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The Burgon & Ball Journal

The Burgon & Ball Journal
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A clean sweep: spruce up for spring!

Outdoor socialising is back on the agenda, but the chances are your outdoor space might need a little TLC before it’s guest-ready. Here we take a look at the best tools to clean patios, block paving and decking, to get your garden ready to welcome guests this spring.
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Practical pruning: how to prune shrub roses

Roses are without doubt an all-time favourite garden bloom in the UK. Although they're robust plants, shrub and English roses benefit from a little TLC, and pruning in February or early March can help them stay healthy, keep a good shape and flower abundantly. Here's our easy guide to pruning shrub and English roses.
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Go bare this winter: why bare-root plants are brilliant

If you thought there’s not much planting to be done in winter, think again! Winter is the ideal time for planting bare-root plants, shrubs and trees. Supplied with no pots or compost, bare-root plants offer great choice, easy handling and strong roots. Plant them in winter and they'll thrive in their new home.
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Six ways to combine practicality and sustainability in your garden

If your garden has been a haven to you this year, you might be thinking over the winter about changes you'd like to make to your outside space to make it even better. The good news is, there’s no need to compromise practicality when making your garden more sustainable. Here are 6 easy ways you can achieve this.
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