness for spring. we've put a quick guide together to get you started... Time Realistically how much time can you put into your garden? Spring, summer and autumn are the busiest times, early spring is the time to start...
  9. Fertilising your WoodBlocX raised bed

    Fertilising your WoodBlocX raised bed
    Ensure your raised beds are ready and raring to go for spring by boosting the health of the soil. Good quality soil will help increase the crop yield of vegetables and promote healthier blooms in flowers; plus, the better soil structure builds up resilience to pests and disease. There are lots of composts and additives available and here’s a quick rundown...
  10. Top crops to grow now

    Top crops to grow now
    It’s January, the weather is gloomy and there’s not a great deal going on out in the garden; but don’t let that stop you being productive! Here are four easy to grow and useful veg that can be sown between now and the end of February, either directly in your raised bed or indoors.Garlic is a wonderfully versatile ingredient with...

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