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Enjoy growing and eating your own soft fruit? Autumn is the optimum time to plant soft fruit while the earth is still warm and moist.
The arrival of the first autumn frost and consequent leaf fall from trees is the signal for hedging plants to be lifted from nursery fields ready for planting in gardens.
Thousands of visitors braved the wet and windy weather to enjoy another great year of blooms, gardening, cooking, musical acts, and a host of high adrenaline action as part of the 132nd Shrewsbury Flower Show.
Shrewsbury Flower Show provides a perfect platform to showcase quality products for the holiday and leisure market and gardens, says one of the event’s main sponsors.
Shropshire’s next generation of budding gardeners are being given the chance to assist in creating the popular Floral Train at this year’s Shrewsbury Flower Show.
Visitors to Shrewsbury Flower Show can be assured of a real whizz-bang finale this year with the news of a new company coming on board to put on the traditional fireworks display.
The chairman of an award-winning Shrewsbury-based leisure company is predicting that 2019 will be one of its best years of trading.
A specialist plant centre played Santa Claus by delivering early presents to Shrewsbury Town Football Club to ensure that players and staff have a tree-mendous run up to Christmas.
Gardeners are being advised to heed weather forecasters’ climate change warnings as Shropshire and Mid Wales are likely to face a repeat of this summer’s drought conditions in the future.
A growing number of customers are taking advantage of equity release schemes to help them purchase a luxury lodge holiday home, reports a Shropshire and Mid Wales caravan dealership.
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