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Gardening for better nutrition

Their attractiveness is fleeting and they’ll need watering, feeding and replanting. Fast-growing plants and hedges will need more attention than slow-growing species so unless you want to be out pruning regularly, it’s best to opt for the latter. A perfectly manicured lawn can take a surprising amount of upkeep, so many holiday homeowners choose to replace grass with gravel, paving slabs or decking where possible. This is a low maintenance garden idea and gives the added benefit of extra space for garden furniture and barbecues – an attraction for guests looking to book during the summer months. Try and incorporate a range of plants for colour all year – tulips and daffodils are great for early season colour and will come back year after year.

  • SLA helps producers identify pests and trains them in using natural pesticides.
  • Otherwise herbs, tomatoes and leafy crops can be grown in tubs made from
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