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Enhance Sheep Maintain Fork Enjoy Deckchair Personlise Dads Shed Plants Garden Design

Stage 1 - Garden Design on-line, conventional or our Gold, Silver, Bronze service

Stage 2 - Plant your garden via our Plants R432U database

Stage 3 - Maintain with our Personal Garden Calendar, Labels, Grid map or use our GMT (Garden Maintenance Team)

Stage 4 - Be different with our POTS (Personal Opportunities To Shoppers) or TUBS (The Unique Buyers Shop)

Stage 5 - Enhance with the ulimate G.I.F.T.S. (Garden Items For The Shopper)

Stage 6 - Enjoy your gardening with Shed Talk, our special offers or garden projects

All the above  will help benefit the charity and we offer special rates for Disabled and Special Needs clients - PoA

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Stage 3 - Maintain

Garden Care

including Personal Garden Calendar, Personal Garden Plant Labels and Personal Garden Grid


Ever been fed up going out into the garden and not remembering what to do with a particular plant at a particular time, taking off the wellies, going back into the house, looking at the gardening books & magazines mentioning what to do with your garden at a certain month of the year, then finding they do no mention your particular plants. Well here is the solution - PR432U will produce a personal calendar, label's & grid specifically to your own garden needs detailing on when to prune, propogate, collect seeds, feed etc. So you can

•1. Look at the Personal Garden Calendar and see what jobs need to be completed in the comfort of your own home or

•2. Potter around the garden look at your Personal Garden Label and complete the job there and then.

Use your Personal Garden Calendar indoors to plan your day in the garden even if it is raining

Use your Personal Garden Labels to see immediately what needs to be completed rather than going back and forth to look up a reference book. Use the Personal Garden Grid to find out where you have planted - extremely useful when plants unidentifiable e.g. if you want to cultivate an area and are not sure the location of the perennials, bulbs, etc