27. March 2016

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Climate Change gardening in Australia

This guest post from Mackenzie Fox who lives in Brisbane, Queensland explains the range of challenges facing Australian gardeners as the climate changes: Gardening and Climate Change in Australia The Australian continent seems to have been hit harder by emerging climate change than the rest of the world. As the planet gets warmer, there are […]

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24. March 2016

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Why on earth is anyone still using peat?

Gardeners need to think seriously about the implications of using peat for their plants. Please read this informative blog and consider buying peat free soil or Enriched Biochar. http://www.carbongold.com/why-one-earth-is-anyone-still-using-peat/  

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23. March 2016

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Biochar soil enhancer for carbon storage

Would you be interested in using a soil enhancer that produces bigger and better plants whilst also helping to reduce your carbon foot-print? Enriched Biochar can deliver both these results. What is Biochar? Biochar is a carbon rich form of charcoal, specifically designed as an application to soil offering long-term benefits, whilst improving plant health. […]

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Plant trees to tackle climate change

16. March 2016

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Plant trees to tackle climate change

Trees are vital to the future of our planet as they soak up carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/26/trees-to-combat-climate-change Wherever you live in the world please think about where you can plant more trees – they are beautiful and easy to look after as long as you choose the right tree for the right soil […]

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24. March 2016

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Near Future Garden highlights climate positivity

Climate Gardens is delighted to announce that they have been accepted by the RHS to create an environmental Conceptual Garden at the Hampton Court Flower Show this year. Near Future Garden encourages visitors to observe climate change in their back gardens whilst thinking positively about how to improve their carbon foot-print. See the Near Future […]

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3. January 2016

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Climate Change Gardening 2016 and beyond?

Climate Gardens is creating interest in adapting to climate change through gardeners experiencing the effects of increasingly weird weather in their gardens, right outside their back door. Using the natural elements of sun, wind and water is crucial to gardeners and using these to power our energy for a low carbon future will be a […]

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2. January 2016

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Climate change gardening

Richard Bisgrove is Senior Lecturer in Landscape Management at the University of Reading . He has written an excellent article about climate change gardening which offers an overview of the science behind climate change in relation to gardening. Here he summarises the long term effects of a rising temperature for the UK and its gardens: […]

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2. January 2016

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A room with a blog view

A room with a blog view

Here are some of the garden views that greet me every morning and provide the inspiration to write this blog  – depending on the seasons and the weather of course.         My garden is just one of the places I observe our increasingly unpredictable weather and find inspiration to write about climate […]

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