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Garden Jargon: Your Free Guide

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The Garden Editor's Guide to Garden Jargon

What type of soil do I have? What does pricking out mean? What links teenagers moving out with hardening off? 

This download will give you a free, no-nonsense guide to the words that confound, confuse and are downright comedy.

Just click here to download it. Save to your phone, screenshot it or print it.

Message me with any queries or suggestions for more words!

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Editor's Notes: Resources and Tips

What is a climate resilient plant?

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Of winter losses, and spring hopes

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Low cost, sustainable gardening

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An introduction to colour all year round

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Free low-mess low-faff compost

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Dancing into autumn with dahlias

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Moving plants around

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Gardening without the plastic

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