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How To Create A Pet Friendly Garden

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How To Create A Pet Friendly Garden

There are several things you need to think about when setting out to create a pet friendly garden. Plant densely - and cleverly! If you plant landscaped areas densely, dogs will stay out. Think about planting in raised beds or on mounds, and start with larger plants. Put up temporary fencing around new plants and when you remove it think about adding a rocky border or low fencing as a reminder to stay out. Plant sturdy shrubs and perennials like ornamental grasses around the edge of the garden. Put brittle plants like salvias behind them, where they'll be protected. Check plants are safe The Dogs...

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Make The Most Of A Rented Garden - Create A Living Jigsaw

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So, you’re renting a home and the rented garden you’ve ‘inherited’ is a little dull.. You want to improve it.. You’re itching to exercise those green fingers.. But, surely that would just be throwing money down the drain? First, you need to know what the law states; should you indeed upkeep the garden in your rented accommodation or can you leave it to rack and ruin? Well, the standard clause (an Assured Shorthold Tenancy) will usually dictate that you must keep a rented garden litter-free, tidy and not allow it to become overgrown. Furthermore, you must leave it in the...

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