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Feb 22
BY Angela Slater
Weber Summit charcoal grilling centre on patio with party of people
Experience the ultimate in charcoal barbecuing New in at Hayes in The Barbecue Shop is the outstanding Weber Summit Charcoal Grilling Centre (WSCGC) which is only available in the UK through the Weber World Stores. READ MORE
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Feb 21
BY Angela Slater
Arran Aromatics After the Rain body-care range
Be whisked away to Arran with this luxurious range of body-care products If you have ever enjoyed a break on the lovely Scottish island of Arran then this range of Arran Aromatics, which are new in to Hayes, will most certainly take you back there with their evocative scents and colours. The scents and varied landscapes of the island are the inspiration behind the diverse collection; with the... READ MORE
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Feb 09
BY Angela Slater
Calathea
Solve the problem of what to put in that shady corner with our guide We all have a problem corner in the house which doesn’t really receive enough light for most houseplants to prosper, however there are a few which actively thrive in the shade. There are two groups; plants which are almost entirely belonging in the shade, and those which would prefer the shade but will also work in areas which... READ MORE
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Feb 07
BY hayes
Hayes Garden World have joined forces with a number of Lake District businesses and Cumbria Tourism to offer this amazing Lake District Experience worth £8,500. What we have to offer; BBQ set and Patio Set from Hayes Garden World. 7 night Holiday for 8 people and your pet from Heart of the Lakes. £500 clothing voucher from Blacks. £1,000 voucher off a Bianchi bike from Lakes Cycles. A private... READ MORE
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Feb 07
BY Angela Slater
Kalanchoe (Flaming Katy)
Create an attractive focal point with a bowl full of indoor plants Kalanchoe; Flaming Katy (pictured above) A bowl of houseplants can make a lovely focal point in your home and also improve air quality, absorbing toxins given off by modern synthetic materials. This short video shows you how simple it is to plant up a collection of plants. It doesn’t matter what colour-way you choose, just... READ MORE
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Feb 07
BY Angela Slater
Air Plant (Tillandsia)
Air plants are easy to care for and make an interesting piece of art Air plants are one of the easiest plants to grow if you’re not very green fingered; they are also great for starting children off on looking after plants as they can tolerate a little neglect. The majority of them are Tillandsias and are a member of the Bromiliad family which just use their roots to cling on as they take in all... READ MORE
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Feb 06
BY Angela Slater
Christmas decorations in bronze and gold
Create an eye-catching focal point for your living room over Christmas Christmas is the time when you can really let your artistic flair come to the fore, and here at Hayes Garden World we always have a massive choice of decorations, garlands, trees, lights and everything else you need to make your home extra special over the festive season. If you want some different ideas for decorating your... READ MORE
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Jan 30
BY Angela Slater
micro-herbs growing
Grow easy, nutritious, tasty micro-herbs all year round Micro-herbs are so easy to grow, you don’t even need a garden, they’re packed full of nutrients, tasty and can be grown all year round; so absolutely no reason why you shouldn’t be growing them. They are an excellent way to introduce children to gardening as you can taste the results in just a few days. Micro-herbs are usually leafy greens... READ MORE
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Jan 20
BY Angela Slater
Chelsea Flower Show garden 2016
Problem of what to plant in an area with no light, water or nutrients? Dry, shady areas are really quite problematic as they suffer from lack of light, water and nutrients, all the things that plants need to survive; but there are solutions to most of these areas. Some plants, such as camellias need the shade to prevent the sun from burning those delicate petals, particularly if they have been... READ MORE
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Jan 18
BY Angela Slater
Flower heads in green glass vases
Fill the house with colour and scent from late winter to autumn Who doesn’t love vases of colourful cut flowers in the house, even better if they are scented. Even the smallest garden can accommodate some gorgeous sweet peas growing up a wall or trellis or some annuals in a window-box or container by the door. If you have the basic garden framework of shrubs and herbaceous perennials then any... READ MORE
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