It’s easy, being green
Expert gardeners offer eight simple ways to become a more ethical gardener, help the environment and get blooming great results. writes Sarah Taaffe-Maguire
Those who want their green fingers to extend beyond the garden can scatter seed bombs on any soil or green area on their property. The resulting sprouted plants can add colour to any green space and attract pollinators like butterflies, birds and moths. You can pick up seed bomb packets at your local garden centre, or make your own from soil, compost, water and seeds.
. . . and in so doing, create a more...
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