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How to Make Cress Egg Heads

How to Make Cress Egg Heads

Next time you treat yourself to egg and soldiers for breakfast, don’t throw out the shells. Instead transform them into these funky cress egg heads and then in a week or so it’ll be time for some egg and cress sarnies.

How to Make Birds Their Favourite Cake

How to Make Birds Their Favourite Cake

Lard, cheese, bacon rind, sultanas? No, it’s not the latest crazy recipe from Heston Blumenthal (although I wouldn’t put it past him)! Maybe the ingredients for the bird cake wouldn’t make it into your birthday cake but our little feathered friends fully appreciate the delicious mixture of seeds, left over soaked bread crumbs, lard and other strange delights like cheese or bacon rind..

How to Make a Bug Hotel

How to Make a Bug Hotel

Creepy crawlies play an important part in maintaining our ecosystem, pollinating plants, eating pests and providing food for other wildlife. As winter approaches help future generations of these bugs survive the colder months by making our fab bug hotel to place in your garden.
How to Make Welly Plant Pots

How to Make Welly Plant Pots

A customer once told us that she was buying some wellies for the sole purpose of using them as a desk tidy for her pens and pencils. This got us thinking what uses a trusted pair of wellies could have when little feet had outgrown them. Now we’ve already used our mailing bags to plant tomatoes and herbs and so why not use wellies too?

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