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Welcome to Home & Garden. For help with those little jobs around the home try our DIYsection. If you have green fingers why not help out those in need in Gardening?, or ask your own garden design and landscaping questions?

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ABSpareEditor
It is now April and the gardens at AB towers have had to be mowed. In doing so we had to rearrange a large army of gnomes. Is anyone yet to cut their lawn?...
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horseshoes
Do any of you have a garden pond, and if so, do you have a pond vacuum cleanerthat you can recommend please.
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maggie01
I have recently had artificial grass laid. The chap who laid it had a dog and said he had no problem with dog wee smell. He had a Labrador. I have a shih shi Tzu and water everytime I see her wee but...
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glenlee
Derivative of Latin cleansing (8)
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Jamjar74
Our lawn has been invaded by a yellow type of moss. The birds have pecked bare patches in the lawn. Although we have put wee, feed and moss kill on the lawn it has not had a great effect. Parts seem...
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Mexican18
On a recent gardening programme I heard someone say that Dandelion seeds can travel 5 miles. How do they know?
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spathiphyllum
A client wants some slabs on top of pebbles. i've told her this is not a good idea. I suggested lifting the pebbles, placing slab then putting pebbles round the edges but these pebbles are about half...
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bainbrig
We have a nice big metal desk - trouble is, it’s too big and heavy to move, and takes up too much space. What we want is a strong, sturdy, fold-up desk, solid enough for a sewing machine for...
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Samuraisan
We have sold our house, signing over on Monday and are downsizing to an apartment in town. We had been considering this for a few years and so far no regrets........but the moving !!!! Everything is...
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Mexican18
I have lots of alium and peonies in the garden. Are they suitable for cutting and bringing indoors, and if they are when should they be cut?
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tiggerblue10
Over the last few days I've been doing a mass clear out of paperwork. Apart from the obvious identity, passport, land/property registration and purchase and my will, what other documents should I be...
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julia-mag
I am trying to find the name of a flower that grows like a bluebell but has (when in full bud) a shape of an 'ear of corn' which contains many star like pale blue flowers on the one stem. The...
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RATTER15
Is it too early to grow some flowers from seeds in a little 4 shelf greenhouse thingy?
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pastafreak
Except for Wilko, when they have a fresh delivery of plants, there is nowhere convenient for me to buy indoor plants. I've browsed the net and there are some dedicated suppliers along with plenty on...
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bethbilly
Can I wash a 10.5double duvet in a 7.kg washing m/c tia...
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Bramleyboy
We have an oil fired boiler (we do not have gas). The boiler is in the garage and has an isolating switch. We have underfloor heating in the kitchen and that is permanently on frost stat at 5*. The...
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Nottm_George
Sorry if this is in the wrong place but here goes I have tried to stick some Velcro to the PVC trims around the windows in my caravan but until now I have had no luck tried double sided tape, super...
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glenlee
Look after the pennies
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Diydave30
Hi I have a 22ft by 12ft rooms I've seen the laminate I want it's 1.48m2 per pack how many packs would I need thanks
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mjulian
I'm looking for an easy to use large numbered alarm clock for my very elderly Mother. One of the main things I would like is a very easy on/off alarm switch - preferably on the top or the side of the...
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MantaRay
I've recently moved and after 20 years of not living alongside a road find I'm getting disturbed by passing traffic, particularly with the ever increasing number of vehicles with aftermarket exhaust...

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