Gardening News

 
Detectives crack case of bizarre furniture theft Detectives crack case of bizarre furniture theft
11/08/2009
Detectives in Scotland have managed to crack one of Lothian's most bizarre cases following the recovery of 160 stolen garden ornaments and furniture.Thirty missing gnomes were among the haul when the treasure trove was discovered – on full view – ...
Gardens increase house value 'by as much as 15%' Gardens increase house value 'by as much as 15%'
10/08/2009
New research has found that by having a garden professionally landscaped, homeowners can potentially increase the value of their home by 15 per cent.Research by Ratedpeople.com said that although not every home improvement will increase the value of a property, ...
Spending time in the garden 'may improve quality of life' Spending time in the garden 'may improve quality of life'
03/08/2009
A new survey has found that 70 per cent of people believe that spending time in the garden improves their quality of life. Research by the National Trust has found that a third of people believe gardens to be romantic places that could boost their love ...
Office workers urged to get into the garden Office workers urged to get into the garden
28/07/2009
Office workers are being encouraged to head for green space rather than staring at their computer screen during their lunch break. By switching off their emails and getting out into the fresh air for a break, employees will be able to re-charge batteries. ...
Prince Charles opens his garden Prince Charles opens his garden
23/07/2009
HRH the Prince of Wales will be opening his garden in Highgrove to visitors. On September 1st, visitors will receive a guided a guided tour of the Highgrove House gardens, followed by afternoon tea and dinner at the highly-acclaimed nearby restaurant Calcot ...
Seafront gardens get recognition Seafront gardens get recognition
22/07/2009
A public garden on the Clacton sea front has been recognised by a national award scheme.Clacton's seafront gardens have been given a Green Flag award for the first time and TV presenter Michaela Strachan will present the flag to Tendring Council at the ...
 
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