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  1. Wednesday, 27 April 2016 11:22:37 Europe/London

    Stress awareness month: How a tiny patch of wildflowers can help reduce stress levels.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  2. Tuesday, 19 April 2016 15:20:59 Europe/London

    No garden is complete without plants and flowers. But not every gardener is able to give them as much TLC as they need. However, MeadowMat is very economical in itsneeds.

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    • Posted By: Tim Button
  3. Monday, 4 January 2016 09:23:58 Europe/London

    Selling a house? check out this blogpost on creating kerb appeal with added wildlife interest

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  4. Monday, 19 October 2015 12:45:00 Europe/London

    OK, so it's getting colder outside and the evenings are much shorter but that's no reason to stay indoors.  Here are some great ideas for getting out and about with the children and enjoying all that nature has to offer in autumn time.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  5. Thursday, 13 November 2014 12:22:54 Europe/London

    For most of my time I’ve been extremely uncomfortable around bees.  As a child, if I saw a bee as I was playing out with my mates I’d leg-it as fast and as far away as possible from the offending buzzer. It’s a phobia called ‘Melissophobia’ or the Latin name ‘Apiphobia’.
    In late teens or early twentys, if I was sat outside the local pub enjoying a pint in the summertime and a bee came along, I’d get up & go sit inside.
    In my early thirties it was pretty much the same. I was hypnotised to try and overcome my bee problem. I didn’t work and so I was still nervous around bees for years until…….

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    • Posted By: Paul Watt
  6. Thursday, 1 August 2013 10:02:50 Europe/London

    If 10% of our garden acreage were turned back over to native plants, we would reinstate some 10,000 hectares of butterfly habitat, revive the nation's interest in nature and support UK agriculture.

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    • Posted By: Angela Lambert
  7. Friday, 19 April 2013 12:31:03 Europe/London

    What a world we would live in without Honeybees. In this blog I discuss a world without them, and what we can do to help boost their numbers.

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    • Posted By: Georgia Mackay
  8. Friday, 5 April 2013 15:22:00 Europe/London

    Turfland have recently shown their support for British bees by adopting a beehive with the British Bee Keepers Association (BBKA).

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    • Posted By: Georgia Mackay
  9. Wednesday, 3 April 2013 09:31:38 Europe/London

    Make the most of your own garden with wildflowers. Wildflowers actually thrive in areas of your garden that almost no other species will survive in, such as shade, areas under deciduous trees or between shrubs in organic matter without disturbing other plants already in existence. We all need these beautiful splashes of colour to wake up our gardens of winter sepias.

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    • Posted By: Georgia Mackay
  10. Thursday, 28 March 2013 15:43:21 Europe/London

    Butterflies have suffered in last year’s cold and wet weather, having their worst year since 1976.Meadowmat is an excellent resource for pollinating insects and laying just a small area in your garden will provide an excellent source of pollen for visiting insects, and provide vital food and shelter that native butterflies require.

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    • Posted By: Georgia Mackay
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