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If you’ve ever thought of starting a vegetable garden from scratch then start with this article. It will tell you everything you need to know about starting your first veg plot. Our blog is written by Iain-A Burford who has more than 15 years’ experience in vegetable production.
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Our bonsai maintenance guide explains how to care for bonsai trees, how they are managed and what their specific requirements are, as well as how they are pruned and how you can learn more about growing bonsai.
The bonsai tree care booklet (PDF file) has detailed information and photos on how to care for and manage bonsai trees, including general care tips, starting the bonsai process, how to prepare the soil, and how to prune and care for the tree.
Our Garden Cleaning Guide (PDF file) is a simple guide for maintaining the bonsai and the landscape. This guide also explains the general maintenance recommendations for the soil, how to prepare it, the best watering method, pruning techniques, and how to clean the soil and how to remove the soil after you’ve done all that.
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