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Off With The Gloves

Sheena Patterson

Top tips for tending your garden safely

Shop assistant Mary Elizabeth Grace

Oxford a perfect fit for stylish boutique owner

Sheena Patterson

Your garden’s no fast food joint for foxes

Sheena Patterson

Sap is rising amidst shoots of inspiration

Sheena Patterson

Nothing says I love you like a Kenyan Rose

Sheena Patterson

Dogs lead to enjoyment of natural world

Sheena Patterson

Hop to it for a frog or else they'll croak

Sheena Patterson

Why worms are a friend of the gardener

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Dark side of a favourite bird

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Dig in to lose festive flab

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A bloom that's growing on us

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Deck the halls for winter joy

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Beautiful blaze for end of days

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Perfect time for planting

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Mr Bunny's too close to home

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Males and the marrow factor

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Hunt for some sexy thermals

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Look out for sleepy hogs

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Mr Badger is a greedy guest

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Crunch time for growers

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Mums are key to happiness

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Flights to fancy for bird-brained

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Sweet smell of tradition

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Plants for the social climbers

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Plant the seed of garden love

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Sex matters in the garden

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Sense... and scentsability

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Too poorly to trek for a cure

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Being treated is hard work

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Flowers grow on my partner

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Mole is a hole lot of bother

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A sad outlook for British ash

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Garden to suit monks of old

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Rough pasture to perfect pitch

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May blossoms with promise

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Letting the flowers do the talking

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Why it's too early to bed

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'I'm enjoying a tasty legacy'

Man serving Coava Coffee

In search of beans and beer in America

Sheena Patterson

Raising a glass to new greenhouse

Sheena Patterson

Wildlife I don't want to buzz off

Sheena Patterson

A fine use for garden herbs

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Those squirrels drive me nuts

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Beware the mower man

Join the tree hugging gang

How to avoid cat-astrophe in the garden

No ASBOs for those crafty foxes

Hedgehogs only have one anus . . . and other prickly facts

From a B-cup to a buttercup

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