Top Ten Tips for Eco-Friendly Gardening

Use these quick gardening tips to green your outdoor area, making it a more eco-friendly, natural space.

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Stop the Slugs and Snails

Slugs and snails can be formidable pests. Around containers, a band of copper, water-displacement spray or petroleum jelly can deter them. Barriers such as grit and crushed eggshells scattered around plants can also be tried. Slug pellets that are not harmful to wildlife or children are the most reliable controls.

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