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Watering – an art or a science?

Not long ago in my granddad’s day, you could predict the seasons and every gardener knew what to do when, planning which gardening tasks to do on each day of the year. Now, just like our modern lives, the weather is less predictable….This time last week, we were all sweltering in 30 degree heat – Read more ...

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Put a spring in your step!

With the days getting longer and the temperatures rising, there’s a real sense of hope that spring just around the corner, so it’s time to get out there and start thinking about your garden  Things to think about: Take a look at your layout and consider whether the general structure of the garden could be Read more ...

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Planting through membrane and mulch – a step-by-step guide

Planting through weed membrane and covering it with gravel or bark chippings is a great way to reduce weeding and create an attractive low maintenance border. However, the planting can be a bit tricky, so here are 5 simple steps to make it easier:

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Henley’s not just the Regatta!

  Despite being in the depths of winter and cold weather, there is already a spring-like buzz around town in Henley!  Plans are in place for the most amazing event, a must for everyone who wants to improve their home, both inside and outside! 

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Trust me, I’m a garden designer!

When it comes to gardening, patience is everything and there’s certainly a large element of trust involved at this time of year especially….

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A Proud Day to be a Green Business

Today is a very proud day for Wild to Wonderful – we have reached the final of the Oxfordshire Venus Awards in the Green Business category.  In a glittering awards ceremony this evening, we will find out if we have won the title for this year’s award. Whether we win or not, we are absolutely Read more ...

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How does your garden blend with its surroundings?

The most pleasing gardens complement their natural surroundings, connecting effortlessly with the landscape. Our gardens should provide a tranquil space to enjoy, a haven from the outside world where you can sit and watch the world go by at its own natural pace. A well planned garden should reflect your own personality and particular needs Read more ...

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Brightening a small area with pots

Even if you only have a small garden or no space for a border in your garden, you can still create a beautiful effect using pots.

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How to cut back your spring flowering bulbs

It’s a great time to cut back your spring flowering bulbs now, so watch our simple how-to guide to make sure you get a great result again next year!

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A step-by-step guide to planting through membrane to create a gravel garden

Planting through weed membrane with a covering gravel (or bark chippings) is a great way to reduce weeding and create an attractive low maintenance border. However, the planting can be a bit tricky, so here are 5 simple steps to make it easier:

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