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Foxes, cats and squirrels: how to deter them from your garden

Which? Gardening magazine asked a panel of around 1,400 Which? members whether there are any animals that they would prefer didn’t come into their gardens – and foxes, cats and...

When is ‘organic’ not ‘organic’?

For gardeners, the word 'organic' may not mean what you'd think it would when buying compost

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Fat balls for birds: are they worth your money?

Fat balls are a popular choice for feeding birds, but members of the Which? Gardening Facebook group told us that while some brands did attract birds, others failed to impress. ...

The top five veg and how to grow them

Whether you grow yours in a dedicated plot, at an allotment or in pots on your patio, you can’t beat the flavour of homegrown veg. We wanted to find out...

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Get your lawn green again – how to buy the best turf

Whether you need to repair bare patches in your lawn or lay new grass, turf offers quick results. Find out how to buy the best turf using our expert advice.

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Is the petrol hedge trimmer from Lidl worth buying?

Lidl's £89.99 petrol hedge trimmer goes on sale just in time for peak hedge cutting season. Should you buy it? Read our review.

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Pressure washing a patio

5 things you should never do with a pressure washer

Top tips and expert advice on how to get the best from your pressure washer when cleaning your patio and car

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The top five garden pests and what to do about them

No matter how green-fingered you are, all gardens are affected by pests from time to time. And as much as we’d like to keep our plots creature friendly, these pests...

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Should you buy the Lidl 4-in-1 garden power tool?

Lidl is selling a petrol garden power tool that has four different uses and will be in stores from Sunday 30 June 2019. We took a first look to see...

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Charcoal barbecues beat gas for taste

Our tests have revealed that charcoal barbecues cook tastier food than gas models. Our expert chef cooks sausages, chicken thighs and pork kebabs on each barbecue we test, then tastes...

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