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No dig gardening

No dig gardening

No dig gardening replaces the annual dig with an annual top-dressing of a couple of inches of compost. Just spread the compost on and leave it be!

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Guerrilla gardening

Guerrilla gardening

Guerrilla gardeners grow flowers, trees or food on scraps of neglected or poorly-maintained land without permission.

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How to make a dead hedge

Dead hedges are the most ancient form of hedging, and are easy to make. In the garden they make effective windbreaks
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